|ACS Registration Number||2822|
This 18-year-old C. japonica [C. japonica ‘Edna Campbell Variegated’ x unknown pollen parent] first bloomed in 1999. It was originated and registered by C.M. and Lillian Gordy of Ocala, Florida, and propagated by Erinon Nursery of Plymouth, Florida.
Bloom: The small to medium sized - 3” x 1.25” (3 1/4” x 1.5” treated) semi-double to formal double form flower is bluish rose fading to magenta. The bloom consists of 40+ petals. The plant is a profuse bloomer. The flower is long-lasting, falls in one piece and has consistent form. The flower will often have incurved petals and often presents a tiered form.
Plant: The plant habit is upright. The growth rate is slow. The plant is suitable for landscaping and exhibition uses.
Leaf: The medium green leaves average 3.5” x 2”.
Bloom Season: Midseason to Late