Nina Annulette

Nina Annulette

Nina Annulette

Species japonica
Variety Nina Annulette
Bloom Color deep rose red w/slight purple hue & white splotches
Bloom Size large
Bloom Season midseason to late
Growth Habit upright growth
Growth Rate average
Hardiness Zone
Originator/Registered By/Propagator John D. Gentry; propagated by Dr. John D. Gentry of Richmond Hill, Georgia
Year Originated first bloomed 2000
Place of Origination North Augusta, South Carolina
Pollen Parent
Seed Parent chance seedling
Link http://camellia.unipv.it/camelliadb2/dbwin.php?pippo=14850
ACS Registration Number 2683
General Bloom 4.5" bloom has 5 distinct individual clusters of stamens and yellow anthers and white filaments. The bloom has heavy petal texture with unique color and consistent form
Plant & Leaves Plant is suitable for landscape. Dark green leaves are 3.5 x 2 inches
Age/First Bloom/Introduced 2000