Syn.. Lady Fujiyo
This cultivar originated as a seedling from a cross between H.macrophylla `Madam Blumkock` H.macrophylla `Silver Edge` and is distinguished from its parents and all other cultivars by the combination of the distinctive pigmentation pattern of its sepals which gives the florets a pin-wheel appearance; its compact growth habit; the ease with which it can be forced in a greenhouse; and its large, dense, long-lasting inflorescence having a strong peduncle which does not require staking for support, making it ideal for pot culture.
USPatent PP10440; 09/06/1998
Gardens found in 28 pre 2000 surveys LHS (TR as Lady Fujiyo)
Gardens found in the 10 surveyed in 2010: LHS HIL
UK Plant Finder 2012 = 4 nursery