Camellia japonica 'Ashton's Candy Cup'

  • $20.00


New! (Fall 2019)  One of Dr. Ackerman's cold-hardy introductions, 'Ashton's Candy Cup' has a relatively unstable jumping gene; while most flowers open with red stripes and speckles on a white petals, solid pink flowers sometimes occur.  This plant is still quite new to us, but so far has grown moderately in an open, spreading fashion.

 » Bloom color: White to pale pink with lighter margins, with rose-red speckles and stripes
 » Bloom form: Single
 » Bloom size: Small, 2.5 to 3 inches
 » Bloom period (NC): Spring/TBD
 » Growth rate, habit: TBD/Moderate, upright
 » Zones: 6b-9
 » Features: Cold-hardy, candy-striped blooms 



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