Sunny Yogainsville

Chrysanthemum

Denomination: 'Sunny Yogainsville'
Trade name: Sunny Gainsville
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum ×morifolium
Applicant/Holder: Syngenta Crop Protection AG
Schwarzwaldallee 215
Basel
4058
Switzerland
Breeder: Wendy Bergman, Syngenta Flowers, Inc., Alva, United States of America
Agent in Canada: Keepsake Plants, Ltd.
P.O. Box 370
268 Seacliff Drive West
Leamington, Ontario
N8H 3W3
Canada
Tel: 519-326-6121; Ext.224
Application Date: 2005-04-05
Application Number: 05-4689
Date Withdrawn: 2008-11-24

Variety Description

Variety used for comparison: 'Sunny Yoolympia' (Sunny Olympia)

Summary: 'Sunny Yogainseville' has diverging margins of the sinuses between the lateral lobes of the leaf blade whereas those of 'Sunny Yoolympia' are parallel to converging. The ray florets of 'Sunny Yogainesville' are spatulate type with longer corolla tubes than those of 'Sunny Yoolympia' which are ligulate type. The lower side of the ray floret of 'Sunny Yogainesville' is yellow green while it is light yellow for 'Sunny Yoolympia'.

Description:

PLANT: year round cultivation for pot production, spray flowering type, 8 week response group
STEM: green, no anthocyanin colouration

LEAF: dark green, 1.9:1 length/width ratio, acute base, diverging margins of sinus between lateral lobes

INFLORESCENCE: corymbiform
FLOWER HEAD: double decorative type, self-coloured, light yellow colour group, dense ray florets
RAY FLORET: incurved inner ray florets, spatulate outer ray florets, longitudinal axis of majority is straight with a slightly recurved tip, weak curvature, spatulate end, tip ranging from acute to dentate to mamillate, yellow on upper side, solid or nearly solid colour pattern on upper side, yellow green on lower side

Origin & Breeding History: 'Sunny Yogainsville' is a product of a planned breeding program conducted by the breeder, Mrs. Wendy R. Bergman, an employee of Yoder Brothers, Inc. in Barberton, Ohio, USA. It is a naturally occurring whole plant mutation of Chrysanthemum variety 'Yogainesville'. 'Sunny Yogainesville' was discovered and selected in April 2001, as a single flowering plant within a population of 'Yogainesville' plants growing in a controlled environment in Fort Myers, Florida, USA. The selection of this plant was based on its uniform plant growth habit, desirable inflorescence form and floret colours, fast response time and excellent post-production longevity. Asexual reproduction of 'Sunny Yogainesville' by vegetative tip cuttings was first conducted in Fort Myers, Florida, USA in July 2001.

Tests & Trials: Trials for 'Sunny Yogainesville' were conducted in the fall of 2007 at Yoder Canada Ltd. in Leamington, Ontario. They were performed under greenhouse conditions similar to those used in commercial Chrysanthemum production. 40 unrooted cuttings per variety were directly stuck into 15 cm pots with 4 cuttings per pot and 10 pots per variety. The pots were spaced 30 cm apart. The plants were pinched once prior to short day treatment. All plants had the central bud removed. Observations and measurements were taken from 10 plants of each variety on October 29, 2007. All colour determinations were made using the 2001 Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) Colour Chart.


Comparison tables for 'Sunny Yogainsville' with reference variety 'Sunny Yoolympia'

Length of ray floret corolla tube (cm)

  'Sunny Yogainsville' 'Sunny Yoolympia'
mean 2.5 1.0
std. deviation 0.41 0.35

Colour of ray floret (RHS)

  'Sunny Yogainsville' 'Sunny Yoolympia'
lower side 1D 4D with more yellow tones

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Sunny Yogainsville
Chrysanthemum: 'Sunny Yogainseville' (left) with reference variety 'Sunny Yoolympia' (right)

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Sunny Yogainsville
Chrysanthemum: 'Sunny Yogainseville' (left) with reference variety 'Sunny Yoolympia' (right)

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