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Miss Western Hills

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Id:ICR-12767

CountryNew Zealand

Year Published/Registered2002

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia 'Miss Western Hills'

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New Zealand Camellia Bulletin, March 2002, Issue No.141, vol.XXII, No.5, p.13, Reg. No.441. Registered by J.R. Finlay, Whangarei, New Zealand. A cross between C.hybrid Fragrant One x C.japonica Tama-no-ura, which first flowered in 1998. The flower is of peony to anemone form, 11 cm diameter x 5.5 cm deep, with 35 petals, and 35 petaloids which hide the stamens. The colour shades attractively from a medium pink (RHS.CC.55C) in the outer part of the flower to a light creamy pink (RHS.CC.27C) at the centre. The plant is floriferous, and the flowers are lightly scented. The rapid-growing bush is upright, of medium density, with dark green leaves 9 cm long x 5 cm wide. Flowers mid-season to late.

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