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Amabel Lansdell

(C. japonica)


Pyron, Jan.1962, ACS, The Camellia Journal, vol.17, No.1. American Camellia Yearbook, 1966, p.69, Reg. No.826: A 10 year old chance seedling, first bloomed, 1960, originated by Marion Lansdell Meiere, Augusta, Georgia, USA. Large, serrated, dark green leaves, 10.5 x 5.5 cm. Medium growth, upright and open. The flower is variable from semi-double to peony with creamy centre shading to exquisite tones of pink on outer petals. Cold hardy. Blooms measure 12.5 cm across by 6 cm deep and have from 12-15 petals and varying petaloids. Mid-season blooming. Orthographic errors: 'Amabel Lansdel', 'Annabel Langsdale', Annabel Lansden', 'Amabel Landsell', 'Anabel Lansdell'. Synonym: 'Amabel K. Lansdell. Chinese synonym: 'Lansideer'.

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