- Flower nameDallohnega
- Scientific nameCamellia japonica 'dallohnega'
- AliasDallohnega, ダロネーガ, 椿, つばき, ツバキ, tsubaki
- Place of originAmerica
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Dallohnega
Camellia dahlonega (Scientific name: Camellia Japonica 'Dallohnega') is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the Theaceae family. It is Japonica (Camellia Japonica) bred in America. Spring bloom varieties, the flowers make bloom pale yellow, Thousand double bloom, middle circle flowers. Flower name relates to rare yellow flower color as camellia, meaning "gold" in the native American word, was given the name of the state of Georgia where gold rush happened for the first time. The flower language of yellow camellia is "modesty".
Tree height: 2 to 3 m, tree width: 1.5 to 2 m, tree shape: standing, leaf shape: oblong ellipse, flower color: light yellow, flower shape: thousand bloom, flower diameter: middle flowering bloom (8 to 10 cm), Flowering period: February to April (Spring bloom), Origin: USA, Uses: garden plant, potted plant, cut flowers, single flower, flower, hedge.