Year Introduced: 2001
Flowers so heavily that the weight of flower arches the branches downwards making this an excellent basket variety. Also superb in containers
Tube: Pale baby pink, slender
Sepals: Pale baby pink with green tips, held fully up and recurved when mature
Corolla: Smoky orange with smoky purple and orange-pink splashes, 1/2 flared, pleated petals.
Foliage: Mid green
Parentage: Coachman x Marcus Graham.
AFS 4632, NKvF 5041
Amazing Maisie- No. 4632 (Allsop, 2001)
COROLLA is three quarter flared, ruffled, with turned under wavy petal margins; opens magenta (57A); matures light purple (186C) veined orange (32A); 25mm (1") long x 40mm (1 9/16") wide
PETALOIDS are light purple (186C) splashed orange (32A) and pink (49A); 20mm (13/16") long x 10mm (3/8") wide
SEPALS are fully up, tips recurved; light pink (55D) tipped green upper surface; pink (49A), tipped green lower surface; 50mm (2") long x 15mm (9/16") wide
TUBE is light pink (55D), medium length and thin; 25mm (1") long x 7mm (1/4") wide
STAMENS extend 10mm (3/8") beyond the corolla; rose (55B) filaments and pale pink (56D) anthers
PISTIL extends 25mm (1") beyond the corolla; rose (55B) style; grayish yellow (160A) stigma
BUD is medium, elongated
FOLIAGE is dark green (137A) upper surface and medium green (147B) lower surface
Leaves 80mm (3 3/16") long x 45mm (1 3/4") wide, cordate shaped, serrulated edges, acute tips and cordate bases
Veins are green, stems are brown and branches are red
PARENTAGE: Coachman x Marcus Graham
Lax upright or stiff trailer
Makes good basket or standard
Prefers overhead filtered light and warm climate
Heat tolerant if shaded
Hardy to 32°
Best bloom color in bright light
Tested three years in Walthamstow, London, England
Distinguished by distinctive "smoky" purple and bright orange bloom color
Hybridiser: M. Allsop 2001 UK
Seed Parent: Coachman
Pollen Parent: Marcus Graham
NKvF number: 5041
AFS number: 4632
Flower: single, hanging from a solid winding handle, L.oranje / pair pink, 45mm.
Flower Tube: tube, diameter round, light orange 38B, blush red, 23x6mm.
Sepals: state half down, four-sided symmetry, top down, hollow section with a dent, boss dimensions quarter and 144B light green, light orange color top 38B, bottom light orange 37A, 39x13mm.
Petals: normally shaped crown, bottom view oval, quarter outstanding, the petals are normally formed with a tip, base color orange pink 32A, society and outskirts pair pink 54B, edge and gray veining, 26x22mm.
Filament: pink, variable length, 34-26mm.
Style: pink, 76mm.
Stigma: yellow, lobed.
Bud: peg top point sideways, angular diameter, two axillary buds per leaf axil, normally open top.
Berry: No data.
Leaf: elliptical shape, top striker foot rounded edge slightly serrated, matt appearance, velvety and lumpy veins deepened color top and bottom means green, red midrib, veins pale green, reddish petiole.
Growth habit: erect.
Cultivation Method: bush for filtered light, best color in filtered light.
Special features: Good branching and easy flowering plant.
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