Sunvioda

Viola

Denomination: 'Sunvioda'
Trade name: Violina Orange
Botanical Name: Viola cornuta
Applicant/Holder: Suntory Flowers Limited
Administrative Division
4-17-5 Shiba, Minato-ku
Tokyo
108-0014
Japan
Breeder: Naoto Takamura, Suntory Flowers Limited, Shiga, Japan
Agent in Canada: BioFlora Inc.
38723 Fingal Line
R.R. #1
St. Thomas, Ontario
N5P 3S5
Canada
Tel: 519-631-6241
Application Date: 2007-06-25
Application Number: 07-5934
Grant of Rights Date: 2009-05-25
Certificate Number: 3516
Date rights surrendered: 2015-05-11

Variety Description

Variety used for comparison: 'Sunvioki' (Violina Yellow)

Summary: 'Sunvioda' has narrower plants than 'Sunvioki'. The flowers of 'Sunvioda' have longer upper petals and broader lower petals than 'Sunvioki'. The upper side of the upper petal of 'Sunvioda' is yellow orange while that of 'Sunvioki' is yellow. The upper side of the lateral and lower petals of 'Sunvioda' is orange while it is yellow for 'Sunvioki'. 'Sunvioda' has a small yellow spot at the base of the lower petal whereas 'Sunvioki' does not.

Description:

PLANT: semi-upright growth habit
PEDUNCLE: sparse pubescence

LEAF BLADE: elliptic to ovate, obtuse apex, cuneate base, crenate margin, medium green on upper side, sparse pubescence, weak glossiness on upper side

SEPAL: lanceolate, acute to cuspidate apex, light green, sparse to medium pubescence

UPPER PETAL: yellow orange on upper side
LATERAL PETAL: orange on upper side, weakly conspicuous stripe type markings on upper side
LOWER PETAL: orange on upper side with a small yellow spot at base near throat, moderately conspicuous stripe type markings on upper side

Origin & Breeding History: 'Sunvioda' originated from a cross between the female parent designated '0V-128-1' and the male parent designated '0V-40-1' which was conducted in April 2002 at the Omi R&D Center of Suntory Flowers Ltd. in Higashiomi-shi, Shiga-ken, Japan. In April 2003, one seedling was selected for its spreading growth habit, flower size and flower colour. This seedling was propagated by cuttings, planted in pots and subjected to trials beginning in October 2003. It was concluded that this variety is distinct, uniform and stable and as a result was named 'Sunvioda'.

Tests & Trials: Trials for 'Sunvioda' were conducted during the spring of 2008 at BioFlora Inc. in St. Thomas, Ontario. There were 15 plants of each variety. All plants were grown from rooted cuttings and transplanted into 11.5 cm pots on March 17, 2007. Observations and measurements were taken from 10 plants or parts of plants of each variety on May 1, 2008. All colour determinations were made using the 2001 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Colour Chart.


Comparison tables for 'Sunvioda' with reference variety 'Sunvioki'

Plant width (cm)

  'Sunvioda' 'Sunvioki'
mean 26.0 30.3
std. deviation 1.17 1.25

Upper petal length (cm)

  'Sunvioda' 'Sunvioki'
mean 2.2 1.9
std. deviation 0.16 0.09

Lower petal width (cm)

  'Sunvioda' 'Sunvioki'
mean 2.3 1.9
std. deviation 0.10 0.09

Flower colour (RHS)

  'Sunvioda' 'Sunvioki'
upper petal-upper side 17A darker than 2A
lateral petal-upper side N25D darker than 5A
lower petal-upper side more orange than N25D darker than 6A
lower petal-basal spot 12A N/A

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Viola: 'Sunvioda' (left) with reference variety 'Sunvioki' (right)

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Viola: 'Sunvioda' (left) with reference variety 'Sunvioki' (right)

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