AFS description: ‘Herps
Saxhoorn’ – No
8247 (Waldenmaier 2013) Single. Upright. COROLLA:
quarter flared, folded shape, turned up petal margins; opens
& matures red orange (42B); 17mm (5/8”) long x 15mm (9/16”) wide.
SEPALS are horizontal, tips reflexed; reddish orange (43C) upper
surface; pink (43D) lower surface; 30mm (1 3/16") long x 9mm (5/16")
wide. TUBE is reddish orange (43C); long, thick; 47mm (1 7/8") long
x 9mm (5/16”) wide. STAMENS extend 5mm (3/16”) beyond the corolla;
pink (62A) filaments; light yellow (2C) anthers. PISTIL extends 25mm
(1”) beyond the corolla; light pink (62C) style; pale yellow (1D)
stigma. BUD is elongated. FOLIAGE is dark green (137A) upper
surface; medium green (138A) lower surface. Leaves are 90mm (3
9/16") long x 55mm (2 3/16") wide, ovate shaped, smooth edges, acute
tips, rounded bases. Veins & branches are green, stems are red.
PARENTAGE: [F. magdalenae x F. fulgens grandiflora (55
x pentaploid)] x ‘Waternymph’. Medium upright. Makes good upright.
Prefers overhead filtered light. Best bloom & foliage color in
filtered light. Tested 3 years in Herpen, The Netherlands. Fuchsia
Nieuwigheden Certificering. Distinguished by flower length & turned