Year Introduced: 1985
Flowers freely, flower colours nicely complementing attractive foliage. One of the prettiest variegated fuchsias.
Tube: Medium, white with pink blushes.
Sepals: Long, white and pink with slightly recurved tips.
Corolla: Pink veined white, petals curving inwards at the ends.
Foliage: A sage like green with maroon blushes, edge variegated with cream.
Parentage: Sport of Cloverdale Pearl.
AFS 1971, NKvF 4157
JACK STANWAY – pending (1985) (Rowell)
Quarter flared 16mm (5/8) long x 16mm (5/8) wide COROLLA opens white, maturing to white veined pink with turned under petal edges
Fully down l9mm (3/4) long x 8mm (5/16) wide SEPALS are rhodamine pink, tips are recurved
Propor- tionately medium TUBE is rhodamine pink
STAMENS extend 8mm (5/16) below corolla with rhodamine pink filaments and cream anthers
PISTIL extends 25 mm (1) below corolla with pale pink style and stigma
FOLIAGE is sage green edged cream with 48mm (1 7/8) long x 25mm (1) wide ovate shaped leaves, serrate edges, acute tips and rounded bases
Young foliage is red at base
Veins and stems are red, branches are deep red
PARENTAGE: sport of Cloverdale Pearl
Self branching small upright which tends to spread
Will make a good decorative
Prefers full sun in a cool climate
Best bloom and foliage color in bright light
When pinched, stem is almost covered with foliage
Regis- tration pending completion of 3 year test period
Distinguished by attractive color com- bination and profuse blooms.
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|