Doris Stone

Doris Stone

Doris Stone

Species japonica
Variety Doris Stone
Bloom Color deep red with yellow anthers and yellow filaments
Bloom Size large to very large
Bloom Season early to mid-season
Growth Habit spreading growth; dark green foliage
Growth Rate vigorous
Originator/Registered By/Propagator Elizabeth R. Scott
Year Originated first bloomed in 1989
Place of Origination Aiken, South Carolina, USA
Seed Parent chance seedling
Link http://camellia.unipv.it/camelliadb2/dbwin.php?pippo=4956
ACS Registration Number 2543
Age/First Bloom/Introduced This 17-year old chance C. japonica seedling first bloomed in 1989.
General Bloom The deep red semidouble flowers have 22 petals, 5 petaloids, with yellow anthers and yellow filaments. Blooms measure 5 x 2.5 inches untreated. Blooms show heavy petal texture and unique form with each petal turning back toward the stem. Bloom is suitable for exhibition.
Plant & Leaves Spreading with vigorous growth and landscape possibilities. Long lasting flowers fall into one piece. Dark green leaves.