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Lola de Kergonan

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Year Published/Registered2019

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Lola de Kergonan'

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Lola de Kergonan (C.japonica) European Reg. No. 143.  Chance seedling first established in 2005, which first bloomed in 2015.  Grown and named by Jean Noël Hélias, of Pouldergat, Brittany, France; named for his granddaughter.  The plant has a dense, upright growth habit, with a medium growth rate.  It blooms late in the season.  Buds are oval, and red.  The medium-sized formal double takes different forms – imbricated, spiral, and tiered – in seven tiers.  Blooms have an average of 40 petals, which are heart-shaped, pointed at the outer edge and shaped like a triangular lozenge in the center, without stamens.  The color is intense pink, with light venation.  The spent flower shatters.  Medium-sized leaves are dark green, and twisted.  Fruit development is sparse. Award-winner at the Briez Camellia Exhibition in Mahaloon, Brittany, 2016.


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Blooming Season France