Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Clare Tomlinson'
» English Description
Clare Tomlinson. (C.japonica) ACS, The Camellia Journal, Sept. 2013, p.26 with colour photo; Regn No.2864; ACS, Yearbook, 2013, p.109 with colour photo; Originated by Richard Dodd, Marshallville, Ga., USA, Registered by Claire Dodd, Macon, Ga., propagated by County Line Nursery, Byron, Ga. Flower is large to very large, 12-13.3cm diameter x 6.5cm deep, semidouble to loose peony, pink with a strong lavender cast. Yellow anthers and white filaments. Heavy petal texture and flowers fall whole. (photo shows many petals to be distinctively rabbit-eared, and the spray of stamens to be unusually wide). Plant is upright and open, with average growth rate. Mid-green leaves average 9.5cm x 6.5cm with medium serration. Flowers mid-seaon to late.