Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Kathnstu Clark'
» English Description
ACRS, Camellia News, Spring 2003, No.163, p.10, colour photo p.2, Reg. No.552. Originated by Alan Truran, Hornsby, NSW, Australia, registered by Patrick Clark, Pymble, NSW. A chance seedling from C.japonica Bokuhan that first flowered in 1995. A red (RHS.CC.51A) anemone form flower of 6-7 petals, plus 120 pink and cream (RHS.CC.56D/4D) petaloids in the centre, and 20 stamens. Diameter is 7.5 cm x 4.5 cm deep. Flowers freely, early and over a long season on an upright rapid growing plant. Leaves dark green, glossy, broadly elliptic, base broad cuneate, apex apiculate, 8 cm long x 4 cm wide. Stamens mixed with the petaloids.