Huet's Wulp

Huet's Serpentijn    
Huet's Sugiliet    


AFS description:  ‘Huet’s Wulp’ – No 8516 (Braam 2015) Double/Semi-double. Upright. COROLLA: half flared, square shaped, smooth petal margins; opens light purple (81C); matures violet (77B); 15mm (9/16") long x 15mm (9/16") wide. SEPALS are half up, tips recurved up; white (155B) tipped green upper & lower surfaces; 25mm (1") long x 15mm (9/16") wide. TUBE is white (155B); short, medium thickness; 12 mm (7/16") long x 6mm (1/4") wide. STAMENS do not extend beyond the corolla; light pink (62C) filaments; purple (77A) anthers. PISTIL extends 10mm (3/8”) beyond the corolla; pale pink (62D) style; white (155A) stigma. BUD is bulbous. FOLIAGE is dark green (136A) upper surface; medium green (136C) lower surface. Leaves are 55mm (2 3/16”) long x 35mm (1 3/8”) wide, elliptic shaped, wavy edges, acute tips, obtuse bases. Veins are green, stems & branches are brown. PARENTAGE: ‘Huet’s Serpentijn’ x ‘Huet’s Sugiliet’. Tall upright. Self branching. Makes good upright, standard or pyramid. Prefers overhead filtered light, warm climate. Best bloom & foliage color in filtered light. Tested 3 years in Doetinchem, The Netherlands. Fuchsia Nieuwigheden Certificering. Distinguished by bloom color & shape.