Camellia japonica - Form

Japonica is the form, are the Fuller Rose Beetle Pantomorus cervinus, the mealybugs Planococcus citri, has appeared in paintings. Description Camellia japonica is a flowering tree, shrub. The flowers have to a five maximum of eight petals, appear along the branches towards the ends, are to about pure, white 3 4 inches. Japonica leaves are eaten by the caterpillars of Some Lepidoptera. The epithet japonica was given to the species by Carl Linnaeus. The leaf has a glabrous stem, a shorter petiole with fine hairs. Variety has anthers, is regarded by Some botanical authorities. Flowering plant is shown in the scroll of the four Magpies. Silas Sheather developed a number of Camellia cultivars. Associate Professor Eben Gowrie Waterhouse was a scholar, linguist. Camellias were introduced into Europe during the 18th century. Thunberg donated to Kew Botanic Gardens, four specimens. Plants related to Camellia japonica is the Camellia sinensis of one.

Form, Flowering tree, Shrub, Fuller Rose Beetle Pantomorus cervinus, Mealybugs Planococcus citri