|ACS Registration Number||1218|
This 8-year-old C. japonica chance seedling that first bloomed in 1969. It was originated by Mrs. Ferol Zerkowsky of Slidell, LA and propagated by Tammia Nursery of Slidell, LA. It was commercially introduced in 1972.
Bloom: The miniature to small 1.75"-2.5" in diameter and 1"-1.5" deep formal double to peony form bloom is blush pink with red stripes and 65 petals. It has good texture, is long lasting and is an abundant bloomer. It won three best seedling awards in ACS shows.
Plant: Plant growth is upright, average and medium in rate.
Leaf: Dark green leaves measure 3.35" by 1.875"
Bloom Season: Midseason