|ACS Registration Number||1995|
This 11-year-old C. japonica is a seedling of C. japonica ('Witman's Yellow' x [seedling x ('Elizabeth Boardman' x 'Colonial Dame')]), first bloomed in 1983. It was originated by W. F. Homeyer, Jr. of Macon, GA and propagated by Nuccio's Nurseries of Altadena, CA.
Bloom: The small to medium 2.75"-3.25" x .625 formal double flower is canary yellow with 85 ± petals and 21+ smaller central petals. This plant has bloomed canary yellow since it first bloomed in February 1983.
Plant: Sets flower buds well and holds well. Plant growth is upright, average, open and slow in rate
Leaf: Dark green leaves measuring 4.25" x 2"-2.25".
Bloom Season: Midseason