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Lady Mackinnon

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CountryUnited States

Year Published/Registered1891

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Lady Mackinnon'

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Bolen's Number 101  Vanderbilt, 1941, Camellia Research, as ‘Bolen’s No.101’. Synonym for ‘Num­ber 101’, synonym for Lady MacKinnon.

Etienne de Bore  McIlhenny Catalogue, 1945-1946. Synonym ‘Quartet Mottled’, itself a synonym for Lady Mackinnon. Although McIlhenny claims to have originated this cultivar at Jungle Gardens, it appears to be the same as the virus variegated form of Lady de Saumarez which had originally been introduced by Gerald Walter from Japan about 1890 and named Lady Mackinnon at the Caledonia Nursery, Guernsey, Channel Isles.

Eulalia Sally  SCCS., 1946, Camellias, p.19. Orthographic variant for ‘Eulalie Sally’, synonym for Lady Mackinnon erroreously as ‘Lady de Saumarez’.

Eulalie Sally  Greenbrier Farms Catalogue, ca.1945. Synonym for Lady Mackinnon erroneously as ‘Lady de Saumarez’.

Hopkin's Variegated  Lindo Nurseries Price Lists, 1941-1942. Synonym for Lady MacKinnon.

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» English Description

Williams, B.S., Own New Plants for 1891. Introduced by Mr Gerald Waller. Crimson curiously mottled with white. The blooms are about 6.5 cm in diameter, quite single with golden anthers. This is the white variegated form of Lady de Saumarez. Synonyms: ‘Tricolor Folki’, ‘Pride of Portland’, ‘Pride of Rosebud Farm’, ‘Eulalia Sally’, ‘India Kruger’, ‘Quartet Mottled’, ‘Etienne de Bore’, ‘Hopkins Variegated’. Pseudonyms in USA: ‘Lady de Saumarez’, ‘Melody’. Orthographic error: ‘Lady McKennan’. For colour photo see p.99. Macoboy, 1981, The Colour Dictionary of Camellias.


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Blooming Season United States