Year Introduced: N/K
This beauty has flowers with distinct orangey centres, and a pink, lobed stigma; very attractive.
Tube: Medium length, slightly bulbous, rich pink.
Sepals: Rich pink upper, ditto below but with a greenish yellow patch in the middle, held very slightly down from horizontal.
Corolla: Quite short, broad petals, fully flared, rich pink overlaid with deep orange.
Foliage: Mid green.
Kirsten de Keijzer
Hybridiser: A. G. de Keijzer NL
Seed Parent: no data
Pollen Parent: no data
NKvF number: 6010
Flower: single, standing off to a solid neutral stem, red / red, 12mm.
Flower Tube: tube, diameter round, purple-red 68B, 9x5mm.
Sepals: horizontal position, symmetry four sides, top and sectional plane, boss dimensions and half cream 18B, 52A red color outside and inside, 5x4mm.
Petals: saucer-shaped top, bottom view square, three-quarter outstanding, the petals are normally formed with a tip, whole red color 52A, 5x7mm.
Filament : white, equal in length, 9mm.
Style: white, 16mm.
Stigma: pink, cleft.
Bud triphyllas shape, diameter round, axillary one button per leaf axil, normally open top.
Berry: No data.
Leaf: elliptical shape, top striker foot stomp, slightly serrated edge, matt appearance, smooth and bumpy, deeper veins, medium green color top, bottom, midrib and veins pale green, reddish petiole.
Growth habit: erect.
Cultivation Method: bush without preference for the place, best color in bright light.
Special features: small self branching and squat bush. The filaments are in the tube.
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