This 10-year-old C. japonica chance seedling first bloomed in 1975 and was originated by Dr. M. B. Wine of Thomasville, Georgia, and propagated by R. B. Gramling of Tallahassee, Florida.
Bloom: The medium 3.5"-4" wide and 2" anemone form bloom is deep blood red with red anthers and white filaments, 15 petals, numerous petaloids. The heavy bloomer gibs well and is cold hardy.
Plant: Plant growth is upright, average and medium in rate.
Leaf: Dark green leaves measuring 4.5" long and 1.75".
Bloom Season: Midseason