|ACS Registration Number||367|
This C. japonica seedling first flowered 1951. It was originated by E. H. Carter, of Monterey Park, California and propagated by Nuccio's Nurseries in Altadena, California, and Fred Wittsche in Sacramento, California.
Bloom: The large to very large blooms vary in form from semi-double to peony form to formal double on the same plant. It is pale pink with deeper pink stripes.
Plant: Average spreading growth.
Leaf: The leaves are large and medium green.
Bloom season: mid-season to late.