Year Introduced: 2014
Profuse flowering, self branching and trouble free. This glorious new cultivar from Mario is sure to prove popular.
His inspiration for the name came from coverage of the 2014 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where Carol Klein was introduced as 'our Pavilion Princess'. A lovely tribute to an inspirational and flamboyant gardener.
Best overwintered at a minimum of 2 – 3°C. The fuchsia, that is, not Carol.
Tube: Pale pink (69D), proportionately long and slender.
Sepals: Pale pink (69D) above, lower surface light pink (69A). Very long at 4cm, held horizontally, with gracefully recurved tips of pale yellow green.
Corolla: Light red purple (72C), with a light pink base. The serrated petal edge is also light pink. Unflared, unopening, the short, pleated petals curve over the stamens and style, keeping them together.
Parentage: (Roger de Cooker x ((Checkerboard x Machu Picchu) x (Checkerboard x Machu Picchu)) x Blue Rebel.
AFS 8542, NKvF 4528
Hybridiser: M. de Cooker 2014 NL
Seed parent: Roger de Cooker x [(Checkerboard Machu Picchu x) x (x Checkerboard Machu Picchu)]
Pollen parent: Blue Rebel
NKvF number: 7028
AFS number: 8542
Approval Number: 140 111
Flower: single, hanging from a solid winding handle, L.roze / L.paarsrood, 43mm.
Flower Tube: curved tube, diameter round, pale pink 69D, 25x6mm.
Sepals: state level, two-sided symmetry, top up and a single sheet is twisted, section plane, boss dimensions small and light yellowish green 150C, color exterior 69D pale pink, light pink inside 69A, 41x9-38x7mm.
Petals: closed top, bottom view oval, not outstanding, the petals are circular with a serrated edge and are pleated, pale pink color base 69D, Movements and periphery light red purple 72C, lining pale pink, 18x19mm.
Filament: pink, variable length, 43-36mm.
Style: pink, 73mm.
Stigma: white, club-shaped.
Flowering: rich to very rich.
Flowering time: usual.
Bud: oblong, tip sideways, angular diameter, 2-3 axillary buds per leaf axils, top opens like a lantern.
Leaf: elliptical shape, top striker foot rounded edge strongly serrated, looks dull, velvety and flat, similar veins, color yellow-green top, bottom light green with a red blush, midrib, veins and petiole red.
Growth habit: half hanger.
Growing Method: hanger for filtered light, best color in filtered light.
Special features: self-branching plant that is particularly easy and hassle stekt survive the winter at a temperature of 3-5 ° C. This is a cultivar nominated by the NKvF.
|Certificates & Nominations||NKvF R|
|Medium (3 - 4.5cm)||#|
|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|