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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