Spencer's Pink

Camellia 'Spencer's Pink'
Unknown origin
Growth habit is vigorous, forming a big, rounded bush.
Flowers: Single, 80-100 mm across, soft flesh-pink, with a centre of stamens with yellow anthers and white filaments.
Early to mid-season.
Foliage: Average size, dark green, serrate with tapering tips.
Named after Sir Baldwin Spencer, owner of the property near Melbourne where the original plant was growing in the 1920's.

Photo: Glynne Jones