Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'T. S. Clower Jr.'
» English Description
SCCS, 1950, The Camellia. Its Culture and Nomenclature, p.65: White and pink. Medium to large, formal double, slender, open growth. Fendig, 1951, American Camellia Catalogue: Medium to large, white with narrow, magenta streaks or stripes, completely double, imbricated formal, 9-11 cm across with approximately 86 petals, obovate and about 3.3 cm long. Some are notched and scalloped, some tend to curl and fold. When fully opened, stamens show. Buds are light grey and round. Leaves, medium dull green, narrow elliptic to lanceolate, 10.5 cm x 4 cm. Tip curls and is long and narrow, base tapers. Serrations medium fine averaging about 2.5mm pitch. Plant habit, open, slow growth. Originated in USA by T.S. Clower, Gulfport, Mississippi. First flowered 1944. Register No.51 with the ACS., See American Camellia Catalogue, 1954, p.334.