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£2.25
Delivery from August
Hybridiser: Wright, JA & JO, (UK)
Year Introduced: 1985
Height 70cm
Spread 90cm

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Uncommon, subtle colours and unusually shaped flowers. More sensitive to over watering and over potting than most.

Sometimes wrongly known as Lechlade Marchioness. It got its name as (with some imagination) the flowers could look like a little Martian girl.

Tube: Pale orange, long, ribbed, flattened.

Sepals: Pale green, short, ½ to fully down.

Corolla: Pale orange, matures with increasing pink blush. Buttery cream edge on the inside of short, spoon shaped petals, 3/4 flared.

Foliage: Pale green large leaves

(F. fulgens x F. splendens) x F. splendens.

NKvF 4181

Flower Size
Medium (3 - 4.5cm) #
Flower Type
Single #
Habit
Semi Trailing #
Hardiness
H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C) #
Properties
Tubular Flower #