Year Introduced: 1997
A first rate easy and vigorous encliandra, highly recommended. Flowers are larger than average for an encliandra. Free flowering, often with more than one flower per node. Sometimes called 'Obcilin'.
Tube: Short, light orangey pink.
Sepals: Held slightly up, light orangey pink.
Corolla: Fully flared, orange.
Foliage: Mid green.
Parentage: F. obconica x F. cylindracea
Hybridiser: M. Beije 1997 NL
Seed parent: F. obconica
Pollen parent: F. cylindracea
NKvF number: 3867
Flower: single, standing off to a strong hairy stem, L.rood / red 14mm.
Flower Tube: sleeve, round diameter, pink 62B, 10x4mm.
Sepals: horizontal position, four-sided symmetry, top down, section plane, boss dimensions quarter and pale green, pink color red 38C outside, inside pink red 38A, 6x3mm.
Petals: saucer-shaped top, bottom view around, totally outstanding, the petals are lobed with a serrated edge, light orange color base 39B, middle and outskirts orange 39A, 6x6mm.
Filament: pink, four established and four beaten back stamens, 1-1mm.
Style: pink, 16mm.
Stigma: pink, lobed.
Flowering time: usual.
Bud: triphyllavorm point sideways, round diameter, two axillary buds per leaf axils, normally open top.
Berry: round and black, 3x2mm.
Leaf: shape spatula, top blunt foot peak, edge slightly serrated, matt appearance, smooth and flat, similar veins, color top and bottom dark green, midrib and secondary veins medium green, reddish petiole.
Growth habit: upright.
Growing Method: bush or for bonsai in full sun, best color in bright light.
Special features: self branching, bright fuchsia flowers with protruding in a separate color. Not to be confused with Obcilin L. Bögemann. Approved by the VKC on 26-7-1997
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