Supplement to the 2014 Camellia Nomenclature

Camellias registered by SCCS since the publication of “Camellia Nomenclature 2014″ – Compiled by Richard Buggeln and Bradford King
Additions/Corrections in Blue
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Species Japonica

BRIAN’S DAWN – Light Red with darker Red stripes with Yellow anthers and White filaments. Medium, semidouble to anemone form. Average, upright growth. E. (U.S. 2012 — Brian S. Dick, Lakeland, FL). Mistakenly entered as BRIAN’S DREAM.

C. M. GORDY – Bright Pink with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Large, semidouble with creped and ruffled petals. Vigorous, dense growth. E-M. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

DARLEEN GRACE – Cream White with a touch of Pink on the outer petals with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Medium, semidouble to loose peony. Average, upright growth. M-L. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

DESERT SUNSET – Bright Coral Pink with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Large, semidouble. Vigorous, upright, dense growth. M. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

EGAO – Light Pink. Large, single with circular White stamens. See Higo. Not to be confused with C. vernalis ‘Egao’ – a separate variety

ENCHANTED EVENING – Deep Lavender with Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Medium, anemone. Average, open growth. M. (Japonica ‘Edna Campbell’ seedling). (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

EVENSONG – Medium Pink. Medium, formal double. Average, upright growth. M (U.S. 2013 – Gordy)

GORDY’S PRETTY LADY – Clear Pink. Large to very large, semidouble to loose peony form with soft Yellow stamens. Average, open and upright growth. E-L. (Previously invalidly named Japonica ‘Pretty Lady’). (U.S. 2005 – Gordy).

HAPPY TALK – Soft Coral Red with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Medium, loose peony to rose form double. Average, upright growth. (Japonica ‘Happy Times’ seedling). (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

HENRY PARRISH – Dark Red. Medium, loose peony to semidouble and rarely formal double. Vigorous, upright, dense growth. M. (U.S. 2007 – Hulyn Smith).

JIM FINLAY’S FRAGRANT – Light Red. Medium, peony form. Average growth. E-L. Fragrant. (N.Z. 1994 — J. Finlay, Whangarei).

JOHNNY LAMEY, III – Medium Red with Yellow anthers and White filaments. Large to Very large, semidouble. Average, upright, dense growth. M. (U.S. 2013 – Howell)

KOREAN SNOW – White with Yellow anthers and Yellowish filaments.  Medium, single. Upright, open growth. M. (U.S. 2014 – Camellia Forest, Chapel Hill, NC – from seeds collected in Korea).

LADY IDA PEARL – White. Large, formal double. Vigorous, spreading dense growth. M-L. (U.S. 2013 – Tom Sellers, Bolivia, NC).

LAURA GORDY – Soft Pink with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Medium, semidouble to rose form double. Average, spreading growth. M. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

LILIANE WELLS — White, sometimes with Blush throat and Pink stripes. Very large, anemone form. Average, spreading, upright growth. E-M. (U.S. 1963 — H. Wilson, Fresno, CA).

MAGIC TOUCH – Soft Pink with light Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Average, upright growth. M. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

MONDAY’S CHILD – Deep Pink. Large, anemone form. Average, upright growth. M-L. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

NIGHTFALL – Dark Red with very dark veins with bright Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Medium, single. Vigorous, upright growth. E. (Japonica ‘Royal Velvet’ seedling). E. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

NUCCIO’S CAMEO VARIEGATED – Light Pink to Coral Pink blotched White variation of Nuccio’s Cameo. (U.S. 2014 ).

RICHARD GORDY – Deep Red with bright Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Medium, semidouble. Average, upright, dense growth. M-L. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

ROSEMARIE OSTBERG – Very dark Pink with Gold anthers. Medium, semidouble to anemone. Average, upright growth. M. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

SAN DIMAS – Dark Red. Medium to large, semidouble with irregular petals. Average, compact growth. E-M. (U.S. 1971 – Nuccio’s).

SAN DIMAS VARIEGATED — Dark Red blotched White variation of ‘San Dimas’. (U.S. 1971 – Nuccio’s).

SCARLET RIBBONS – Vibrant Red with Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Medium, loose peony to rose form double. Average, spreading, open growth. E-L. (Japonica ‘Jean Clere’ seedling). (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

STEPHEN GORDY – Deep Pink with bright Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Medium, semidouble. Vigorous, upright growth. M. 2013).

SUE KENDALL – Medium Pink. Miniature, formal double. Vigorous, open, upright growth. E-L. (U.S. 1998 — D. Kendall, Modesto, CA).

TAMA CAROUSEL – Pink with a White border. Medium, semidouble with center petals that standup and occasional petaloids. Medium, upright, bushy growth. E-M. (Japonica ‘Tama-no-ura’ X Japonica ‘Nuccio’s Carousel’).  (U.S. 2014 – Bradford King, Arcadia, CA).

WISHING STAR – Light Pink. Medium to large, semidouble to anemone form with star-shaped outer petals. Vigorous, compact, upright growth. M. (U.S. 1958 – McCaskill).

WITCH DOCTOR – Rose Red. Large, semidouble to rose form double. Average, compact growth. E-M. (U.S. 1960 — G. Demetropolis, Mobile, AL).

WITMAN YELLOW – White tinged Yellow. Medium, semidouble. Average, upright growth. M. (U.S. 1963 — Witman).

WOBBY BOY – White, flecked and blotched light Pink, shading to darker Pink. Medium, semidouble. Average, compact, upright growth. M-L. (U.S. 1983 — W Herbert, Ruston, LA).

WONDER CHILD – See ‘Betty Sheffield Blush’.

WONDERLAND – Brilliant, deep Rose. Large, semidouble to peony form. Vigorous, open growth. M-L. (U.S. 1960 — Short).

WONDER OF WHITE – White. Mediun, formal double. Vigorous, upright growth. E-M. (U.S. 2002 — Gordon E. Eade, Pensacola, FL).

WOOD SPRITE – Blush Pink. Small, semidouble. Vigorous, bushy, upright growth. M. (U.S 1959 – McCaskill)

Species Reticulata and Hybrids With Reticulata Parentage

BLUE TWILIGHT – Bluish Pink with Yellow anthers and Pinkish filaments. Large, semidouble with ruffled petals. Vigorous, open growth. L. (U.S. 2014 – Camellia Forest, Chapel Hill, NC).

KAI MEI’S CHOICE – Clear Rose Red. Large, semidouble. Upright, narrow growth. VE-E. (U.S. 1995 – Clifford Parks, Chapel Hill, NC).

NEDRA ANN MATHIS – Light Pink with Golden anthers and White filaments. Very large, semidouble to peony form. Vigorous, upright, spreading growth. M-L. (Reticulata Hybrid ‘Suzanne Withers’ x Reticulata Hybrid ‘Jean Pursel’). (U.S. 1996 — Hulyn Smith).

RANDOLPH MAPHIS – Incorrectly classified as a Reticulata and Non-retic Hybrid in the 2009 and 2014 Camellia Nomenclatures.  It is a Reticulata only.

TITLETOWN USA – Light Pink with Golden Yellow anthers and Yellow filaments. Medium to large, semidouble. Average, upright growth. M-L. (Reticulata hybrid ‘Suzanne Withers’ x Reticulata hybrid ‘Hulyn Smith). (U.S. 2009 — Hulyn Smith).

WALTER HOMEYER – Red with heavy frosting with Gold anthers and Gold filaments. Very large, semidouble to peony form. Average, upright, open growth. M-L. (U.S. 2004 — Hulyn Smith).

Hybrids With Other Than Reticulata Parentage

BLUSHING FOUNTAINS – Light Pink. Small, single. Moderate, upright growth with arching branches. L. (C. japonica x C. tsaii). (U.S. 2014 – Camellia Forest, Chapel Hill, NC).

MIEKO TANAKA – True Red. Small, single. Average, well branched growth. VE-L. (C. x vernalis Gaisen x C. japonica). (Japan – Dr. Tanaka).

PINK SERENADE – Incorrectly classified as a Sasanqua and Hybrid in the 2009 and 2014 Camellia Nomenclatures.  It is a Sasanqua only.

VERNAL BREEZE – White. Small, single. Vigorous, upright growth. Very fragrant. L. (C. japonica X C. lutchuensis). (U.S. 2014 – Camellia Forest, Chapel Hill, NC).

Species Sasanqua

AGLAIAPink shading to a darker almost Wine-colored center. Medium to large, peony. Vigorous spreading growth. (U.S. 1995 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

DAYDREAM BELIEVER – Pure White. Medium, single. Fast, upright growth. Fragrant. E. (U.S. 2000 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

FEATHERED EDGE – White to Blush gradually darkening toward the edge and having feathered streaks radiating toward the center. Medium, semidouble to loose peony. Compact, rounded growth. (U.S. 2005 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

HANA-NANA – White bordered with intense deep Pink. Single. Compact growth. (C. sasanqua ‘Hana-Jiman’ x unknown pollen parent). (U.S. 1996 – Robert Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

LAURA CLAIRE – Incorrectly classified as a Sasanqua and Japonica in the 2006. 2009 and 2014 Camellia Nomenclatures.  It is a Japonica only.

OCTOBER MAGIC BRIDE – (‘Green 99-096’) White. Small to medium, loose peony. Dense, semi-dwarf conical growth. (U.S. 1999 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC DAWN – (‘Green 99-012’) Soft Peach Pink. Medium to large, rose form double to peony form.  Dense, conical to pyramidal growth. L. (U.S. 1999 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC INSPIRATION – (‘Green 97-039’) White with Pinkish-Violet edges. Medium, peony form. (C. sasanqua ‘Mine-no-yuki’ x unknown pollen parent). (U.S. 1997– Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC ORCHID – (Green 94-035’) Varying tones of White and orchid Pink. Small to medium, semidouble. Dense, semi-dwarf growth. E-L. (U.S. 2000 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC ROSE – (‘Green 98-009’) Coral Red. Small, peony form. Columnar growth. (U.S. 1999 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC RUBY – (‘Green 02-003’) Red. Small to medium, peony form. Dense, semi-dwarf growth. E-L. (U.S. 2002 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

OCTOBER MAGIC SNOW – (‘Green 94-010’) White, often edged in Pink and a Pink cast appearing in the center. Medium, peony form . Medium rounded form. (C. sasanqua ‘Mine-no-yuki’ x unknown pollen parent). (U.S. 1994 – Bobby Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

ORCHID MIST – Soft Orchid with soft Gold anthers and Cream filaments. Small to medium, single. Vigorous, upright growth. E. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

PINK PARASOL – Soft Pink with Gold anthers and Pink filaments. Medium, single. Vigorous, upright growth. E. (U.S. 2013 – Gordy).

REV. JIM JEFFREY – Deep Purple with Yellow anthers and Yellow filaments. Miniature, semidouble to loose peony form. Semi-dwarf, upright, dense growth. E-M. (U.S. 2013 – Howell).

SUSY DIRR – (‘Green 99-031’) Bright Pink. Large, formal double. Rapid, bushy growth. (U.S. 1999– Robert Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

THALIA – White flower with outer half suffused with Pink. Miniature, loose peony to rose form double. Dense, semi-dwarf growth. E-M. (U.S. 1996 Robert Green, Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

YULETIDE SPIRIT – Deep Coral Red. Large, single. Dense, upright, spreading growth. U.S. 2000 – Robert Green, Jr., Green Nurseries, Fairhope, AL).

Species Edithae

DALU JIUQU (NINE BENDS IN MAINLAND) – Deep Pink. Small to medium formal double. Vigorous spreading growth. Brown calyx. L. (China 2007 – Gao, Jiyin, Fujian Province).

HEIMUDAN (DARK PEONY) – Crimson to Purplish crimson. Medium, peony form with 4 to 5 outer rows, irregularly imbricated. Brown calyx. M. (China 1989 – Gao & Zhuang, Fujian Province).

Species Vernalis

EGAO – Deep Pink, deeper Pink in the lower half of the petals with Yellow Stamens and pale Yellow filaments. Medium to large, semidouble. Vigorous upright, somewhat spreading growth. M. (Japan to U.S. 1977 – Nuccio’s). (Not to be confused with Japonica ‘Egao’ – a separate variety.)

EGAO CORKSCREW – Pink. Small to Medium, semidouble to loose peony form with ruffled petals. Distinctive zig-zag growth habit. Average, spreading growth. M. (Sport of Vernails ‘Egao’). (U.S. 2000 – Nuccio’s). (Previously considered to be a non-retic hybrid).

SHIBORI EGAO CORKSCREW – Pink mottled White variation of Vernalis ‘Egao Corkscrew’. (U.S. 2006 – Nuccio’s). (Previously considered to be a non-retic hybrid).

Camellia Species

AMPLEXICAULIS – Purplish Red. Small, single. Leaves oblong-elliptical and very large. Blooms summer and autumn and can flower all year under controlled conditions.

TUNGHINENSIS – Pale Yellow. Small, single. Glossy, medium-size foliage. Average, upright, fairly shrubby growth. M-L. Guangxi Province, China.

Supplement for 1996 & Subsequent Editions

CAPTAIN MARTIN’S FAVORITE — Deep Pink splotched White. Medium, formal double to rose form double. Slow, compact, upright growth. M. (Europe to U.S. 1860’s — Magnolia).

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