Camellia japonica 'Spring's Promise'
The rose-red, single flowers are produced in late fall, during warm periods in the middle of winter, and into the early spring; thus the name. 'Spring's Promise' was selected for use in the garden landscape because of its excellent upright and compact plant form, tendency to flower freely and tolerance of sites with slightly poor drainage. A Camellia Forest Introduction, 1990.
Hardy to USDA Zone: 6b
Growth: Average, compact/upright
Bloom size: Small, 2.5 to 3 inches