Year Introduced: 1998
Gorgeous flowers with unusual colour combination. Upright, vigorous.
Tube: Red purple 67A, long, tubular, grooved.
Sepals: Light yellow green 149A, 1/2 down. Slightly recurved or reflexed.
Corolla: Dark orange 33A, violet 75A picotee edge to smooth petals, 1/2 flared, bell shape.
Parentage: Fuji-San x F. fulgens var. michoacans.
AFS 4372, NKvF 3990
WALZ Fanclub - No. 4372 (Waldenmaier, 2000)
COROLLA is half flared, bell shaped, with smooth petal margins; opens dark orange (33A) and matures dark orange (33A) with extensive violet (75A) margins; 10mm (3/8”) long 10mm (3/8”) wide
SEPALS are half down, tips reflexed; light yellowish green (149A) upper and lower surfaces; 12mm (1/2”) long x 5mm (3/16”) wide
TUBE is reddish purple (67A), proportionately long with medium thickness; 30mm (1 3/16”) long x 5mm (3/16”) wide
STAMENS extend 1mm (1/16”) below the corolla; pink (49A) filaments and light yellowish orange (19B) anthers
PISTIL extends 5 (3/16”) below the corolla; pink (49A) style and greenish yellow (1B) stigma
BUD is thin and ovate
Foliage is dark green (137A) on upper surface and medium green (147B) on lower surface
Leaves are 90mm (3 9/16”) long x 50mm (2”) wide; cordate shaped, wavy edges, acute tips and acute bases
Veins are red, stems and branches are green
PARENTAGE: ‘Fuji-San’ x ‘F. fulgens michoacans’
Makes good upright
Prefers overhead filtered light
Best bloom and foliage color in bright light
Tested three years in Herpen, the Netherlands
Award of Merit, VKC, KMTP, The Netherlands
Distinguished by the color combination of tube and corolla.
Flower: single; triphyllas type; protruding flowers on sturdy, winding, protruding stem; dim. 42 x 15 mm.
Flower Tube: duct; grooved; angular; dim. 28 x 8 mm color: crimson purple (61B); dark ruby red (61A) stripes.
Sepals: horizontal ceding; dim. 13 x 4 mm; tips slightly bent, outside: light yellow-green (144C); deep rose bengal (61D) blush of base; inside: soft yellow-green (144D); pale green top. petals: ½ outstanding bell-shaped crown; The shovel-shaped petals have a cool to slightly jagged edge with one pointed lobe in the middle of the upper edge; dim. 10 x 10 mm color: basic orange (33B), midfield brighter orange-red, deep orange rim area (39A); deep orange edge; red veins; . filament lit hint
Stigma: yellow greenish; . clavate
Bud: triphyllas bud; tip sideways; angular.
Leaf: undulating surface; speckled leaf; Red grain; long petiole; dim. 90 x 45 mm; elliptical; rounded foot; lichtgetande edge; mat; wax-like structure; lumpy top; color:. dark olive, top 147A, 148A bottom, mottled aubergine hint
Leaf position: crosswise
Habit: upright; sturdy, upright branches with long-members; the stamens seem implanted to stand on the sepals; by the small distance between the buds at the ends of the stems, it seems like the flowers that grow in bunches.
Growing Method: shrub for place in filtered light.
Details: flowers in an unusual color combination. Let quickly fall leaf and soon some yellow leaves little fattening. Not ensile. Name given on the occasion of the 12½-year anniversary of the Waldenmaier fanclub.
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|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|