Year Introduced: 1998
A charming cultivar that works well in small containers or the front of your borders. Very small leaves and flowers, so would make a superb bonsai.
Tube: White, pale green stripe, slim.
Can anyone tell us the parentage of this little cracker?
Sepals: White above, pink N57C below, lime green 149B slightly recurved tip, 1/2 down.
Corolla: Pale purple N87B, more pink base N87C, pink veins, unflared, smooth petals. As well as a very long style, has 4 long stamens, and 4 very long ones.
Hybridiser: Morris 1994 UK
Seed parent: no data
Pollen parent: No data
NKvF number: 6167
Flower: single, hanging from a solid winding stem, white / purple, 20mm.
Flower Tube: curved urn, diameter round, white, stripes green, 9x4mm.
Sepals: stand half down, four-sided symmetry, top and sectional plane, boss dimensions small and light 149B, color outside white, inside pink N57C, 16x4mm.
Petals: closed top, bottom view around, not outstanding, the petals are usually formed with a smooth edge, color-based light purple N87C, middle and outskirts N87B purple, pink veining, 12x8mm.
Filament: pink, four long and four short stamens, 35-30mm.
Style: white, 46mm.
Stigma: cream, lobed.
Flowering: very rich.
Flowering time: usual.
Bud: oblong, tip sideways, angular diameter, four axillary buds per leaf axils, normally open top.
Berry: No data.
Leaf: lancet shape, top striker foot stomp, slightly serrated edge, matt appearance, smooth and bumpy, deeper veins, medium green color top, bottom, light green midrib and veins, petiole reddish.
Growth habit: half hanger.
Growing Method: pendant or shrub without preference for the place, best color in bright light.
Special features: from each leaf axils of the plant, several sets of spring leaves and four buttons.
|Small (1.5 - 3cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|