|ACS Registration Number||2903|
This 12-year-old C. japonica chance seedling first bloomed in 2003. It was originated by Parker Connor of Edisto Island, South Carolina and registered by Mark Crawford of Valdosta, Georgia and propagated by Loch Laurel Nursery of Valdosta, Georgia. It was commercially introduced in 2008 in Valdosta, Georgia.
Bloom: The medium to large sized 4” x 2” loose peony to rose form double flower is red variegated white. It has yellow anthers and pink filaments. It is a profuse bloomer with long lasting flowers that have consistent form with heavy petal texture and fall in one piece.
Plant: The plant habit is spreading. The growth rate is average. The plant is suitable for landscaping and exhibition uses.
Leaf: The medium green leaves average 4” x 2” with medium serration.
Bloom season: Midseason to late.