Camellia japonica ‘Flowerwood’ (1M-018)

Camellia japonica 'Flowerwood'

Camellia japonica ‘Flowerwood’ (1M-018) (see note above)

Flowerwood’ is a fimbriated form of ‘Julia Drayton’. There have been suggestions of a serrate edge to the petals on some blooms in some years, so the plant may be correctly named but not very different from its parent. It is supposed to be the same colour as Julia Drayton but is quite different from the plant of that name at 1M-032. The picture on the ACS website lacks any fimbriation and the one in Macoboy is rose form, not formal double, and lacks fimbriation.

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