|Previously Proposed Denomination:||'Bellissima'|
|Botanical Name:||Dasiphora fruticosa subsp. fruticosa|
Holdger Hachmann, Hachmann Baumschulen, Barmstedt, Germany
|Agent in Canada:||
38723 Fingal Line
St. Thomas, Ontario
Varieties used for comparison: 'Bo Peep' and 'Lissdan'
Summary: The plant growth habit of 'Hachliss' is semi-spreading whereas that of 'Lissdan' is spreading. The young stem of 'Hachliss' is green tinged lightly with purple whereas that of 'Bo Peep' is purple. The flowers of 'Hachliss' are medium to large whereas those of 'Lissdan' are large. The flower of 'Hachliss' is saucer-shaped in profile whereas that of 'Bo Peep' is flat. The inner side of the petals of 'Hachliss' is purple red whereas that of 'Lissdan' is dark purple red. The outer side of the petals of 'Hachliss' is light yellow orange whereas that of 'Bo Peep' is light red pink with grey tones.
PLANT: semi-spreading growth habit, medium height, very short flowering lateral, continuous flowering
YOUNG STEM: green tinged lightly with purple, sparse to medium density pubescence
TWO-YEAR-OLD STEM: dark brown, peeling bark
LEAF: medium length, medium width, very low to low length to width ratio, brown green (paler and more yellow than RHS 146A), no variegation, medium density pubescence on upper side, absent or very sparse pubescence on lower side, few leaflets, no overlapping of top three leaflets
LEAFLET: narrow elliptic, slightly recurved margin
STIPULES: medium brown
PETIOLE: medium length
FLOWER BUD: ovate, light yellow orange (RHS 18B)
INFLORESCENCE: few to medium number of flowers
PEDICEL: erect attitude
EPICALYX: deltoid, no lateral lobes
FLOWER: medium to large, few petals, saucer-shaped profile
PETAL: medium to long, broad, low length to width ratio, inner side purple red (nearest to RHS 63A, but paler, and more yellow), outer side light yellow orange (nearest to RHS 20D, but slightly more yellow), weak undulation of margin
STAMEN: yellow filament, yellow anther
STIGMA: positioned below anthers
Origin & Breeding History: 'Hachliss' originated from a controlled cross pollination conducted by the breeder in the summer of 2003 in Barmstedt, Germany. The cross was conducted between the female parent variety Potentilla fruticosa 'Rosiflor' and the male parent variety Potentilla fruticosa 'Red Ace'. The new Potentilla variety 'Hachliss' was selected as a single plant in July 2006 based on its plant habit, flowering characteristics (including colour) and resistance to powdery mildew. Asexual reproduction of 'Hachliss' was first conducted in July 2006 by softwood cuttings in Barmstedt, Germany.
Tests & Trials: The detailed description of 'Hachliss' is based on the UPOV report of Technical Examination, application number 20140007, purchased from the Community Plant Variety Office, in Angers, France. The trial was conducted by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany, in Cambridge, United Kingdom, in 2015. The colour determinations were made using the 2007 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Colour Chart.
Comparison table for 'Hachliss' with reference varieties 'Bo Peep' and 'Lissdan'
Petal colour (RHS)
|inner side||nearest to 63A, but paler and more yellow||-||nearest to 53B, but darker|
|outer side||nearest to 20D, but slightly more yellow||nearest to 36B, but with grey tones||-|
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