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Lady Laura

(C. japonica)


American Camellia Yearbook, 1974, vol.I, p.171, Reg. No.1269: A 7 year old chance japonica seedling, that first bloomed 1969, originated by T.E. Lundy, Pensacola, Florida, USA. Plant growth is upright, average and medium in rate with dark green leaves, 11 cm long x 5 cm wide. The peony form, Daikagura type, bloom is pink variegated with rose. It measures 10.5 cm across x 5 cm deep with 6 rows of petals with 12-15 per row and 3-7 petaloids, yellow anthers and cream filaments. Blooms mid-season. Sport: Lady Laura Red. Orthographic error: 'Lady Lura'. Chinese synonym: 'Laola Furen'.


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