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# Camelot<\/h1>

[if 63 not_equal=\”\”]*Species – Plumeria rubra<\/em><\/strong>[\/if 63]<\/a><\/p>*

[if 267 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>[\/if 267]<\/a><\/p>

This information for Camelot was s<\/a>ubmitted by Tex Norwood, located in <\/a>[if 142 not_equal=\”\”]Homestead, Florida, USA.[\/if 142]

<\/a>[if 143 not_equal=\”\”]Homestead, Florida, USA is in USDA Zone 10B.[\/if 143]

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[if 47 not_equal=\”\”]Camelot may also be know by (AKA Names)\u00a0[\/if 47]

[if 252 equals=\”Yes\”]Camelot was grown from seed by Tex Norwood[\/if 252][if 261 not_equal=\”\”], it’s pod parent is Penang Peach.[\/if 261] [if 482 not_equal=”\”]Camelot, was planted in July[\/if 482][if 483 equals=”\”] of 2006.[\/if 483] [if 484 equals=”\”]Camelot bloomed for the first time in August[\/if 484][if 485 equals=”\”] of 2009[\/if 485]<\/p>

[if 262 not_equal=\”\”]The seed came from Houston, Texas – Eulas Stafford’s Penang Peach tree (the pod parent) in Houston, Texas – Eulas Stafford.[\/if 262]<\/a>[if 260 not_equal=\”\”] and is believed the pollen parent.[\/if 260]<\/a>[if 482 equals=\”Yes\”] Camelot was planted in July[\/if 482][if 483 equals=”\”] of 2006.[\/if 483]<\/a>[if 484 equals=\”Yes\”] Camelot bloomed for the first time in August[\/if 484][if 485 equals=”\”]of 2009.[\/if 485]<\/a>[if 263 not_equal=\”\”]Known Pod Mate(s) of Camelot: Cadbury[\/if 263]<\/a><\/p>

The flower is From 2 1/2″ to 3″ inches in diameter and the color is Rainbow as it appears from about 3 meters away. [if 275 not_equal=\”\”]Camelot has a Mild[\/if 275]<\/a>[if 274 not_equal=\”\”] Spicy fragrance,[\/if 274]<\/a>[if 320 not_equal=\”\”] is a Compact grower[\/if 320]<\/a>[if 321 not_equal=\”\”] with a Medium rate of growth.[\/if 321]<\/a><\/p>

[if 65 equals=\”Yes\”]Camelot is a plumeria discovered by Tex Norwood.<\/a>[\/if 65]<\/a>

<\/a>[if 488 not_equal=\”\”]Camelot was found in [\/if 488]<\/a>[if 486 not_equal=\”\”] of [\/if 486]<\/a>[if 255 not_equal=\”\”] Camelot was found in [\/if 255]

<\/a>[if 256 not_equal=\”\”]It is believed Camelot originated in Florida USA[\/if 256]<\/a>

<\/a>[if 258 equals=\”Yes\”]Camelot is Registered by The Plumeria Society of America<\/a>[\/if 258]<\/a>[if 259 not_equal=\”\”], the registration number is [\/if 259]<\/a><\/p>

## The Flower<\/h2>

- [if 264 not_equal=\”\”]The typical flower size is From 2 1/2″ to 3″[\/if 264]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 265 not_equal=\”\”]Flower Color as appears 3 meters away is Rainbow<\/a>[\/if 265]<\/li>

- [if 269 not_equal=\”\”]The center of the flower is considered <\/a>Orange<\/a>[\/if 269]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 469 not_equal=”\”]<\/a>The size of the flower throat is considered Medium<\/a>[\/if 469]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 470 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>The color of the throat of the flower is considered <\/a>Red<\/a>[\/if 470]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 69 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>Additional details: <\/a>[69]<\/a>[\/if 69]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 70 not_equal=\”\”]Camelot’s flower Keeping Quality is considered to be <\/a>Good[\/if 70]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 71 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>Petal Thickness is considered to be <\/a>Average<\/a>[\/if 71]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 73 not_equal=\”\”]T<\/a>he Type of Flower is Obovate: type 5 – rounded tip moderately overlapped<\/a>[\/if 73]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 75 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>The flower’s Tendency To Fade with sunlight is Little change<\/a>[\/if 75]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 274 not_equal=\”\”]<\/a>The Flower Fragrance is considered to be Spicy<\/a>[\/if 274]<\/a><\/li>

- [if 275 not_equal=\”\”]Flower Fragrance Intensity is considered to be Mild[\/if 275]<\/a><\/li><\/ul>