Tama Loch Laurel

Tama Loch Laurel

Tama Loch Laurel

ACS Registration Number 2962
Year Registered 2016

This 9-year-old C. japonica chance seedling of ‘Tama Electra’ first bloomed in 2010. It was originated, registered and propagated by Mark Crawford of Valdosta, Georgia.

Bloom: The medium sized 3.5” - 4” x 2” (treated 4.5” x 2”) loose peony to semi-double form flower is red with a white border around the petals. It has yellow anthers and white filaments. This long lasting profuse bloomer has heavy petal texture with consistent form and falls in one piece. The petals in the center of the bloom are narrow and similar to petaloids.

Plant: The plant habit is upright. The growth rate is average. The plant is suitable for landscaping and exhibition uses.

Leaf: The medium green leaves have medium serration and average 4.25” x 2.25”.

Bloom Season: Midseason.