Australian Supplement to Camellia Nomenclature

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Species Japonica

ANNEMARIE WALTON – Medium, informal double. (Aus. 1969 – C. F. Walton, St Ives, NSW).

HAZEL’S GIFT – Pale Pink, flecked and striped with Rose Pink, and fading to paler with age. Large; the flower is first a formal double, then opens through rose form to informal double. E-L. (Japonica ‘Aspasia Macarthur‘ seedling). (Aus. 2009 – Ann & William Mitchell, Wagga Wagga, NSW).

JAZZ – Rich Red. Medium to large, anemone. E-L. (Japonica ‘Pink Gold’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Pam O’Malley, Marion Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

MARY TUDOR – Scarlet blood Red. Medium, semidouble. Bushy upright growth with dense foliage, flowers well displayed on outside of bush. M-L. (Japonica ‘Lady Vansittart’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

MICHELLE FORD – Shell Pink with distinct “Higo” centre of 180 stamens and occasional petaloids with large, flat petals in a single to double row. Large, single to semidouble. Vigorous, upright, tall growth. M-L. (Japonica ‘Betty Cuthbert’ seedling). (Aus. 1987 – James K. Powell, Helensburg, NSW).

QUEEN MAEVE – Light Pink. Medium to large, anemone to informal double. Narrow, upright, open growth. E–L. (Japonica ‘Pukekura’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

THE McCULLOCH- White. Medium, formal double, flat and fully imbricated. Narrow, open, upright growth. E-M. (Japonica ‘Pukekura’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

WILLIAM HONEY ROSEA – Rose pink sport of Japonica ‘William Honey’. (Aus. 1972).

Species Reticulata and With Reticulata Parentage

BLIZZARD – Pure White. Medium, formal double early, semidouble later. Bushy, very dense, globular growth. E-L. (Reticulata Hybrid ‘Brian Variegated’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

ELLIE’S GIRL – Deep Pink. Large, formal double. Strong, upright growth. M-L. (Reticulata ‘Ellie Rubensohn’ seedling). (Aus. 1995 – Mrs. Bess Chambers, Pymble, NSW).

ESTELLE – China Pink. Very large with central stamens and rabbit ears. Upright, bushy growth. E-M. (Wild form Reticulata x Reticulata Hybrid ‘Samantha’ seedling). (Aus. 1975 – Ian R. Crerar, Pascoe Vale, Vic.).

FLAMENCO – Cerise Pink in centre, fading to pale Pink at petal edge. Large, semidouble to incomplete double with ruffled, high centred flower. E-L (Reticulata ‘Buddha’ seedling). (Aus. 1980 – E. R. Sebire, Wandin North, Vic.).

NEW DAY RISE – Pale Pink. Very large, semidouble. Average, bushy, upright growth. (Reticulata Hybrid ‘LASCA Beauty’ x Reticulata Hybrid ‘Hody Wilson’) (Aus. 2010 – Craig Carroll, Carroll’s Country Gardens & Nursery, Mt Tomah, NSW).

RAJAH’S RUBY – Deep Crimson. Very large, semidouble with some rabbit ears. Slow, open growth. M-L. (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

SPANISH DANCER – Lavender Pink. Large, informal double. Vigorous, upright growth. E– L (Reticulata hybrid ‘Flower Girl’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Bob Cherry, Kulnura, NSW).

STIRLING MACOBOY – Mid-Pink (RHSCC 63C) with Gold anthers and Creamy-White filaments. Very large, semidouble to loose informal double. Strong growth. (Reticulata Hybrid LASCA Beauty’) x (Reticulata Hybrid ‘Dream Girl’). (Aus. 2011 – R. Cherry, Paradise Plants, Kulnura, NSW).

TANGERINE QUEEN – Orange Red (RHSCC 50B). Very large, semidouble with 10-12 petals and with occasional petaloids and rabbit ears. Average, open, spreading growth. M-L. (Reticulata Hybrid ‘Terrell Weaver’ seedling). (Aus. 2009 – Andrew Gilliam, Falls Creek, NSW).

TYRRHENIAN GOWN – Tyrian Rose colour. Very large, semidouble to informal double with good rabbit ears. Vigorous, strong, open growth. M-L. (Reticulata Hybrid ‘Balderdash’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

Hybrids With Other Than Reticulata Parentage

CARDINAL STUART – Bright Scarlet. Semidouble Slow, bushy growth. M-L. (Hybrid Williamsii ‘Jamie’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

DARCY – Light Pink edged White. Medium, anemone form. (Aus. 2010).

FAERIE CUPS – Light Pink with a paler centre. Miniature, anemone form to informal double, cluster flowering at axils and tips. Slow growth until 2nd or 3rd year. Narrow, upright growth. E-VL. (Hybrid ‘Paradise Little Jen’ seedling’). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

MANDY – Pale Pink. Miniature, semidouble. Open, weeping growth. Perfumed flowers. M-L. (Rosaflora seedling). (Aus. 1984 – Edgar R. Sebire, Wandin North, Vic.).

PARADISE ILLUMINATION – Reddish – Purple, glows in deeply shaded situations. Semidouble with thick petalled flowers. Compact growth. L. (Aus. 2010 – Paradise Plants Nursery, Kulnura, NSW).

PARADISE PASTEL – Pastel Pink. Small, semidouble; cupped flowers, borne in clusters along arching branches. Strong, upright growth. M-L. (Aus. 2010 – Paradise Plants Nursery, Kulnura, NSW).

PARADISE SNOWFLAKE – White. Small with flowers borne in clusters along arching stems. Vigorous growth. (Aus. 2010 – Paradise Plants Nursery, Kulnura, NSW).

PARADISE SWEETHEART – Pink outer petals, and a tight central cluster of Pink and White petaloids. Dense. spreading, compact growth. VE-L. (Sasanqua x a small flowered species). (Aus. 2009 – Paradise Plants Nursery, Kulnura, NSW).

REFLECTING WAVE – Light pale Pink, outer petals edged with slightly deeper Pink columnar stamens. Medium, single, shallowly cup-shaped flower with fluted petals. Average, upright growth. E. [(Pitardii x Pitardii) x Japonica ‘Alta Gavin’]. (Aus. 2010 – Bob Cherry, Paradise Plants, Kulnura, NSW).

SARAH – Plum Red. Miniature, single to semidouble. Slightly open, bushy, upright growth. M-L. (Hybrid ‘Paradise Little Jen’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Terence E. Pierson, Jaspers Brush, NSW).

SEDUCTION – Pink-Lavender to Violet. Medium to large, semidouble with upright central boss of stamens. M-L. (Hybrid ‘Nicky Crisp’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – John Emery, Raraflora Nurseries, Forth, Tasmania, while at Jaspers Brush).

WIRLINGA STAR – Soft Pink. Miniature informal double with clustered flowers. (Aus. 2010 – Thomas J. Savige, Wirlinga, NSW).

Species Hiemalis

BRIGHT EYES (MARIAN GROVE) – Vivid dark Pink to bright Red. Small, informal double. (Hiemalis ‘Showa-no-sakae’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

Species Sasanqua

DAN’S AMANDA – White with Pink edge with Yellow anthers and Cream filaments. Medium, single to semidouble with irregular, fluted and wavy petals that are also ruffled, crinkled and notched. Fast, dense, upright growth. E–VL sasanqua season. (Aus. 2010 – Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW).

DAN’S AUDREY – Pink petals are twisted and notched, and RHSCC 65A at the centre, shading to 65D at the edges. Spreading ring of Yellow filaments and stamens may have occasional petaloids. Medium, semidouble. Average, spreading growth. Fragrant. E-L sasanqua season. (Sasanqua ‘Dan’s Sally’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW).

DAN’S SALLY – Pastel Pink (RHSCC 62B) with Gold stamens and Creamy Yellow filaments. Medium, single with slightly cupped flowers. Petals are broad, rounded, crinkled and also incurved and notched. Average, spreading, dense growth. Fragrant. E-L sasanqua season. (Aus. 2010 – Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW).

DAN’S SUSANNE – Very dark Silvery Pink (RHSCC 66B) with Golden anthers and White filaments. Medium, single with broad, creped, reflexed and notched petals. Fast, upright, bushy growth. Fragrant. E-L. sasanqua season. (Sasanqua ‘Dan’s Joan’ seedling). (Aus. 2010 – Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW).

DAN’S TOMMELISE – Very dark Pink to Red, sometimes with a splash of White. Miniature, anemone form with very few stamens. Very slow, spreading, weeping growth. Fragrant. E-L sasanqua season. (Aus. 2010 – Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW).

FAIRY FLOSS (MARIAN GROVE) – Pale Pink with Golden anthers and Cream filaments. Small, semidouble to informal double. Compact, dwarf growth. (Sasanqua ‘Rowena Gordon’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

MOTHERS DAY (MARIAN GROVE) – White to Blush Pink with a few Cream filaments. Large, semidouble to informal double. Strong, upright growth. In flower for May Mothers Day. (Sasanqua ‘Jennifer Susan’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

PERFECTION (MARIAN GROVE) – Pink buds open into White formal double with a touch of Pink on the edge of some petals. Medium to large, formal double maturing to a rose form double. Strong, upright, growth. (Sasanqua ‘Jennifer Susan’ seedling). (Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

PINK SHADOW (MARIAN GROVE) – Very pale Pink with slightly darker Pink shadow around the petal edges, with a flared column of Golden anthers and Yellow filaments. Large, semidouble. Strong, upright growth. (Sasanqua ‘Rowena Gordon’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

PURE INNOCENCE – Pure White with some Golden anthers and Cream filaments. Small, informal double. M-L sasanqua season. (Sasanqua ‘Cherilyn’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

TOFFEE APPLE – White petals with a broad edge of bright dark Pink. Medium to large, semidouble to informal double. Strong, upright growth. (Sasanqua ‘Fukuzutsumi,’ seedling). (Aus. 2011 – Justin Jones, Marian Grove Nursery, Mangrove Mountain, NSW).

 

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