Pink-a-Boo

Pink-a-Boo

Pink-a-Boo

Species japonica
Variety Pink-a-boo
Bloom Color white, then a blush of pink and finally ablush of yellow
Bloom Size medium to large
Bloom Season early to midseason
Growth Habit spreading growth
Growth Rate average
Hardiness Zone
Originator/Registered By/Propagator Dr. John L. Spencer
Year Originated first bloomed 2004; registered 2008; Registration No. 2758
Place of Origination Lakeland, Florida
Pollen Parent
Seed Parent chance seedling
Link http://camellia.unipv.it/camelliadb2/dbwin.php?pippo=16109
ACS Registration Number 2758
Age/First Bloom/Introduced This 16 year old C. japonica seedling first bloomed in 2004.
General Bloom The 3.75" wide by 2.25" anemone flowers start out white, and then develop a blush of pink and finally a blush of yellow with filaments and stamens also yellow. They are consistent in form.
Plant & Leaves Plant has spreading habit with average growth rate, and is suitable for the landscape.