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£2.25
Delivery from August
Hybridiser: Hewitson, RW, (UK)
Year Introduced: 1997
Height 60cm
Spread 50cm

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Stiffly upright bush fuchsia with numerous semi-erect single white and coral pink flowers. Superb container, pot or summer bedding plant.

Tube: White 155C, short and plump.

Sepals: White with a hint of pink and tiny green tips, held horizontal to 1/2 up.

Corolla: Magenta pink 57C, darker picotee edge 57B, 1/4 flared

Foliage: Mid green

Parentage: Bon Accorde x Lye's Unique.

AFS 4037 NKvF 3689

CANNY BOB - No. 4037 (Hewitson, 1998)

Single. Upright

Quarter flared round 13mm (1/2") long x 15mm (5/8") wide COROLLA is magenta (57C) edged magenta (57B) with smooth petal edges

Half up 15mm long x 8mm (1/4") wide SEPALS are white touched pink on the upper surface, creped white touched pink on the lower surface with green recurved tips

Proportionately medium 13mm long x 7mm (1/4") wide TUBE is white (155C)

STAMENS extend 10mm (3/8") beyond corolla with magenta (57C) filaments and light pink (65B) anthers

PISTIL extends 22mm (7/8") beyond corolla with white/pink style and white (155A) stigma

Round BUD

FOLIAGE is dark green (137A) on the upper surface, medium green (138B) on the lower surface with 51mm (2") long x 32mm (1 1/4") wide ovate shaped leaves, serrate edges, acute tips and rounded bases

Veins are light green (138D) with apple green (144C) stems and light apple green (145C) branches

PARENTAGE: Bon Accorde x Lyes Unique

Self branching upright

Prefers filtered overhead light to full sun in a warm to cool climate with best bloom color in bright to filtered light

Tested 3 years in Strensall, York, England UK

Distinguished by: profuse erect blooms, bloom color.

Flower Size
Small (1.5 - 3cm) #
Flower Type
Single #
Habit
Upright Bush #
Hardiness
H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C) #