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This chance japonica seedling first flowered in 1947. It was originated, registered and propagated by Edward A. McIlhenny at Jungle Gardens, Avery Island, Louisiana.
Bloom: The medium sized 3.1 inches across x 1.77 inches semi-double is white, variegated with rose-pink. It is deep with crinkled, erect, center petals, white filaments and brown anthers.
Plant: The plant habit is tall, bushy and medium. The plant is suitable for landscaping and exhibition uses.
Leaves: The mid-green, stiff leaves are , 4.33 inches long x 1.96 inches wide and recurved with prominent venation and acuminate apices.