Camellia japonica 'Carter's Sunburst Blush'
This candy-striped, white margined sport of 'Carter's Sunburst Pink' was first observed by Hulyn Smith of Georgia in 1971 and officially introduced in 1977.
» Bloom color: Pale pink with medium pink stripes and white border
» Bloom form: Semi-double to peony
» Bloom size: Very large, 5+ inches
» Bloom period (NC): Early to late spring (Feb-Apr)
» Growth rate, habit: Moderate, upright
» Zones: 7b-9
» Features: Candy-striped/bicolor blooms