- Flower nameCamellia 'Momo-chidori'
- Scientific nameCamellia japonica ''kyakusei'
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Camellia 'Momo-chidori'
Camellia 'Momo-chidori' (Scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Momo-chidori') has peach-colored, single, tubular stamens and middle flowers.
Common name: Camellia 'Momo-chidori', Scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Akadera'; Place of origin: Osaka (Japan); Type of life: small evergreen tree; Tree height: 2-4 m; Flower color: peach, single flower; Flower shape: tube flowering; Flower size: mid-ring; Leaf color: green; Leaf shape: elliptic; Flowering season: February - April; Flower diameter: 7-9 cm; Use: Garden planting, potted planting, tea flower.
Camellia ''Kyakusei'' ((Scientific name: Camellia japonica ''Kyakusei'') is a white, double-flowered, very small, multi-flowered plant.
Common name: Camellia 'Kyakusei' (Scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Kyakusei', Scientific name: Camellia japonica 'Kyakusei', Origin: Japan, Living type: small evergreen tree, Tree height: 2-4 m, Flower color: white, Flower shape: double flowering, Flower size: very small circle, Leaf color: green, Leaf shape: inverted egg, Flowering period: February to April, Flower diameter: ~4 cm, Use: Garden planting, potted planting, tea flower.