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Mussaenda 'Clara L. Davide'
It has white bracts; its calyx lobes are all petaloid, cream, with Neyron Rose tinge, edges and veins. It has one larger bract that is obovate to almost round with many small elliptic lanceolate bracts, which twist and turn and surround the true flowers. The corolla lobes and the center are Cadmium Orange. It takes weeks before flowers’ color starts to fade. It flowers almost whole year round. This variety is named after UPLB professor Dr. Clara L. Davide, wife of UP Regent Romulo G. Davide, the pioneer of the nationally-implemented Farmer-Scientist Training Program.
Category:
Ornamental crop variety
Patent Type:
Plant variety protection
Patent Status:
Registered

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