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Susana Rodriguez

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Year Published/Registered2022

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

AGM Type

Scientific Name:Camellia reticulata ‘Susana Rodriguez’

Chinese Name:罗德里格斯

Japanese Name

Meaning:Personal name


» English Description

Susana Rodriguez (C. reticulata). International Camellia Journal. 2022. No.54. p.47. Shrub with a fast, very dense and semi-open growth habit. It has single to semi-double flowers, from 8.5 to 10.5 cm in diameter, very bright pink (57 C RHSCC), from 7 to 10 petals, generally rounded, sometimes with petaloids, and with more than 90 stamens with light yellow and attached pink filaments at mid-height. Medium to dark green leaves, dull, with a lanceolate and acuminated apex. It blooms from November to March, very floriferous. It was originated from C. reticulata seeds by Leonor Magariños (Cuntis, Pontevedra). It was named after the Galician paralympic triathlete Susana Rodríguez, who was born in Vigo with albinism and less than 5 % and 7 % of vision in each eye. She studied Medicine and became an incredible sportswoman and Paralympic athlete. She won the Triathlon World Championship five times and many national and international competitions in this discipline. She took part in the Olympic Games in Tokyo (her second Olympic Games), where she won a gold medal in triathlon and participated in the 1,500 m race. Susana combines sport with her job as a doctor at the Santiago de Compostela Hospital.

» Chinese Description

罗德里格斯Camellia reticulata ‘Susana Rodriguez’。发表于《国际山茶会志》2022年第54期第47页。植株:灌木,生长快,非常稠密,半开花:有单瓣型至半重瓣型,直径8.5-10.5厘米,亮粉色(57 C RHSCC;花瓣7-10,一般是圆形的,有时瓣,雄蕊90,浅黄色,花丝粉红色。叶等大,深绿色,暗淡,披针形,渐尖11月至3月开花,花量大。以加利西亚残奥会铁人三项运动员苏珊娜·罗德里格斯的名字命名,她出生在维哥,患有白化病,每只眼睛的视力分别不到5%7%。她学习医学,成为一名了不起的女运动员和残奥会运动员。她五次赢得铁人三项世界锦标赛以及该学科的许多国家和国际比赛。她参加了东京奥运会(她的第二届奥运会),在那里她获得了铁人三项金牌,并参加了1500米比赛。苏珊娜将运动与圣地亚哥德孔波斯特拉医院的医生工作完美结合。


Flower Size8.5-10.5 cm

Blooming Season11-4 Month Spain