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Chamelaucium 'Lullfitz Selection'

Chamelaucium uncinatum 'Lullfitz Selection'

ORIGIN: Chamelaucium 'Lullfitz Selection' is a form of C. uncinatum selected by George Lullfitz of Wanneroo, Western Australia.Cultivar first received by the Authority on the 9th Sept 1977. The applicant was Mr. George Lullfitz of Wanneroo, Western Ausralia.

DIAGNOSIS: This cultivar is similiar to other forms of C. uncinatum but it can be readily distinguished by its early flowering habit which starts in June in Western Australia and finishes when the other forms are at their peak in August/September. The flowers are of average size, being ca. 15mm in diameter , opening a fresh pink with almost a brown tinge and deepening with age to dark pink.The small petals recurve as they age.

COLOUR CODING: R.H.S. Colour Chart 1966

Freshly opened flower:

Petal near purple group 78B

Staminal collar white group 155B

Centre greyed-purple group 184C

Mid-aged flower:

Petal purple group 78B

Staminal collar white group 155D

Centre greyed-purple group 184C

Old flower:

Petal purple-violet group 81C

Staminal collar purple-violet group 81C

Centre violet group 86A

ACRA REFERENCES: ACC139, ACRA03, CBG8305901

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 18 November 1982