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Glenwood

(C. japonica)

Non-extinct

Glenwood Camellia Gardens, 1965, ACS., The Camellia Journal, vol.20, No.3. No description. American Camellia Yearbook, 1966, p.90, Reg. No.848: An 11 years old seedling of Pearl Harbor x Debutante that first bloomed 1959. Originated by J.V. Smith, Columbia, South Carolina, USA. Plant growth is upright and average with dark green leaves, 11 cm x 7 cm. The peony to rose form double flower is 12 cm to 13 cm across x 6 cm deep with 12 guard petals and 236-280 petaloids. The colour is turkey red, variegated with white with no stamens showing. The original seedling was solid red and it was variegated by grafting onto virus infected stock. Flowers early to late. Synonym: 'Glenwood Variegated'. See colour photo facing p.146, American Camellia Yearbook, 1966.

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