Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Victoria Martin'
» English Description
ACS, The Camellia Journal, Aug, 2000, p.6, colour photo p.5, Reg. No.2523. A sport derived from a selfed seedling, Lady Laura x Lady Laura. The original 26 year old plant first bloomed in 1980. The sport has flowered true for 4 years. Originated by T.E. Lundy, Milton, Fla., USA. American Camellia Yearbook, 2000, p.7, colour photo p.c15. The pink rose form flower is cone shaped, having 64 petals showing flecks of red, yewllow anthers and flesh coloured filaments. Average flower size is 10 cm across x 8.2 cm deep. Flowers mid-season to late. Plant is spreading with average growth. Dark green leaves are 9 cm long x 7.5 cm wide.