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‘IAC Jaraguá’ - new Hippeastrum cultivar for São Paulo state


‘IAC Jaraguá’ is a floriferous bulbous produced by the hybridization of species of the genus Hippeastrum, Amaryllidaceae family. In the spring, it produces two floral escapes with four flowers with petals of salmon coloration with very light green center in star format. It is easily propagated by lateral bulblets that blossom after 1 or 2 years of culture in open field. It offers a multipurpose product: bulb for vase, garden plant and cut flower, with sufficiently different characteristics of the Dutch hybrids of amaryllis, reason for which are called by the regional nomenclature of “açucena”.

ISSN: 2447-536X

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