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Hit Parade

(C. japonica)

Non-extinct

Nuccio's Nurseries catalogue, 1961: Deep red semi-double. American Camellia Yearbook, 1965, p.236, Reg. No.699: 3SCCS. No.62-344. This 12 year old chance seedling first bloomed 1955. Originated at Nuccio's Nurseries, Altadena, California, USA. It is a deep red semi-double with blooms up to 15 cm across, blooming in mid-season on an open, upright, vigorous plant. Hitachi-otome ('Otome from Hitachi) (C.reticulata hybrid) from Ibaragi Pref, Japan Camellia No.81, August 2006: Cattleya pink, formal double, diameter around 10 cm, blooming February to April, profuse, hates strong sunlight, good in half shade. Tree upright. Leaves flat and thick. A natural seedling of Barbara Clark. First flower seen in 1995. Originated and named by Kumimitsu Suzuki.

 

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