Camellia japonica 'Elizabeth Dowd'
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
Policy effective April 1, 2022: No refunds will be processed for variegated Camellias on account for solid blooms. We try our best to select plants that have visible variegated blooms, but due to the genetics of the plant, the variegated blooms cannot be guaranteed. By adding this plant to your cart, you accept the no refund policy.
Note: $15 handling fee applies to ship 3 gallon size.