description: ‘Herps Gendir’- No. 5400 (Waldenmaier, 2004) Single. Upright.
COROLLA: quarter flared, smooth petal margins; opens & matures
magenta (67B); 12mm (1/2”) long x 20mm (13/16”) wide. SEPALS: full
down; tips recurved; rose (52B) upper surface; rose (68C) lower surface;
22mm (7/8”) long x 9mm(3/8”) wide. TUBE: dark red (47A); medium
length & thickness; 23mm (15/16”) long x 8mm(5/16”) wide.
STAMENS: extend 2mm (1/16”) below corolla; light rose (50C) filaments,
light yellow (10D) anthers. PISTIL: extends 15mm (9/16”) below the
corolla, light rose (50C) style & stigma. BUD: ovate, pointed.
FOLIAGE: dark green (137A) upper surface, medium green (137B) lower
surface. Leaves are 90mm (3 9/16”) long x 45mm (1 3/4”) wide, ovate
shaped, serrated edges, acute tips and rounded bases. Veins, stems &
branches are green. PARENTAGE: (‘F. magdalenae’ x ‘F. fulgens
grandiflora’) x ‘Lady Kathleen Spence’. Medium upright. Makes
good upright or standard. Prefers overhead filtered light. Best bloom
and foliage color in bright light. Tested 2 years in Herpen, The
Netherlands. Award of Merit, VKC, The Netherlands. Distinguished by
horizontal flowers with hairy and rich flowering.