Godetia ‘Flamingo Rose Eye’
Years Trialed: 2001
Beautiful color (5); Stiff stems, similar color to lavendar, bit more rose, very showy, holds up in summer; Uniform B Took the heat pretty well, I think that it performed very well for godetia planted so late in the spring in the South (zone 7a); Long lasting; We grew in greenhouse and have never had luck with godetia until now B It bloomed until 6/30/01 and had to remove it because of spider mites B We are trying it as a winter crop too B We think we can do better with it in the winter; Unique, exotic looking flowers, cluster on one stem.
None; We are too hot for summer production (IL), all plants dead by 8/15; Too short to harvest, melted in heat; Flower size was small, could have been because we got it in so late (zone 7a); Needed cooler weather and more nutrients to get good stem length.
|Yield (stems/plant)||Stem Length (inches)||Market Appreciation Rating – Wholesale (1)||Market Appreciation Rating – Retail (1)||Market Appreciation Rating – Consumer (1)||Repeat Again Rating (2)||Ease of Cultivation Rating (2)||Average Spacing (in2)|
|Range of Responses||0-9||6-30||3-5||5||3-5||1-5||2-5||36-240|
(1) 1 to 5 scale, with 5 being the best. Market ratings are based on sales to wholesalers, retailers, or final consumers direct.
301 Natividad Rd.
Salinas, CA 93906