Huet's Lodesteen

WALZ Harp    
Huet's Purperiet    


AFS description:
  ‘Huet's Lodesteen’- No. 8278 (Braam 2013) Single. Upright/Trailer. COROLLA: quarter flared, bell shaped, smooth petal margins; opens reddish orange (42A); matures red (43A); 30mm (1 3/16”) long x 25mm (1”) wide. SEPALS are full down, tips reflexed; light rose (35D) upper surface; peach (33D) lower surface; 35mm (1 3/8") long x 8mm (5/16") wide. TUBE is pink (35C); long & thin; 120mm (4 3/4") long x 4mm (1/8”) wide. STAMENS do not extend beyond the corolla; cream (158C) filaments & anthers. PISTIL does not extend beyond the corolla; pink (35A) style; pale yellow (158B) stigma. BUD is elongated, long tube. FOLIAGE is medium green (146A) upper surface; yellowish green (146C) lower surface. Leaves are 90mm (3 9/16") long x 50mm (2") wide, ovate shaped, serrate edges, acute tips, rounded bases. Veins, stems & branches are light yellowish green (146D). PARENTAGE: ‘WALZ Harp’ x ‘Huet’s Purperiet’. Lax upright or stiff trailer. Self branching. Makes good basket or upright. Prefers overhead filtered light, warm climate. Best bloom & foliage color in filtered light. Tested 4 years in Doetinchem, The Netherlands. Fuchsia Nieuwigheden Certificering. Distinguished by extremely long tube, color & shape.