xRamberlea ‘Inchgarth’

xRamberlea ‘Inchgarth’. 2000, IR00734, Maureen & Brian Wilson, Scotland, UK. (Ramonda myconi x Haberlea ferdinandi-coburgii ‘Connie Davidson’). Cross made May, 1996, planted Aug. 1996, first flowered May 1999. Plants sterile and reproducible only vegetatively. Compact, basal rosette, blooming in second year from seed. Leaves smooth with sparse hairs, mid-green, 6.0-6.5 cm long, 3.8-4.2 cm wide with about 2 cm petiole, ovate to elliptic with serrate edges, acute tip and cuneate base. Calyx semi-fused, green brown, 7-8 mm long. 4 flowers per scape, peduncle 4.5 cm, pedicel 2.0 cm. Corolla semi-campanulate, 1.8 cm long x 2.6 cm wide, mid violet suffused white. No equivalent plants in cultivation, compared with siblings, this is superior in growth and flower production to date, yellower in throat.

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