|ACS Registration Number||1351|
This 10-year-old japonica ('Elizabeth Boardman’ x 'Clarise Carleton') first bloomed in 1967. It was originated by W. F. Homeyer of Macon, GA and propagated by Nuccio's Nursery of Altadena, CA.
Bloom: The large 4.5" x 1.25" formal double, is RHS-Fan 1-55A (Lwninescent Pink) with 138 petals. The bloom occasionally spirals. Good texture. Flowers last 2·3 weeks and falls intact (does not shatter). Buds well.
Plant: Plant growth is upright, open and medium in rate.
Leaf: Light green leaves are 3"-3.5" x 2"
Bloom Season: Early to midseason