Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Betty Goodwin'
» English Description
ACS, 1951, Quarterly, 6(2):7:- A seedling of unknown parentage, first flowered 1947 on a 10 year old plant. Originated by Mrs C.I. Goodwin Sr., South Carolina, USA. Plant growth is rapid and compact. One side of the plant has flowers of white streaked with blush pink, while other parts have solid, blush pink flowers. Buds, oval and blush pink. Blooms, semi-double, 7.5-8.5 cm across, mid-season flowering. Leaves, ovate, medium serrate, thin, mid-green, slightly revolute. ACS, Registration No.107, 1954, American Camellia Yearbook.