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Camellia japonica

Camellia japonica cv. Hatsuse-yama

Camellia japonica cv. Oozeki

Camellia japonica cv. Setchu-ka

Camellia japonica cv. Setchu-ka

Camellia japonica cv. Momoiro Setchu-ka

Camellia japonica cv. Akebono

Camellia japonica cv. Shirayuki

Camellia japonica cv. Ko-momiji

Camellia japonica cv. Shiratama

Camellia japonica cv. Shiratama

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv. Kyoto-sano

Camellia japonica cv. Renjo-no-takara

Camellia japonica cv. Yatsu-hashi

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv. Salut

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv.

Camellia japonica cv. Benikarako

Camellia japonica cv. Benikarako

Camellia japonica cv. Mihono-seki

Camellia japonica cv. Mihono-seki

Camellia japonica cv. Yamato-nishiki

Camellia japonica cv. Yamato-nishiki

Camellia japonica cv. Kogane-yuri

Camellia japonica cv. Kogane-yuri

Camellia japonica cv. Princess Masako

Camellia japonica cv. Princess Masako

Camellia japonica cv. Shonan-bokuhan

Camellia japonica cv. Ahonan-bokuhan

Camellia japonica cv. Beni-arajishi

Camellia japonica cv. Beni-arajishi

Camellia japonica cv. Izu-higurashi

Camellia japonica cv. Izu-higurashi

Camellia japonica cv. Touhou-saku

Camellia japonica cv. Touhou-saku

Camellia japonica cv. Kujaku-tsubaki

Camellia japonica cv. Kujaku-tsubaki

Camellia japonica cv. Soushun

Camellia japonica cv. Shiro-hagoromo

Camellia japonica cv. Shiro-hagoromo

Camellia japonica cv. Minatono-haru

Camellia japonica cv. Minatono-haru

Camellia japonica cv. Sado-benifukurin

Camellia japonica cv. Sado-benifukurin

Camellia japonica cv. Mizuyoshi

Camellia japonica cv. Mizuyoshi

Camellia japonica cv. Sweet Jane

Camellia japonica cv. Sweet Jane

Camellia japonica cv. Pink Gold

Camellia japonica cv. Pink Gold

Camellia japonica cv. Black Magic

Camellia japonica cv. Black Magic

Camellia japonica cv. Easter Morn

Camellia japonica cv. Easter Morn

Camellia japonica cv. Marie Bracey

Camellia japonica cv. Marie Bracey

Camellia japonica cv. Brush Field Yellow

Camellia japonica cv. Brush Field Yellow

Camellia japonica cv. Pulchra

Camellia japonica cv. Pulchra

Camellia japonica cv. Grand Slam

Camellia japonica cv. Grand Slam

Camellia japonica cv. Grand Slam

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’†‚RE’†‚S‚ªuá’†‰Ôicv. Setchu-kajv
’†‚T‚ªu“Fá’†‰Ôicv. Momoiro Setchu-kajv
’†‚U‚ªuŒicv. Akebonojv
’†‚V‚ªu”’áicv. Shirayukijv
’†‚W‚ªu¬g—ticv. Ko-momijijv
’†‚XE’†‚P‚O‚ªu”’‹Êicv. Shiratamajv
’†‚P‚T‚ªu‹ž“s²–ìicv. Kyoto-sanojv
’†‚P‚U‚ªu˜@ã‚Ì•óicv. Renjo-no-takarajv
’†‚P‚V‚ªu”ª‹´icv. Yatsu-hashijvB
’†‚Q‚P‚ªuƒTƒ‹ƒgicv. SalutjvB
’†‚Q‚SE’†‚Q‚T‚ªug“‚Žqicv. BenikarakojvB
’†‚Q‚UE’†‚Q‚V‚ªu”ü•ÛŠÖicv. Miyoga-sekijvB
’†‚Q‚WE’†‚Q‚X‚ªu‘å˜a‹Ñicv. Yamato-nishikijvB
’†‚R‚OE’†‚R‚P‚ªu‚±‚ª‚Ë‚ä‚èicv. Kogane-yurijvB
’†‚R‚QE’†‚R‚R‚ªuƒvƒŠƒ“ƒZƒX‰ëŽqicv. Princess MasakojvB
’†‚R‚SE’†‚R‚T‚ªuÃ“ì–m”ºicv. Shonan-bokuhanjvB
’†‚R‚UE’†‚R‚V‚ªugrŽ‚Žqicv. Beni-arajishijvB
’†‚R‚WE’†‚R‚X‚ªuˆÉ“¤“ú•éicv. Izu-higurashijvB
’†‚S‚OE’†‚S‚P‚ªu“Œ•ûñiTouhou-sakujvB
’†‚S‚QE’†‚S‚R‚ªuE’ցicv. Kujaku-tsubakijvB
’†‚S‚S‚ªu‘ticv. SoushunjvB
’†‚S‚TE’†‚S‚U‚ªu”’‰Hˆßicv. Shiro-hagoromojvB
’†‚S‚VE’†‚S‚W‚ªu`‚̏ticv. Minatono-harujvB
’†‚S‚XE’†‚T‚O‚ªu²“ng•¢—ցicv. Sado-benifukurinjvB
’†‚T‚PE’†‚T‚Q‚ªu…‹gicv. MizuyoshijvB
’†‚T‚RE’†‚T‚S‚ªuƒXƒC[ƒgƒWƒF[ƒ“icv. Sweet JanejvB
’†‚T‚TE’†‚T‚U‚ªuƒsƒ“ƒNƒS[ƒ‹ƒhicv. Pink Goldj£B
’†‚T‚VE’†‚T‚W‚ªuƒuƒ‰ƒbƒNƒ}ƒWƒbƒNicv. Black MagicjvB
’†‚T‚XE’†‚U‚O‚ªuƒC[ƒXƒ^[ƒ‚[ƒ“icv. Easter MornjvB
’†‚U‚PE’†‚U‚Q‚ªuƒ}ƒŠ[ƒuƒŒ[ƒV[icv. Marie BraceyjvB
’†‚U‚RE’†‚U‚S‚ªuƒuƒ‰ƒbƒVƒ…ƒtƒB[ƒ‹ƒhƒCƒGƒ[icv. Brush Field YellowjvB
’†‚U‚TE’†‚U‚U‚ªuƒvƒ‹ƒNƒ‰icv. PulchrajvB
‚»‚µ‚Ä’†‚U‚V`‚U‚WE‰º‚ªuƒOƒ‰ƒ“ƒhƒXƒ‰ƒ€icv. Grand SlamjvB
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The Camellia (Camellia japonica) belongs to the Theaceae (the Tea family). It is a semi-tall evergreen tree that is an endemic species of Japan. There are many cultivars, and their original species are Camellia japonica, Camellia japonica var. decumbens and Camellia sasanqua. Camellia sasanqua blooms from late fall to winter, meanwhile Camellia japonica comes in the early spring. What is more Camellia sasanqua's petals resolve one by one, Camellia japonica's petals plop.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp