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Camellia Rusticana Botanyuki

Posted by Winter_Rose NE Victoria (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 3, 04 at 23:31

I bought this camellia in Australia because it is Japanese and in a yellow shade. I like the yellow camellias. I have two camellias, mostly because it is hot and the room needed for them. I ran a search on it but didn't find anything under Botanyuki on the website. It is different to the Japonica and sasanqua, that is what I am assuming. Does anyone know anything about them?


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RE: Camellia Rusticana Botanyuki

  • Posted by Ron_B USDA 8 WA (My Page) on
    Sat, Nov 6, 04 at 22:48

Camellia rusticana (C. japonica subsp. rusticana). Snow Camellia, from Hondo. Flowers said to open flat, have shorter stamens than C. japonica. FLORA, THE GARDENER'S BIBLE (Global Book Publishing, 2003) has a large photo of 'Botanyuki' on page 309.


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RE: Camellia Rusticana Botanyuki

Thank you for your reply. I have attempted to borrow the book twice, but must have had a slow connection. Thanks again.


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RE: Camellia Rusticana Botanyuki

My camellia is flowering again, the flowers are small but it had a hard life last year. We have moved it into lovely soil with shade from a buddliea that has grown up during the year. It is unusual that is for sure.


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