description: ‘Herps Marimba’- No. 5387 (Waldenmaier, 2004) Single. Upright.
COROLLA: quarter flared, smooth petal margins; opens & matures dark
orange (33A); 12mm (1/2”) long x 16mm (5/8”) wide. SEPALS: half
down; tips reflexed; orange (33C) upper & lower surfaces;
19mm(3/4”) long x 10mm (3/8”) wide. TUBE: orange (33C); long &
thick; 34mm (1 5/16”) long x 14mm (9/16”) wide. STAMENS: extend 2mm
(1/16”) below corolla; light orange (32D) filaments; cream (11D)
anthers. PISTIL extends 20mm (13/16”) below the corolla, light orange
(32D) style; pale pink (36D) stigma. BUD: small, round, pointed. FOLIAGE:
dark green (147A) upper surface, medium green (138B) lower surface.
Leaves are 150mm (5 15/16”) long x 100mm (3 15/16”) wide, elliptic
shaped, serrated edges, acute tips and rounded bases, Veins, stems &
branches are green. PARENTAGE: (‘F. magdalenae’ x ‘F. fulgens
grandiflora’) x ‘Lord Lonsdale’. Tall upright. Makes good
upright or standard. Prefers overhead filtered light. Best bloom &
foliage color in bright light. Tested 3 years in Herpen, The Netherlands.
Award of Merit, VKC, The Netherlands. Distinguished by pronounced orange