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Tulbaghia Jenny NEW CULTIVAR NAME
Tulbaghia 'Jenny' NEW CULTIVAR NAME.
Seed batch sown 2007
Green slightly glaucous. Length 21 - 24 cm. Width 6 mm wide.
Length 46 - 48 cm.
Diameter 6.5 cm across. 14 flowered.
Glaucous. 12 - 18 mm long.
Violet. Length 12 mm, width 4.5 mm at base of perianth segments.
Two whorls inserted at same level, length 7 mm, width 3-4 mm at base. Violet-pink, obovate, segments overlapping at base.
Corona On Opening
Of three separate elements place at the root of the upper perianth segment. Ivory-white suffused violet-pink. Length 3 mm recurved outwards.
In two alternate whorls, upper 2 - 2.5 mm from the base of the lower perianth segment. Lower anthers about 2 mm below.
2 - 2.5 mm long.
Approx 1 mm.
Date Notes Taken
Does It Set Seed
NAME Tulbaghia ‘Jenny’ registered with KAVB 6/11/09
Many open Tulbaghia violacea crosses fall short of the mark, displaying rather washed out colours. This new hybrid has been selected for its very positive coloured violet-pink flowers of pleasing form in part due to the perianth segment overlapping, with recurved ivory-white suffused violet-pink scales. Held on 46 - 48 cm scapes, the 14 flowered umbels are approximately 6.5 cm in diameter, and held above slightly glaucous green linear foliage. In flower for a long period, June – September/October and named for my cousin Jennifer Roberts.
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