Year Introduced: 2000
A strong upright growing, self branching, free flowering fuchsia, this bears many bright, refreshing flowers.
Tube: Mainly white, occasional pale purple streaks, fairly short and slender.
Sepals: White with purple-pink edges and streaks. Held between horizontal and 1/2 up, recurved with green tips.
Corolla: Very pale purple maturing extremely pale lavender, 1/4 flared.
Foliage: Dark green on top of leaf, mid green under, reddish veins and stems.
Parentage: Rosella x Rosa Pummelchen.
Szilvia Ocsai - No. 4485 (Michiels, 2000)
COROLLA is quarter flared with turned up smooth petal margins; opens pale purple (76C) with white (155A) base; matures pale lavendar (69B); 19mm (3/4") long x 22mm (7/8") wide
SEPALS are half up, tips recurved up; pink (36A) tipped light yellowish green (150A) upper surface; pink (49A) lower surface; 31mm (1 1/4") long x 7mm (1/4") wide
TUBE is white (155A), proportionately medium length and thickness; 16mm (5/8") long x 5mm (3/16") wide
STAMENS extend 16mm (5/8") below the corolla; light rose (58D) filaments and reddish purple (59B) anthers
PISTIL extends 40mm (1 9/16") below the corolla; light rose (58D) style and yellowish white (158A) stigma
BUD is rectangular and pointed
Foliage is dark green (137A) on upper surface and medium green (137C) on lower surface
Leaves are 62mm (2 7/16") long x 33mm (1 5/16") wide, lanceolate shaped, serrulated edges, acute tips and acute bases. Veins and stems are light reddish orange (171C); branches are orangish brown (172A)
PARENTAGE: Rosella x Rosa Pummelchen
Makes good upright
Prefers overhead filtered light
Best bloom and foliage color in filtered light
Tested three years in Koningshooikt, Belgium
National Belgian Fuchsia Inspection at Meise
Distinguished by the delicate blossom color.
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|