Year Introduced: 1995
Distinguished parents have passed on their superb characteristics. Vigorous, easy to grow and abundant flowers.
Tube: Cream 158C.
Sepals: Pale pink 36D above, light pink 36B below, horizontal, recurved tip.
Corolla: Red 46D, matures red 46C (cerise), darker edge, cream base, up to 1/4 flared.
Foliage: Mid green.
Parentage: Lye's Unique x Other Fellow.
JUDITH LOUISE - No. 3544 (Barnes, 1996)
Nonflaring bell shaped 15mm (5/8) long x 12mm (1/2) wide COROLLA opens red (46D) maturing to red (46C) with smooth petal edges
Horizontally held 35mm (1 3/8) long x 6mm (1/4) wide SEPALS are pale pink (36D) on the upper surface, light pink (36B) on the lower surface with recurved tips
Proportionately medium thickness 20mm (3/4) long x 8mm (1/4) wide cream (158C) TUBE is proportionately long
STAMENS extend 10mm (3/8) beyond corolla with rose (55B) filaments and light yellow (18C) anthers
PISTIL extends 30mm (1 1/8) beyond corolla with light pink (style and pale yellow (2D) stigma
Elliptical shaped BUD
FOLIAGE is medium green (138A) on the upper surface, medium green (137D) on the lower surface with 40mm (1 5/8) long x 31mm (1 1/4) wide cordate shaped leaves, serrate edges, obtuse tips and rounded bases
Veins are red/green with red stems and branches
PARENTAGE: Lyes Unique x Other Fellow
Medium upright, standard or decorative
Prefers overhead filtered light with best bloom color in filtered light
Tested 3 years in Southport/Wigan, England UK and introduced by Roualeyn Fuchsias
Distinguished by: profuse continuous blooming, bloom color.
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|