|ACS Registration Number||1358|
This 12-year-old chance japonica seedlingt first bloomed in 1968 and was originated by Spencer C. Walden, Jr. of Albany, Georgia and propagated by Beard Nursery and Wilkes Nursery of Moultrie, Georgia. It was registered with the American Camellia Society in 1975.
Bloom: The formal doublebloom is dark red with 60 petals. The average size is 3" in diameter and 3.5" inches in depth. Resembles a rose bud, long lasting.
Plant: Growth is upright, open, medium in rate
Leaves: Dark green leaves measure 3" in length and 1.5" in width.