Species & Cultivars

White Robe * (Higaki, Harrison, San Mateo, CA, US) 2002
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A new and distinct cultivar that originated as a cutting taken from the cultivar `Buffie`.  It has white sepals at maturity and is distinguished from other similar cultivars of which the inventor is aware by the unique manner in which the inflorescence ages. As the mature sepals age and turn green they are highly resistant to burning and turning brown The new variety `White Robe` further possesses the favourable characteristics of a compact growth habit and long lasting large inflorescences.

USPatent PP15912;  09/08/2005

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