|Trade name:||Sunny Igloo|
|Botanical Name:||Chrysanthemum ×morifolium|
Aris Horticulture Inc.
P.O. Box 230
United States of America
Mark Smith, Syngenta Flowers, Inc., Gilroy, United States of America
|Agent in Canada:||
Keepsake Plants, Ltd.
268 Seacliff Drive West
Tel: 519-326-6121 ext.213
|Grant of Rights Date:||2009-12-14|
|Grant of Rights Termination Date:||2027-12-14|
Variety used for comparison: 'Janice'
Summary: 'Sunny Yoigloo' has a longer leaf blade length with a longer terminal lobe than 'Janice'. 'Sunny Yoigloo' has a smaller flower head diameter than 'Janice'. The ray florets of 'Sunny Yoigloo' are reflexing along the longitudinal axis while the ray florets of 'Janice' are incurved. 'Sunny Yoigloo' has slightly lighter yellow ray florets than 'Janice'.
PLANT: natural season cultivation for pot production
STEM: green, very weak anthocyanin colouration
LEAF: attenuate to acute base, diverging to parallel margins of sinus between lateral lobes, medium green
FLOWER HEAD: double decorative type, self coloured, yellow colour group, medium intensity of colour
RAY FLORETS: dense, ligulate type, very narrow to narrow, reflexing longitudinal axis of majority, weak curvature, flat to convex in cross section, emarginate tip, yellow on upper side, solid colour pattern, light yellow on lower side
DISC: enlarged tubular, small central mass of disc florets, yellow green to light yellow before anther dehiscence, yellow to brown orange at anther dehiscence.
Origin & Breeding History: 'Sunny Yoigloo' originated from a naturally occurring whole plant mutation of the parent variety 'Warm Yoigloo'. The new variety was discovered and selected by the breeder in December 2003, in Alva, Florida, USA. The selection of this variety was based on its early natural season flowering time, uniform plant growth habit, inflorescence form, inflorescence size and floret colour. Asexual reproduction by vegetative tip cuttings was first conducted in Alva, Florida, USA in February 2004.
Tests & Trials: Trials for 'Sunny Yoigloo' were conducted outdoors during the summer of 2008 in St. Thomas, Ontario. The trial consisted of a total of 15 plants per variety. All plants were grown from liners (cuttings were stuck on June 2, 2008). Observations and measurements were taken from 10 plants of each variety on September 15, 2008. All colour determinations were made using the 2001 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Colour Chart.
Comparison tables for 'Sunny Yoigloo' with reference variety 'Janice'
Leaf blade length (cm)
Flower head diameter (cm)
Length of ray floret (cm)
Colour of ray floret (RHS)
|lower side||8C||9A (darker than)|
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