|xSINCORPHYTUM ‘Rising Red Star’||Georgusis, James||2017|
Mature plant consisting of one seedling which formed a large clump of 9 rosettes measuring a spread of 30" (75cm.) x 15" (37cm.) high. Glossy bright red, narrow leaves even when not in bloom. The clump has four inflorescences which rise above the flattened rosette about 5-6 " (to 15cm.) which are compound and display 3- petaled white flowers. Inner leaves surrounding the inflorescence turn intense scarlet during flowering. This clumping habit can be attributed to the O.. saxicola parent. Reg. Doc. 3/2020.
Country of origin: Louisiana USA
|Seed Parent: Orthophytum saxicola||Pollen Parent: Sincoraea navioides|