‘Flame’

Rhipsalidopsis 'Flame'
Photo: Dr. Ira Slade

NameSynonym ofRegister numberRegistrant
'Flame'SRL-Rhi-XXXX-092

HybridizerCountryHybridizer referenceName giver
Holly Gate NurseryEngland

Name yearTypeGrowth habitSeedling/Sport

Pod parentPollen parentPollination yearColor
pod parent unknownpollen parent unknownred

Color temperature sensitiveFlower lengthFlower widthPetal form

RecurvedStamen colorStyle colorFruit color

Fruit edgedFlower descriptionPhylloclades lengthPhylloclades width
flower is scarlet to deep orange-red with short orange centerlines from the base of the tepals. The style is deep orange-red with six pale whitish-rhodamine stigma lobes. Filaments are orange on the basal half suffusing to pale rhodamine then very pale silvery-rhodamine near the tips. Flower size is larger than R. rosea. Segments are smaller than R. gaertneri. Plant Register 1980, Epiphytic Plant Study Group, Great Britain. Possibly the same plant as ‘Orange Flame’.

ReferenceCommentsGrowerDistributor
Illustration: Your Garden (Australia), April 1990: front cover; Australian Garden Guide 9(97): front cover: Plant Register 1980, Epiphytic Plant Study Group, Great Britain. Meier 1995: 18segments are smaller than R. gaertneri. Possibly the same plant as 'Orange Flame'.

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