description: ‘Herps Mondharmonica’- No. 5394 (Waldenmaier, 2004) Single. Upright.
COROLLA: half flared, smooth petal margins; opens & matures red
(43A); 15mm (9/16”) long x 16mm (5/8”) wide. SEPALS: full down; tips
recurved; orange (32B) upper & lower surfaces; 17mm(11/16”) long x
8mm(5/16”) wide. TUBE: red (52A); medium length, thick; 13mm (1/2”)
long x 8mm(5/16”) wide. STAMENS: extend 5mm (3/16”) below corolla;
rose (52C) filaments; white (155D) anthers. PISTIL: extends 10mm
(3/8”) below the corolla, pink (62C) style & stigma. BUD: small,
rounded. FOLIAGE: dark green (137A) upper surface, medium green (137B)
lower surface. Leaves are 80mm (3 1/8”) long x 65mm (2 9/16”) wide,
cordate shaped, wavy edges, acute tips and obtuse 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 flower with flared corolla.