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Varietal Hippeastrum On The Letters MN
Varietal Hippeastrum On The Letters MN
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hippeastrum mambo
hippeastrum mambo

Hippeastrum Mambo (Mambo)

Originator: Penning Breeding BV (Netherlands).

The variety was registered: in 2001.

Classification: H. Leopoldii (5а) (large-flowered hybrids, close in flower shape to H. leopoldii Dombr.).

Description (Helena): usually 4-6 red with white, wide-open flowers, 18-19 cm in diameter. The throat is yellow-green. On each petal, there is a central light stroke from the base and slightly beyond the middle. Red, venous venation passes from the central smear. The edges of the petals are evenly colored red. The petals are wide, rounded. The pistil column and filaments are light, greenish closer to the throat, and reddish to the stigma and anthers. The pollen is dark yellow.

hippeastrum merengue
hippeastrum merengue

Hippeastrum Merenque (Merengue)

Originator: Fa. LG Vreugdenhil en Zn., Meyer (USA)

The variety was registered in 2003.

Classification: Spider Group (sibister).

Elena (description from the photo): fantastic, bright sibistre. The flowers are red-brown with an orange tint. Up to 8 flowers are formed on the peduncle, with a diameter of 8-12 cm. The filaments and pistil are colored red-brown, closer to the throat the color is slightly darker. Very often nectar forms on the flowers.

hippeastrum milady
hippeastrum milady

Hippeastrum Milady (Milady)

Originator: Harry Deleeuw Ltd. (SOUTH AFRICA)".

The variety was registered: in 1977.

Classification H. Leopoldii (5a) (large-flowered hybrid, close in flower shape to H. leopoldii Dombr.)..

Description: usually 4 pink flowers 15-18 cm in diameter on a peduncle 47 cm long.

hippeastrum minerva
hippeastrum minerva

Hippeastrum Minerva (Minerva)

Originator: GC van Meeuwen and Sons (Netherlands).

The variety was registered: in 1962.

Classification: H. Leopoldii (5a) (large-flowered hybrids, close in flower shape to H. leopoldii Dombr.).

Description: Usually 4 bright red and white, wide-open, flattened flowers with a diameter of 18 cm on a peduncle 50 cm long. Cirrus venation to some extent compensates for the sometimes arising irregularity of the shape, one-sidedness of flowers.

Differences Minerva from Mambo(from Elena's observations): Minerva has a slightly elongated flower shape, oval-round. Mambo has a more rounded flower shape. Mambo has wider, rounded petals. Minerva's petals are slightly narrower, slightly elongated in shape, oval-rounded. The predominance of white and venous veins is greater in Mambo than in Minerva.

hippeastrum misty
hippeastrum misty

Hippeastrum Misty (Foggy)

Originator: Berbee Beheer BV., New World Plants (USA)

The variety was registered in 2004.

Classification: Trumpet Group (Long tubular).

Akatava (description): simple, tubular flower, diameter 9 cm., Peduncle length 33-35 cm. Corolla length 12 cm., Number of flowers 3-4. There is no smell. The flowers are deep pink with cherry shading to the middle of the petals. The throat and tips of the petals are green. The flowers are looking down, drooping. The stamens and pistil are dark pink, green at the base.

hippeastrum mont blank
hippeastrum mont blank

Hippeastrum Mont Blanc (White Mountain - fr.)

Originator: S. Warmenhoven & Zonen (Holland)

The variety was registered in 1962.

Classification: Galaxy Group.

Elena (photo description): beautiful large-flowered Dutch variety. The peduncle usually develops 5-6 light cream, sparkling (in the sun), large flowers, 20-25 cm in diameter. The throat is light yellow with a slight green tint. The filaments and pistil are white, closer to the throat with a slight yellow-green tinge. The shape of the flower is open, proportional. The petals may have horn-like projections, the outer petals are narrower than the inner ones.

hippeastrum moon light
hippeastrum moon light

Hippeastrum Moonlight (Moonlight)

Originator: Penning Breeding BV (Netherlands).

Registered in 2003.

Classification: Large-flowering.

Description: Usually 4 creamy yellow, loosely petaled, flattened flowers with a diameter of 17 cm on a peduncle of 45-75 cm. Although horn-like projections are usually absent, flowers tend to become creamier over time. Moonlight usually flowers 5 weeks after planting. A bulb with a diameter of 5.7 - 6.3 cm gives one peduncle, with a diameter of 7.6 - 8.2 cm - two and a diameter of 9.5 - 10 cm - three peduncles. After three years, when grown under optimal conditions, the bulbs reach 12 C 12.7 cm in diameter. Given a 10-week dormant period at 13 ° C, mature leaves usually appear at the same time as flowers and reach 75 cm in length and 5-6 cm in width. Long stalks make Moonlight suitable for indoor growing and cutting; flowers stay fresh for 9-10 days.

Alesya (description):The flower bloomed exactly 5 weeks after planting. Arrow length 40 cm. Each peduncle has 4 flowers. Elongated buds 8.5 cm before the dissolution. The flower at the beginning of the dissolution is a light green shade, sparkles. It later becomes whiter, of a warm creamy shade, reminiscent of ivory. The throat is green. Flower diameter 13-15cm. The petals are broadly oval, pointed at the tips, slightly bent when fully expanded. The pistil column and filaments are light, greenish closer to the throat. The pollen is yellow. The first 2 arrows are completely green, no tan. 3rd arrow, cover, has yellowish-pinkish tan spots. The leaves appeared in the middle of flowering after the first two flower arrows have faded. There is no smell. The flowers lasted a long time. The 1st arrow bloomed for 10 days. The first flower on the 1st arrow began to bloom on January 6th, on January 2nd 10th.By January 21st, the last flower on the second arrow wilted.

Hippeastrum hybrids moonlight

hippeastrum night star
hippeastrum night star

Hippeastrum Night Star

Originator: Amaryl CV

The variety was registered in 2007.

Classification: Spider Group (sibister).

Elena (description from the photo): an interesting sibistre in shape really resembles a pointed star. On a white background with a slight green tint, a dark pink star is clearly visible, which starts from the throat and ends approximately in the middle of the petals. Perianth petals are long, narrow, with a wavy edge. On the reverse side of the petals, in the middle, a dark pink stripe is visible about 2/3 of the petal. Purple-tinged bracts and pedicels. Filaments and pistil, white, pink towards the throat.

Akatawa (description):sibistr grade. Flower diameter 10-12cm, flower arrow 38-40cm high. Up to 5 flowers are formed on the peduncle. There is no smell. Corolla length 12cm. The petals are light beige with a cherry-colored stripe in the center, running from the throat to the middle of the petal. The flower does not fully unfold. The petals are claw-shaped, slightly wavy, narrow 1-1.5 cm, grooved. Filaments are light, pinkish at the base. A drop of nectar hangs on the pistil.

hippeastrum nymph
hippeastrum nymph

Hippeastrum Nymph (Nymph)

Originator: "T. van Nieuwkerk Amaryllis BV "(Netherlands).

The variety was registered: in 1995.

Classification: Large Double.

Description: Usually 4 compact creamy, with delicate red-brown stripes, peony flowers with a diameter of 22-25 cm on a peduncle 35-45 cm long. Up to 14 petals and several inner petals and staminodes in one flower. Sometimes common stamens are also present. This hybrid is grown for cut and looks great in large ceremonial arrangements with lush foliage and decorations.

Elena (description):In my opinion, one of the most beautiful, lush, spectacular varieties. On the peduncle there are usually 3-4 white-cream, large flowers with small red stripes. The shape of the flower is very similar to a lush ball. Flowers look very good when cut.

Hippeastrum hybrids Nymph

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