Plant Guardians

Camellia japonica ‘Henry Price’

Camellia register records that this plant was 'originated by E.G. Waterhouse. Gordon, NSW, Aus 1944 , and subsequently named for Sir Henry Price when he secured a plant for Wakehurst Place, Sussex. where it flowered for the first time in 1964. Large formal double, deep crimson in colour.

Threat Status: Threatened In Cultivation As assessed by the Plant Heritage Threatened Plants Programme. For more details see

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