|ACS Registration Number||2020|
This 40-year-old C. japonica chance seedling first bloomed in the 1980s. It was originated by an unknown person in Tift County, Georgia and registered and propagated by Mark Crawford, owner of Loch Laurel Nursery, of Valdosta, Georgia.
Bloom: The very large sized 5.5" x 1.5" (6" x 2" treated) semi-double to rose form double form flower is pale pink. It has white anthers and yellow filaments. The bloom consists of heavily textured petals that are wavy when fully open. This profuse bloomer is long lasting with a consistent form and falls in one piece.
Plant: The plant habit is upright and dense. The growth rate is vigorous. The plant is suitable for landscaping and exhibition uses.
Leaf: The dark green leaves have medium serration and average 4.25" x 2.5".
Bloom season: Midseason.