Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Crackerjack'
» English Description
Crackerjack. (C. japonica), C.Aust., Camellia News, No.192, Winter 2013, p.29 with colour photo; Regn No.682; A chance seedling of Tama-no-ura, first flowered 2008. Originators Sandra and Kevin Reiman, Albion Park Rail, NSW. Medium size, 10-11 cm diameter x 5-6 cm deep, open informal double. Pink (RHSCC 53D) with a white edge. 20-25 petals are notched and folded. Dispersed and visible stamens have pink filaments and golden anthers. Flowers very early. Upright, weeping growth. Leaves are glossy, olive green, curled, elliptic, acuminate, very finely serrate, about 10cm x 4.5cm with a 20mm petiole.