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Shutendōji (1700a) Believed Extinct

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Id:ICR-18029

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1699

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Shutendōji (1700a)'

Chinese Name

Japanese Name:酒天童子 (1700a) しゅてんどうじ (1700a)

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Chinka Zufu, (before 1700), Watanabe, 1969, pl.521: Open, medium to large size, peony form, double red; petals with irregular margins, bordered pink and blotched white, in 4-5 rows, small central stamen cluster. Originated in Japan. Note: There are 4 cultivars whose name characters transliterate as ‘Shutendōji’ and although some of the characters are different they all refer to the same old Japanese fable of the ogre ‘Shutendōji’. See: Kyōto Engei Kurabu, 1962, Tsubaki Tokushū, No.3, p.139.(Believed extinct)

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