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Sukiya (1739) Believed Extinct

Last Updated:2021/2/19 21:42:42 By:wangzhonglang
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Id:ICR-18669

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1739

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

AGM Type

Scientific Name:Camellia 'Sukiya (1739)'

Chinese Name

Japanese Name:数寄屋(1739) すきゃ(1739)

Meaning:Tea House

Description

» English Description

Itō, Jukyū, 1739, Honzō Hanamaki’e, vol.15: Small, pink single. A few red spots, jar-shaped. Early flowering. Also listed in: Itō, Ihei, (before 1801), Hyakka Tsubaki Nayose Irotsuki as large flower. Itō, Toku’emon, 1788, Tsubaki Hanagata Tsuki Obo’echō; Shirai-­Bunko, 1812, Tsubaki Nayosechō A medium size, bamboo whisk like stamens. Yashiro, 1841, Kokon Yōrankō, vol.309; Kasuya, Kamegorō, 1859, Tsubaki Irohanayose Irotsuki: Bamboo whisk stamens, mid-season blooming. Originated in Japan. See: JCS., 1983, Tsubaki, No.22, p.133; ibid, 1969, No.7, p.33; ibid., 1982, No.21, p.110. Note: The early descriptions are slightly different and clear identification is not possible. It is possible that some are the same as the modem cultivar and the others are not.(Believed extinct.)

» Chinese Description


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