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Miss Ethel

(C. japonica)

Non-extinct

ACS, The Camellia Journal, June 2004, p.28, colour photo p.29, Reg. No.2616. A 23 year old seedling which first flowered in 1986. Discovered by Sen. George Hooks, Americus, Ga., USA. The 10 cm across, rose form double flower is soft pink/white flush with a special fluorescence, yellow anthers and white filaments. Flowers profusely. American Camellia Yearbook, 2004, p.94, colour photo p.c3. Flowers early to mid-season. Plant is upright, spreading and vigorous. Dark green leaves are 10.8 cm long x 5 cm wide.

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