description: ‘Herps Accordeon’- No. 5639 (Waldenmaier 2005) Single. Upright. COROLLA
is half flared with smooth petal margins; each petal is curved outside;
opens & matures magenta (58B), spotted orange; 15mm (9/16”) long x
17mm (11/16”) wide. SEPALS are fully up, tips recurved; pink (48C)
upper surface; light orange (41C) lower surface; 23mm (15/16”) long x
15mm (9/16”) wide. Tube is pink (36A), medium length and thickness;
15mm (9/16”) long x 6mm (1/4”) wide. STAMENS extend 15mm (9/16”)
beyond the corolla; light rose (73C) filaments; reddish purple (70B)
anthers. PISTIL extends 25mm (1”) below the corolla; light rose (73C)
style; light tan (161C) stigma. BUD is ovate. FOLIAGE: dark green (147A)
upper surface; medium green (147B) lower surface. Leaves are 70mm (2
3/4”) long x 45mm (1 3/4”) wide, ovate shaped, serrulated edges,
acute tips and obtuse bases. Veins, stems & branches are green.
PARENTAGE: “WALZ Triangel’ x ‘Prince Syray’. Medium upright.
Makes good upright. Heat tolerant if shaded. Best bloom color in bright
light. Best foliage color in filtered light. Tested 4 years in Herpen,
The Netherlands. Award of Merit, VKC, The Netherlands. Distinguished by
corolla color and outside curve.