Year Introduced: 1905
Stiffly upright growing triphylla fuchsia which benefits from some attention to pinching out in the early stages. 1905 and still a winner.
Tube: Scarlet-orange, slim and tapering
Sepals: Scarlet orange with paler tips, 1/2 down
Corolla: Orange red
Foliage: Bronze fairly large glossy leaves with bold impressed veins.
Parentage: F. triphylla x unknown.
Hybridiser: C. Bonstedt 1905 DE
Seed Parent F. triphyllas
Pollen Parent: unknown
NKvF number: 2905
Flower: single, hanging from a solid neutral stem, orange / orange, 49mm.
Flower Tube: sleeve, angular diameter, orange 43A, 39x6mm.
Sepals: half-down position, symmetry four sides, top and sectional plane, exterior color and orange top 43B, inside light orange 40D 14x5-15x5mm.
Petals: bell-shaped crown, bottom view square, quarter outstanding, the petals zijnlangwerpig with an edge and partially folded, whole orange color 33A, 9x6mm.
Filaments: Orange, equal in length, 8mm.
Style: orange, 48mm.
Stigma: pink, lobed.
Flowering: rich bunch.
Flowering: normal until late.
Bud: triphyllas shape, angular diameter, normally open top.
Berry: elongated and red.
Leaf: elliptical shape, top and foot pointed, slightly serrated edge and wavy appearance matte, velvety and lumpy veins deepened color top and bottom means green, midrib, veins and petiole red.
Growth habit: erect.
Cultivation Method: bush for in full sun, best color in bright light.
Special features: from various sources has shown that this is the only in circulation with Thalia is a F. triphylla lineage.
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