- Flower nameCamellia granthamiana
- Scientific nameCamellia granthamiana
- AliasCamellia granthamiana
- Place of origin Hong Kong
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, November, December
What is Camellia granthamiana
Camellia granthamiana (scientific name: Camellia granthamiana) is a small evergreen evergreen tree native to Hong Kong and belongs to the family Theaceae. It bears large white flowers, one at a time, on the tips of its branches. It was found in Datang Mountain in Hong Kong. The flower was named after the then Governor of Hong Kong, Ge Liang Hong. It is listed on the Hong Kong Historical Hazards Plant List.
Common name: Camellia granthamiana, scientific name: Camellia granthamiana, also known as Dabeshan tea, height: 8 m, leaf material: cortex, leaflets, Leaf shape: elliptical, leaf margin: serrated, Petiole length: 0.8-1.2 cm; petiole number: 8; flower diameter: 10-14 cm; flowering time: December-April; flower color: white; flower column length: 2 cm; fruit type: fruit shape: spherical; note: Hong Kong Harmless Plant.