Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Glen Blackwell Johnson'
» English Description
American Camellia Yearbook, 1979, p.106, Reg. No.1557: A large pink (white with red stripes giving the appearance of pink) semi-double, C.japonica chance seedling; early to mid-season blooming. Originated by Mrs Herman Johnson, Madison, Florida, USA. The 6 years old seedling first bloomed 1976. Its flower has 26 petals, 8 petaloids and yellow anthers. Average size, 12 cm wide x 5 cm deep. Flower is ruffled with rabbit ears, variegated pink white and red stripes. Plant growth is upright, average in density and open with dark green leaves, 6cm x 3 cm.