|Botanical Name:||Dianthus caryophyllus|
Martin Glawe, Stuttgart, Germany
|Agent in Canada:||
38723 Fingal Line
St. Thomas, Ontario
|Grant of Rights Date:||2015-12-18|
|Grant of Rights Termination Date:||2035-12-18|
Variety used for comparison: 'Brescar'
Summary: The inner side of the petal of 'KLEDP10105' is red pink while it is purple for 'Brescar'.
PLANT: spray type pot carnation, arrangement of totality of flowers is domed, on non-disbudded plants an individual flower is arranged singly and in clusters
STEM: thin, weakly edged in cross-section, not hollow, laterals without flower buds or flowers are present, one internode between epicalyx and lowest node with flowering laterals, laterals with flower buds or flowers of second order present, total length of seven internodes directly below flower is very short, fifth internode directly below flower is very short to short
LEAF BLADE: obovate shape, short to medium length, medium width, straight to slightly recurved along longitudinal axis, upper side is weakly concave in cross-section, blue-green to green on upper side, medium thick waxy layer, no spiny ciliation of margin
EPICALYX: position of outer lobes in relation to calyx are adpressed, acuminate apex of outer and inner lobes, short apex of outer and inner lobes
CALYX: short, cylindrical
CALYX LOBE: flat along longitudinal axis (tip excluded), no anthocyanin colouration, long acute shape, medium length
FLOWER BUD: obovoid shape immediately before colour shows, no extrusion of styles
FLOWER: double type, few petals, pink colour group, fragrance present
COROLLA: small to medium diameter, short, profile of upper and lower part in lateral view is flat
PETAL: predominant shape is type 1, undulating and folded surface, crenate-dentate margin, shallow to medium depth of incisions of margin, very short to short, narrow, one colour on inner side (claw excluded), inner side is red pink (RHS 52C), no secondary colour, macule present
OVARY: rhomboid to elliptic shape, whitish base, ribbed surface
STYLE: two and three, short to medium length, no shoulder
Origin & Breeding History: 'KLEDP10105' is one of eleven different naturally occuring mutations of the variety 'St. Oscar' which were discovered and selected by the breeder, Martin Glawe, in Stuttgart, Germany in 2006. The selection of the eleven mutations was based on their plant vigour, branching and flower colour. The mutations were further evaluated as plants in greenhouse trials in Stuttgart to assess their capacity for early flowering, flower colour stability, good growth, branching and pot performance. Outdoor trials were conducted to assess plant growth and health, continuous flowering ability, abundance of flowers, and tolerance to weather and disease. 'KLEDP10105' was selected from one of these eleven mutation plants.
Tests & Trials: The detailed description of 'KLEDP10105' is based on the UPOV report of Technical Examination, application number 2011/1713, purchased from the Raadvoorplantenrassen in Wageningen, Netherlands. The trials were conducted by the Naktuinbouw Variety Center in Roelofarendsveen, Netherlands in 2012. Colour determinations were made using the 2007 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Colour Chart.
Comparison table for 'KLEDP10105' with reference variety 'Brescar'
Colour of petal (RHS)
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