Available from a few nurseries in UK and Europe
Raised by van Waveran and Kruyff in 1904 presumably from seedlings bought from Arends.
A. chinensis x A. japonica.
A member of A. rosea group.
The true plant is really not known although this plant seems to be near to the original description. There are at least two forms in nurseries bearing this name.
A very good cultivar although not quick to increase, it is certainly worth planting in borders.
Originally grown for the forcing market.
|Low – 31-60cm|
|Early – 1st-15th July|
|density of flowers||