Year Introduced: 1992
A self branching, short jointed and very pretty fuchsia which produces abundant unusually shaped flowers.
Tube: Rose 63C, magenta 63B stripe, long and thin.
Sepals: Rose above, magenta below, yellow green recurved tip, horizontal.
Corolla: Magenta, paler blush, short spoon shaped, pleated petals, 1/4 to 1/2 flared.
Foliage: Dark green 137A.
Parentage: Gartenmeister Bonstedt x unknown.
AFS 2946, NKvF 3524
GEORGES RÉMY - No. 2946 (Massé, 1992)
Quarter flared 12mm (1/2") long x 12mm wide COROLLA is magenta (63B) flushed pale pinkish white with wavy petal edges
Horizontally held 20mm (3/4") long x 7mm (1/4") wide SEPALS are rose (63C) on the upper surface, magenta (63B) on the lower surface with yellow green recurved tips
Proportionately long thin 38mm (1 1/2") long x 5mm (1/8") wide TUBE is rose (63C) streaked magenta (63B)
STAMENS extend 0-3mm (0-1/8") beyond corolla with rose (63C) filaments and pale pink (62D) anthers
PISTIL extends 5-7mm (1/8-1/4") beyond corolla with magenta (63B) style and light rose (63D) stigma
Ovate pointed BUD
Triphylla type blooms
FOLIAGE is dark green (137A) on the upper surface, medium green (137C) on the lower surface with 66mm (2 5/8") long x 33mm (1 1/4") wide ovate to lanceolate shaped leaves, serrulate edges, acute tips and branches
Veins and stems are yellow green with greenish branches
PARENTAGE: Gartenmeister Bonstedt x unknown
Self branching small upright, decorative or bedding plant
Prefers overhead filtered light in a cool climate with best bloom color in filtered light
Tested 4 years in Pornic, France
Distinguished by: bloom color and shape, axial semi-terminal blooms
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|