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Mussaenda 'Doña Aurora'
‘Doña Aurora’ has calyx lobes all petaloid, creamy to greenish-white above; prominent greenish-white veins below. After anthesis, lobes become more greenish-tinged, slightly curved and limp. It is named after the wife of former President Manuel L. Quezon. It was first found in 1915 in the vicinity of Mt. Makiling as a spontaneous mutant of the species Mussaenda philippica. It has been utilized as one of the parents in the development of the mussaenda hybrids.
Category:
Ornamental crop variety
Patent Type:
Plant variety protection
Patent Status:
Registered

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