Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia 'Dorothy Johnson'
» English Description
New Zealand Camellia Bulletin, 1970, vol.VI, No.5, P.32, Reg. No.44: A seedling of Donation originated by Mrs A.B. Durrant, Rotorua, New Zealand that first flowered 1966. The flower is a soft pink with a silvery cast and silver edges to the petals. There are 50-60 narrow, pointed petals in 6-7 rows, opening to show white stamens in the centre. The plant habit is erect, open and vigorous. Flowers mid-season to late. See colour illustration, front cover, New Zealand Camellia Bulletin, 1971, vol.VII, No.1.