‘Sucre’ rose plant had won a bronze award in 2017 under the ‘Floribunda Roses’ in ‘The 11th International Fragrant Rose Trial in Echigo Hillside Park, Nagaoka Japan’. The fragrance defined as a Damask-Modern crisp scent of an elegant tea rose on fruity lychee base.
HibisQs® Adonicus Rosa hibiscus characterised by globular pale pink petals contrasted with a bright red core had a name that was triggered by Adonis from Greek folklore that represented the ideal summer blossom.
HibisQs® Boreas White hibiscus characterised by its white creamy petals contrasted with a bright red core. Boreas which was named after the Greek Mythology is believed to be “God of the north wind’ who fought with Persians for his wife at sea of Artemision.
HibisQs® New Apollo hibiscus has a blend of light orange and yellow outer petals and dark orangey centre that mellows gradually to meet its counterpart. Apollo is the God of beauty, poetry and music in ancient Greek myth.
HibisQs® Petit™ Sunrise hibiscus distinguished by smaller flower bloom in the Petit™ series for modern consumers geared towards a minimalist lifestyle. HibisQs® Petit sunrise needs light and should be placed in a bright spot to catch the sunlight to encourage flowering.
HibisQs® Petit™ Orange is a newly developed type of hibiscus that produces many small flowers in yellow petals with a dark red core. In 2017, HibisQs® Petit Orange was first unveiled in Germany and also awarded as ‘Plant of the Year’ at the Chelsea Flower Show.
HibisQs® Adonicus Yellow hibiscus has demure-looking petals in non-conspicuous lines. Distinct by a bright red heart coupled with yellow stamens, it looks gorgeous and suitable as a patio plant. The Adonicus Yellow hibiscus blooms all year round.
HibisQs® Dark Grace hibiscus has a faint pink lining at the edge of the red flower petals that differentiate it from the rest of the red hibiscus flowers. The collection of lovely hibiscus line was a creation by Graff Breeding® A/S Denmark.
HibisQs® Afrodite Red hibiscus with fiery stunning red petals accentuated by yellow stamens was a name inspired by Aphrodite, the beautiful Greek goddess and mother of Adonis, representing symbols of love and pleasure.