description: ‘Herps Cornu’- No. 5992 (Waldenmaier 2006) Single. Upright.
COROLLA is quarter flared with turned under smooth petal margins; opens
magenta (57C); matures dark rose (64C); 11mm (7/16") long x 9mm
(3/8") wide. SEPALS are half down, tips reflexed; rose (50B)
striped pink (55C), tipped apple green (144C) upper surface; pink (49A)
tipped apple green (144C) lower surface; 20mm (13/16") long x
9mm(3/8") wide. TUBE is rose (50B) striped pink (55C); short &
thick; 14mm (9/16") long x 11mm (7/16") wide. STAMENS extend
2mm (1/16") beyond the corolla; pale lavender (69C) filaments;
light yellow (2C) anthers. PISTIL extends 15mm (9/16") below the
corolla; light rose (68C) style, pale yellow (1D) stigma. BUD is angular.
Foliage: light green (139D) upper surface; medium green (138B) lower
surface. Leaves are 62mm (27/16") long x 41mm (1 5/8") wide,
ovate shaped, serrulated edges, acute tips and rounded bases. Veins
& stems are light apple green (145C); branches are medium green
(141D) & light red purple (185D). PARENTAGE: [('F. magdalenae' x 'F.
fulgens rubra grandiflora') x 'Wendy van Wanten'] x 'Prince Syray'.
Small upright. Self branching. Makes good upright. Prefers overhead
filtered light, cool climate. Best bloom & foliage color in filtered
light. Tested six years in Herpen, The Netherlands. Meisse 8/13/05.
Distinguished by unique bloom shape & color.