|ACS Registration Number||1194|
A 10-year-old chance C. japonica seedling which first bloomed in 1966 was originated by Clark Thomas, San Dimas, Calif. It was commercially introduced in the Fall of 1971.
Bloom: The medium to large 4" x 1.5" semi-double bloom is rich dark red bloom. It has 17-19 petals and variable number of petaloids with yellow anthers and filaments. It has good texture, and long lasting. It has some high standing rabbit ears and red petaloids.
Plant: Plant growth is upright, dense and medium in rate.
Leaf: Very dark green leaves measuring 2.5"-3" in length and 1.5"-2" in width.
Bloom Season: Early to midseason