|ALCANTAREA ‘Goldilocks’||? / Rob Smythe *||?|
Mature, open large rosette to 1.4 metres diameter x 40cm. high. Light green , semi-glossy, pliant, outspreading, straight leaves. Erect, light red-bracted, branched spike to 1.8 metres tall with wide, either horizontal or semi-pendulous branches. Double-humped, yellow floral bracts, (3.4cm. wide x 3.5cm. long), a result from pressure from nectar, which exudes copiously in wet weather. Buttercup yellow, spiralescent petals with exserted stamens. Grown In Australia but it's exact origin is unknown. Possibly it's a natural species variant of wild-growing Alc. nahoumii. Reg. Doc. 11/2017 by Rob Smythe .
Country of origin: Australia / Brazil ?
|Seed Parent: nahoumii ?||Pollen Parent: '|
|R Smythe code # RSS0997|
|File: '||Alcantarea nahoumi study, 'Goldilocks', query. R Smythe.doc' not found.|