Victoria Martin

Victoria Martin

Victoria Martin

Species japonica
Variety Victoria Martin
Bloom Color pink rose form flower is cone shaped, having 64 petals showing flecks of red, yellow anthers and flesh colored filaments
Bloom Size medium to large
Bloom Season mid-season to late
Growth Habit spreading growth
Growth Rate average
Originator/Registered By/Propagator T. E. Lindy
Year Originated first bloomed 1980
Place of Origination Milton, Florida, USA
Pollen Parent C. japonica 'Lady Laura
Seed Parent C. japonica 'Lady Laura
Link http://camellia.unipv.it/camelliadb2/dbwin.php?pippo=21222
ACS Registration Number 2523
Age/First Bloom/Introduced This 26-year old C. japonica from 'Lady Laura' x 'Lady Laura' first bloomed in 1980.
General Bloom The pink rose form double flower is cone shaped, having 64 petals showing flecks of red and yellow anthers with flesh colored filaments. Flowers show unique color, consistent form, are long lasting and suitable for exhibition.
Plant & Leaves Spreading with average growth rate. Flowers fall in one piece. Dark green leaves are 3.5 inches x 3 inches.