|Coral Suprême (Klehm 1981). Gorgeous semi-double with beautiful salmon-coral blossoms atop vigorous, healthy plants. Unique cup formed flowers are a result of many years experience by the originator.
Salmon Dream (Reath 1979). Hybrid; pale salmon pink, semi-double, flat flower. Reliable, good substance, pollen and seeds. Sturdy stems, early bloom with other lobata hybrids, deep green glossy foliage. Sets seed very easily. Does not form adventitious buds on root cuttings, therefore slower of propagation. Proven useful for hybridizing.
Cytherea (Saunders 1953). Hybrid; semi-double cup-shaped flower. The rose-pink flowers in sun but not in vase. The stem is 80 cm of length. Excellent, long lasting cut flower for garden or company. Flowering early midseason.
Coral Sunset (Wissing-Carl G Klehm 1981). Intense coral blossoms with overtones of rose and accented by full, deep yellow stamen centers. Outstanding plant habit.
Coral Charm (Wissing 1964). Hybrid; a coral pink flower with an orange undertone. The semi-double flower with yellow golden stamens cover a wide, vigorous bush. Flowers are fading to peach pink while standing in the sun. The stem is 100 cm of length with one flower each. Flowering early season.