Pop's Perfection

Pop's Perfection

Pop's Perfection

Species japonica
Variety Pop's Perfection
Bloom Color medium pink with flecks and streaks of darker burgundy to deep coral pink at the center of petals - the petals are tipped with white or blush
Bloom Size small
Bloom Season midseason to late
Growth Habit spreading and open growth
Growth Rate slow
Originator/Registered By/Propagator John M. Davy; propagated by Panhandle Select, LLC of Milton, FL
Year Originated first bloomed 1977; registered 2008
Place of Origination Pace, Florida
Pollen Parent
Seed Parent chance seedling
Link http://camellia.unipv.it/camelliadb2/dbwin.php?pippo=16247
ACS Registration Number 2755
Age/First Bloom/Introduced This 30 year old or older chance seedling C. japonica first bloomed in 1977.
General Bloom The 2.75" formal double blooms are medium pink with flecks and streaks of darker burgundy, to deep coral pink at center of petals. Petals are sometimes stacked in 12 rows. Blooms are suitable for exhibition.
Plant & Leaves Plant is spreading and open in habit and growth rate is slow. It is suitable for landscape use. Leaves are medium to dark green.