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Helen Beach Variegated

(C. japonica)

Non-extinct

ACS, The Camellia Journal, Sept. 2004, p.29 as 'Helen Beach Var'. and colour photo as 'Helen Beach'. Registration No. 2625. A sport of Mary Edna Curlee, first observed in 1998. Originated and propagated by Miles A. Beach, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., USA. The pink, loose peony to rose form double flower has rose-red splotches and white moiré, 36 petals, heavy texture, yellow anthers and white filaments. American Camellia Yearbook, 2004, p.92, colour photo p.c2. Flower size is 9 ­ 10 cm across. Flowers mid-season to late. Plant growth is open and of average rate. Dark green leaves are 12 cm long x 7.5 cm wide.

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