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Mussaenda 'Gining Imelda'
Mussaenda ‘Gining Imelda’ has calyx lobes all petaloid, ovate-elliptic to ovate-orbicular; above, basally greenish to creamy white along veins, suffused with orient pink along apical half and between veins, slightly darker (claret rose) along margins with dense, minute reddish-pink hairs; below, pale green to creamy-white; after anthesis, color fades easily, lobes become faccid and curled. This variety is named after the wife of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos.
Category:
Ornamental crop variety
Patent Type:
Plant variety protection
Patent Status:
Registered

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