Rhipsalidopsis Hybrid

‘Dawn’ [Unknown]


NameSynonym ofRegister numberApplicant
'Dawn' [Unknown]SRL-Rhi-XXXX-279

HybridizerCountryHybridizer referenceName giver

Name yearGroupGrowth habitSeedling/Sport

Pod parentPollen parentPollination yearColor
pod parent unknownpollen parent unknownpink

Color temperature sensitiveFlower lengthFlower widthPetal form

RecurvedStamen colorStyle colorFruit color

Fruit edgedFlower descriptionPhylloclades lengthPhylloclades width
light pink suffused with a soft orange hue. A peach midstripe is present on the ventral side of the basal petals, and the dorsal side of all petals. Dorsal stripes are more intense. Petals are pink along upper margins and apexes, suffusing to soft, orange-pink lower centers and throats. Mature unopened buds are a vivid peach pink similar to the midstripe coloration. Stigmas have four pronounced lobes. Flower color is very striking.

SRL Teammedium green, upright phylloclades are not as broad as other cultivars. These exhibit an average of 3 marginal axils along each side. Abundant reddish brown apical bristles are evident around flower bases on newer phylloclades. This cultivar appears to lack the reddish or purplish marginal striping common to many Rhipsalidopsis cultivars. This cultivar is around in the USA (and reached Europe from there), but was also mentioned without further description in an Australian garden catalogue.

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