|CRYPTANTHUS ‘Dr Steve’||Richtmyer, Carole||2012|
Mature, open large rosette to 45cm. diameter. First leaves are petiolate and later growth is broader (to 4.5cm. wide), heavily-scurfed, mottled lime green and light green, etiolated, arching and densely serrated. Rosette flattens at blooming with a central cluster of white flowers. Named in honour of Cryptanthus Society President Dr. Steve Reynolds. Reg. Doc. 3/2018.
Country of origin: Texas USA
|Seed Parent: Key Lime Pie||Pollen Parent: Kaleidoscope|
|Cryptanthus Society Journal Vol. 33:1: pp.24,25. (Jan-March, 2018).|