|ACS Registration Number||1970|
This 10-year-old chance japonica seedling first bloomed in 1967. It was originated, propagated and registered by J.M. Haynie of Theodore, Alabama. The 4.72" x 2.4" loose, semi-double flower is dark red with 34 petals and 34 petaloids. Some petals are 2.4" wide. It has a solid cluster of gold tipped stamens.
Plant: Plant growth is upright, spreading, open and average. Sport: 'Pirate's Gold Variegated'.
Leaf: The dark green leaves average 3.15" x 1.77".
Bloom season: Midseason to late.