This hybrid is from two of the largest flowering species and produce large flowers like fasciolatum on tall spikes with colour similar to a pale kentuckiense. The mottling on the tepals is very attractive. The cross has proved very successful and my show plants have bulked up quite well over the past two years.
It was originally registered by W Frosch in 2003 and has proved a very successful cross and does not appear to have any special cultivation requirements. Good flowering sized plants available.
Plants are sent out to UK customers during the dormancy season from OCTOBER to MARCH in 1.5 lt pots of the appropriate mix.
All plants are fully checked when sent out to ensure quality and they are disease free. Any complaints should be made within 14 days of receipt. We cannot be held responsible in the following spring if the plants failed to come up or do not flower as there are many factors out of our control. If I have a specific batch which develops problems I will contact all purchasers in the spring.