Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Amy Connor'
» English Description
Amy Connor. (C. japonica), ACS, The Camellia Journal, Dec. 2013, p.29 with colour photo; Regn No. 2903; Originated and registered by Parker Connor, Edisto Island, S.C, USA. ACS, Yearbook 2013, p.103 with colour photo; Propagated by Mark Crawford, Loch Laurel Nursery, Valdosta, Georgia; The 15 year old seedling, parentage unknown, first flowered 2004. The medium to large size flower is 10cm diameter x 5cm deep, loose peony to rose form double, red variegated white. Yellow anthers and white filaments. Heavy petal texture, and flowers fall in one piece. Flowers mid-season to late. Plant growth is spreading, at average growth rate. Dark green leaves average 10cm x 5 cm, with medium serration. Flowers early to mid-season.