Camellia japonica 'Elizabeth Dowd'

  • $20.00


This incredible seedling first bloomed in 1959 and was introduced by H. E. Ashby of South Carolina.  'Elizabeth Dowd' sports easily, so it's best purchased when in bloom if a specific color pattern is desired.  Flowers can be solid pink, blush (light pink with white edges) or more heavily streaked with pink.

 » Bloom color, form, size: White with occasional pink streaks, rose-form double, large (4-5")
 » Bloom period (NC): Mid spring (March)
 » Growth rate, habit: Vigorous, upright/open
 » Zones: 7b-9
 » Features: Candy-striped blooms
 » Parentage: Chance



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