- Flower nameCamellia 'minato-no-akebono'
- Scientific nameCamellia japonica 'akadera'
- Alias椿, 赤寺
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Camellia 'minato-no-akebono'
Camellia minato-no-akebono' (scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Minatonoakebono') is a horticultural variety produced by grading the Okinawa Prefecture's Himesazanka and Kanto Tsukimiguruma. It is a strong and easy to grow, with small dark green leaves and light-colored, sweetly fragrant flowers. From late autumn to early spring, many pink flowers with white haloes at the bottom, single-petaled, small flowers with a small ring, bloom. Similar to wabisuke.
Common name: Camellia Minatonoakebono', Scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Minatonoakebono', Place of origin: Japan, Type of life: Evergreen small tree, Tree height: 2 to 4 m, Flower color: Pink with a single layer of white on the bottom, Flower shape: Boar's mouth bloom, Flower size: Very small circle, Leaf color: Dark green, Leaf shape: Small, Flowering season: November to March, Flower diameter: 6 to 7 cm, Use: Memorial tree, Garden planting, Potted planting, Tea flower.