Lysionotus ‘Pudding’

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  • Photographer: Ron Myhr
  • Grown by: Robert Hall

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Lysionotus  ‘Pudding’ was created by Katsuaki Tanaka of Japan, likely in the 1990s. It can make a dramatic, large and attractive plant. The clear yellow flowers show well against the glossy dark goliage. It is reported by Toshijiro Okuto that L. ‘Pudding’ was a cross of Lysionotus pauciflorus and an unnamed species with yellow flowers from Yunnan, China.

The feature plant above was exhibited at the 2013 convention of the Gesneriad Society.

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