Table of contents:
- Hippeastrum Tango (Tango)
- Hippeastrum Temptation
- Hippeastrum Tres Chic (Tris Chick)
- Hippeastrum Unique (Unique)
- Hippeastrum Vivaldi (Vivaldi)
- Hippeastrum White Peacock (White Peacock)
- Hippeastrum White Nymph (Whinym) (White Nymph)
- Hippeastrum Zombie
Hippeastrum Tango (Tango)
Originator: "F. Meyer (United States) »
Variety registered: 2001.
Classification: Cybister (sibister).
Description: Usually 4-6 cherry-red and pale green flowers with ruffled edges, 8-13 cm in diameter on a 45-60 cm long stem. This hybrid is good for cutting, each flower stays fresh for about 8 days. A bulb with a diameter of 8.2 - 9 cm. Usually blooms with two peduncles, with a diameter of 9 - 9.5 - three, and sometimes four peduncles. Floral arrows are green with a gray-brown tint. It usually takes 6 weeks from planting to flowering. After flowering, up to 9 narrow, silky-green leaves develop. The length of the sheet is up to 70 cm, the width is about 3.5 cm.
Originator: Penning Breeding BV
Variety was registered in 2005.
Classification: Galaxy Group.
Akatava (description): An interesting large-flowered variety. Usually 4-6 white flowers with a cherry red speckled star in the throat and a thin cherry red edging along the edge of the petals. The diameter of the flower is 18-19 cm, the peduncle is up to 60 cm high. A bulb with a diameter of 8.2 - 9 cm gives 2 peduncles, with a diameter of 9.5 - 10 cm - three. From planting to flowering, an average of 7-8 weeks pass. Suitable for cutting.
Hippeastrum Tres Chic (Tris Chick)
Originator: NL van Geest BV (Netherlands)
Registered in 2009.
Classification: Diamond Group.
Description (Elena): elegant, small-flowered variety. The flower is dark red in color with a large, wide-angle, light yellow star in the throat, ending in the middle of the petals. The throat is yellowish with a dark bit. Petals are oval, elongated, pointed at the tips. Pistil and filaments are light, pinkish closer to stigma and stamens. The pollen is yellow. The flower is erect, sometimes raised. The diameter of the flower is about 13 cm. The peduncle is green, it can be slightly tanned up to 70 cm long. The leaves are wide, green, glossy.
Hippeastrum Unique (Unique)
Originator: УKwekersvereniging AmarylФ (Netherlands).
The variety was registered in 1992.
Classification: Midi Double (Medium Semi-double).
Description: usually 5-6 bright orange flowers with a diameter of 15-16 cm. On a peduncle 40-45 cm long. An exquisite and unusual hybrid with cream stripes. Each flower usually has 10-12 petals and 3-6 inner petals or staminodes. Bulbs with a diameter of 9-9.5 cm, usually bloom with two peduncles, with a diameter of 10.5 cm - three peduncles.
Hippeastrum Vivaldi (Vivaldi)
Originator: T. van Nieuwkerk Amaryllis BV
Variety registered: 1997
Classification: Galaxy Group (Large-flowered).
Description (Elena): usually 4 red-orange flowers on a white background. The flower shape is open. Flower diameter 19 cm. The throat of the flower is light green with a dark red bit. The petals are wide, spherical. The upper three petals are more intensely colored than the lower ones. In the middle of each petal there are light strokes, on the wings they are most distinct. On the wings from the central strokes, feathery venation can be seen, from the middle of the petal the additional color becomes more uniform. On the lower petals, the additional color is applied evenly, but from the middle of the petal to the edge, a red-orange dusting can be seen. The central strokes on the lower three petals are poorly visible. The pistil column and filaments are light, the pollen is yellow.
Hippeastrum White Peacock (White Peacock)
Originator: Miyake Nursery (Japan).
The variety was registered: in 1997.
Classification: Large Double.
Description: usually 4-6 snow-white flowers with a light yellow throat. The diameter of the flower is 20-22 cm, the flower arrow is not very large, about 30 cm. Up to 15 petals are formed in the perianth. The petals are oval, pointed at the tips, with a slight wavy edge. The flower shape is not always symmetrical. Filaments are poorly developed, the pistil is usually absent. Leaves develop after flowering.
Hippeastrum White Nymph (Whinym) (White Nymph)
Originator: Hilda and Walter LatapieТs (Louisiana).
The variety was registered in 1980.
Classification: Large Double.
Elena (description from the photo): double, large-flowered, snow-white flowers with a yellow-green throat. The petals are oval-rounded, with a slight wavy edge. Small reddish strokes are sometimes visible on the petals. The pistil is underdeveloped, it is formed very rarely. Anthers with a small amount of pollen are sometimes formed.
Interesting: White Nymph is one of the first white terry varieties.
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Classification: Double Sonata (Terry Sonata).
Elena (description): spectacular, double pink hippeastrum from the group of South African hybrids "Sonata". Usually 4-8 pink or pink-coral flowers with dark pink veins and cream strokes in the middle of the petals. The throat is greenish yellow. Oval petals, pointed at the tips. The diameter of the flower is about 15 cm, the peduncle is not very high, about 25 cm. The flowers are so heavy that as the flower opens, the head of the flower drops down. Blooms within 30 days after planting. Rest period required: 28 days.
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