Camellia japonica ‘Henri Favre’

A cultivar of Camellia japonica L. The flowers of ‘Henri Favre’ are a full anemone form, to 10cm across, salmon rose tinged bright pink, with long, numerous, lightly veined petals, regularly imbricated.  [ICR].

Horticultural & Botanical History

It was bred by M. Favre of Nantes, blooming for the first time in 1839.  [ICR].  ‘A small but finely shaped red kind’.  [GC 1853 and 1855].  Berlèse Iconographie vol.I pl.99/1841.

History at Camden Park

Listed only in the 1857 catalogue [T.229/1857].


Published Jun 23, 2009 - 08:50 AM | Last updated Aug 11, 2011 - 03:40 PM

Figured is a deep pink, double flower with imbricated petals.  Berlèse v.1 pl.99, 1841.

Camellia japonica 'Henri Favre' | Berlèse v.1 pl.99/1841 | BHL


More details about Camellia japonica ‘Henri Favre’
Family Theaceae
Region of origin

Garden origin, France

Common Name
Name in the Camden Park Record

Camellia japonica ‘Henri Favre’


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