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(C. japonica)


Cannon, 1963, ACS., The Camellia Journal, vol.18, No.5, p.28. No description. American Camellia Yearbook, 1967, p.227, Reg. No.910: A 14 year old chance seedling that first bloomed 1958. Originated by W.F. Wilson Jr., Hammond, Louisiana, USA. Plant growth is spreading and pendulous and rapid in rate with light green, glabrous leaves, 11 cm x 5 cm, elliptic and serrate. The semi-double flower has 15-17 petals and 12-18 petaloids and is 13 cm across x 5 cm deep, slight pink with silvery edges. Stamens about 50, 3.8 cm long, petaloids twisted together, standing very upright in the centre, Blooms early. Orthographic error: 'Janeli'.

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