|ACS Registration Number|
|Bloom Color||Crimson with white edges|
|Bloom Size||Medium small|
|Bloom Season||Early to late|
|Plant & Leaves||Pale green elliptic, apex acuminate, margins shallowly serrulate|
|Place of Origination|
This C. japonica chance seedling of 'Bokuhan' was originated, named and released by Eimei Nagata in 1957 in Nagoya City, Japan.
Bloom: The miniature anemone form bloom is crimson and has a row of 7-9 rounded to obovate and slightly emarginated crimson outer petals that surround a compact, central cushion of small, erect, folded crimson petals with white edges. Very similar to 'Bokuhan' but it is largern and has more petals. The name means "Master of Ceremonies".Plant: The leaves are pale green, elliptic, apex acuminate, and the margins are shallowly serrulated.
Bloom season: early to late.