Abstract: A new variety of poinsettia plant having the important characteristics of the red variety Gutbier's V-14 (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,384), known commercially as "Glory", including the unique ability to produce numerous side shoots on its stem and the production of bracts with short petioles which prevent tubing, but distinguished by the fact that its bracts have a distinctive pink color.
Abstract: A new variety of poinsettia plant distinguished by having the unique characteristics of the red GUTBIER'S V-10 (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,235) in all respects except that the new plant has a distinct white color.
Abstract: A new and distinctive variety of poinsettia plant distinguished by the distinctive coloration of its bracts, which are marbled with shades of white and pink, and further characterized by being substantially identical with the red GUTBIER'S V-10 (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,235) except with respect to color of the bracts.
Abstract: A new poinsettia cultivar which is substantially the same as the variety Gutbier's V-10 (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,235) with respect to form, growth and blooming habits, differing only that this new variety has a pleasing and distinctive pink coloration of its bracts.
Abstract: A new poinsettia cultivar having the unique physical and growth characteristics of the variety named Poinsettia V-14 (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,384), now named Glory, except that this new plant has its red bracts flecked and streaked with pink.
Abstract: A new white poinsettia cultivar orginated as a mutation of V-14 Pink (application Ser. No. 185,121 filed Sept. 5, 1980 and now U.S. Plant Pat. No. 4,808 and having substantially the same physical characteristics and habits as the parent plant.
Abstract: A new pink poinsettia of the "curly" type which originated as a hybrid seedling and is distinguished by the extraordinary shape of its leaves and bracts which grow abundantly on strong, straight stems of medium height. The wide bracts overlap each other in a more-or-less counterclockwise fashion and form a round cushion-like appearance atop a column of many green leaves carried on a relatively heavy stem.
Abstract: A new variety of poinsettia plant of the "curly" type distinguished by the shape of its leaves and bracts, the yellowish white color of the bracts, and by its vigorous growth habit with little tendency to branch.
Abstract: A new poinsettia cultivar of the curly type originating as a hybrid seedling and being distinguished by the dark red color of its bracts and the unique shape of the leaves and bracts which are abundant in number and are carried on strong, straight stems of medium height, the bracts being in a generally imbricated arrangement and forming a round cushion-like appearance with a diameter of from about 5 to 71/2 inches.
Abstract: The present disclosure describes a new Poinsettia cultivar, `130`, having bright yellow flower bracts and dark green foliage. The contrast between the yellow bracts and green foliage are particularly pleasing. The overall height of a flowering plant is relatively short, with short bract petioles resulting in a tight center to the flower bract presentation.
Abstract: The present invention describes a Poinsettia cultivar, designated `8-84`, that is vigorous and self-branching, having a medium height with large, bicolored, red with pink-flecked flower bracts. `8-84` originated as a sport of the red bracted cultivar of plant U.S. Plant No. 5,492. `8-84` has self-branching traits which make it desirable for branched plant production, and can be flowered in a relatively cool greenhouse, making it economical to grow commercially.