Year Introduced: 2004
A super little fuchsia that flowers freely. Bright, attractive blooms held away from the foliage. Compact, self branching growth ideal for for patio containers, pots and bedding. Also suitable for training as a smaller standard. Hardy to 0°C.
Tube: Bright white 155A with faint green stripes, short and thick.
Sepals: Bright white with green tips, horizontal, recurved.
Corolla: Reddish purple, maturing to magenta, 1/2 flared.
Parentage: Anita x Hawaiian Sunset.
Harveys Reward No. 5384 (M. Allsop, 2004)
COROLLA: half flared, square shaped, turned under smooth petal margins; opens reddish purple (74A) edged reddish purple (66A); matures magenta (57B) edged reddish purple (66A), pale pink (62D) near tube; 25mm (1") long x 20mm (13/16") wide
SEPALS: horizontal; tips recurved; white (155A) tipped green upper and lower surfaces; 30mm(1 3/16") long x 10mm (3/8") wide
TUBE: white (155A) striped green; short and thick; 10mm (3/8") long x 7mm (1/4") wide
STAMENS: extend 10mm (3/8") below corolla; rose (55B) filaments; dark rose (51A) anthers
PISTIL: extends 20mm (3/8") below the corolla, white (155C) style; yellowish white (158A) stigma
BUD: medium, elongated
FOLIAGE: dark green (147A) upper surface, medium green (147B) lower surface
Leaves are 50mm (2") long x 25mm (1") wide, cordate shaped, serrulated edges, acute tips and rounded bases
Veins and stems are green; branches are brown
PARENTAGE: Anita x Hawaiian Sunset
Makes good upright, standard or bedding plant
Prefers overhead filtered light and warm climate
Heat tolerant if shaded
Cold weather hardy to 32°F
Best bloom color in bright light
Tested 6 years in Walthamstow, London, England
Distinguished by compact growth with blooms held in terminal clusters.
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H3 (Min 1°C to -5°C)||#|