You would immediately notice Déjà Vu!® from her very large head and impressive yellow shade with orange-red tips. She has a big bud, long stem and is a very good grower. Déjà Vu!® has a good vaselife lasting up to a fortnight.
Tradename is the commercial name under which a variety is sold. Often referred to as the "variety name". Sometime the name is officially trademarked.
"denomination" is the generic name given by the breeder and must be used by anyone who markets the variety.
The commercial status of a product show whether a variety is still in a code (testing) phase or sold commercially already to growers.
Flower size is the diameter size of the flower in cm. at 70% open stage.
number of flower petals. a rang give two numbers from "x till y" choice of numbers is free.
Tenability, is vaselife in days after transport. give number of days in a range from "x" till y"
Thorniness is the scale to show how many thorns a stem has. 1-Thornless, 2 light, 3 moderate, 4- moderately strong, 5- strong
Flower production in stems per year per m2, grown in substrate with assimilation lighting
The average stem-length in cm.
Height of the bud in harvesting stage in cm. Latin America.
Flower production in stems per plant per month in Latin America