Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Webb Stanley'
» English Description
SCCS., 1981, Camellia Nomenclature, p.163: Dark red. Medium size, semidouble. Medium, upright growth. Blooms mid-season. Originated by H.E. Jernigan, Greenville, Alabama, USA.
Webb Stanley (C. japonica) ACS Rig. 1556. American Camellia Yearbook 1979, p.113. A medium, dark red, semidouble, C. japonica chance seedling, mid-season, originated by H. E. Jernigan, Jr., Greenville, AL. The 9–11-year-old seedling first bloomed in 1972. Flower has 20 petals, 5 petaloid, yellow anthers and white filaments. A very outstanding shade of red and a very crisp form. Plant growth is upright and medium in rate with dark green leaves measuring 3½" long and 1 5/8" wide.
Flower Size： 8-10 cm
Blooming Season： 1-3 Month United States