|'Little Momma Hong'
|Lee Gordon Goodfellow
|'Eva Marie McKeen'
|large, asymmetrical flowers are soft peachy orange to delicate peach pink with the faintest tint of yellow. Petals are narrow elliptic to lanceolate with upper petals exhibiting slightly serrated upper margins with acute to blunt tips. Lower petals have pointed to blunt tips. Petal bases and lower throats are white suffusing color which deepens toward upper centers, apexes and margins. Flower length is 7.3 cm., upper width 5.2 cm. The slightly arched tubes are white. Stamens are white. Style is bright magenta red with a magenta-pink stigma extending slightly past the anther cluster. Ovary receptacles are smooth. Color intensity is variable, affected by growing temperature and conditions.
|small, broad, light to medium green phylloclades average two small forward facing dentations and 1-2 shallow areole notches. Small, brownish apical bristles are abundant. Phylloclades are up to 3.7 cm. in length and up to 2.1 cm. in width. This is a small, compact growing cultivar. Named by Glen Lord after mutual friend and grower, Hong Trimble.