Year Introduced: 1979
Naturally densely bushy and free-flowering, with some hardiness. The flowers open very pale, and darken as they mature. Top quality encliandra hybrid, some hardiness, a little beauty, recommended.
Tube: White, rose blush (56C).
Sepals: Pale rose (56C).
Corolla: Pale rose, fully flared, petals recurved.
Foliage: Mid green
Parentage: F. microphylla hidalgensis x F. microphylla hemsleyana
Hybridiser: van der Grab 1973 NL
Seed Parent F. microphylla hidalgensis
Pollen Parent F. microphylla hemsleyana
NKvF number: 4759
AFS number: none
Flower: single, variable position of the flower, to a firm, hairy stem, red / white, 10mm.
Flower Tube: bell shape, diameter around 56C pink, blush red, 12x3mm.
Sepals: curled position, symmetry four sides, top and sectional plane, boss dimensions quarter and light, 6x4mm.
Petals: saucer-shaped top, bottom view around and separate, completely outstanding, petals are lobed with an edge, very light pink color completely 56C, 3x3mm.
Filament : white, four established and four beaten back stamens, 2-1mm.
Style: white, 15mm.
Stigma: pink, cleft.
Bud tubular shape, diameter round, axillary one button per leaf axil, normally open top.
Berry: round and black.
Leaf: elliptical shape, apex blunt foot spire, strongly serrated edge, matt appearance, smooth and bumpy, veins right, top color, veins and petiole medium green, lower light green, yellow-green midrib.
Growth habit: dwarf.
Cultivation Method: pendant or shrub for filtered light and sunlight, best color in filtered light.
Specialties: typical Encliandra hybrid whose crown almost white opens and later changes color to red purple.
|Certificates & Nominations||BFS Bronze CM 1979|
|Tiny (0.5 - 1.5cm)||#|
|H3 (Min 1°C to -5°C)||#|