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koreana var carunculosa (previously chiisanensis)

Nodding, bell-shaped, often fragrant, pale yellow flowers often tinged or spotted red. Anthers pale yellow. Introduced from Korea in 1917, according to Robin Savill, or 1913 according to the Toomey and Leeds Encyclopedia.

Previously known, and widely described, as chiisanensis.

Fragrant: Yes
Approximate height: 2.0 - 3.0 metres
Flowering period(s): May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Aspect: Sun or semi-shade
USDA zones: 5 6 7 8 9
Pruning: No pruning (Group 1)
Country of origin: Korea
Parentage: Species
Other name(s): alpina var carunculosa; chiisanensis var carunculosa; chiisanensis

Further detail:

Flower diameter: 5-7cm
Tepals: 4; 3-6cm long, 1-2cm wide, lanceolate, heavily ribbed
Leaves: ternate

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