Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Fletcher Pearson Crown'
» English Description
Belle Fontaine Nursery Catalogue, 1961, p.5. No description. SCCS., 199O, Camellia Nomenclature, p.42: Rose pink, medium size, anemone form. Medium growth. Blooms early to mid-season. Originated by Mrs A.A. Geiger, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. ACS, Reg. No. 374. American Camellia Yearbook, 1959. p272: Date of application-January 21, 1959. An 8-year-old chance seedling originated and propagated by Mrs. A. A. Geiger, Atlanta, Georgia, which first flowered in 1955. Plant growth is average in habit and medium rapid. The leaves are 4 inches long and 2¼ inches wide. The pink to rose-colored, anemone-form flowers average 5 to 5½ inches in diameter and 2¼ inches in depth, and have 12 guard petals and 70-80 petaloids. The flowering season is midseason.
Flower Size： 12.7-14 cm
Blooming Season： 1-3 Month United States