Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Elizabeth Ann'
» English Description
Elizabeth Ann (C. japonica) ACS, Reg. No.2513.American Camellia Yearbook, 1999, p6, with color photo p.c.5. Awhite, peony to formal double, C. japonica chance seedling, blooming mid-seasonto late. Originated by Dr. Tom Dodd of Semmes, AL and propagated by BondNursery Corporation of Henderson, TX. The 16-year-old seedling first bloomed in1987. Flower is 5" wide and deep with 60 pink edged petals, yellow anthers,and filaments. Petals are heavy textured with sheen and flowers fall in onepiece. Plant growth is upright, spreading, dense (bushy), and vigorous withlight green leaves measuring 3.75" long and 2.25" wide.
Flower Size： 12.7-13 cm
Blooming Season： 1-5 Month United States