|Red Adair R.Salmon Sensation x R. javanicum
Appropiately named, Red Adair catches fire as one of the reddest reds among vireyas. Somewhat double-flowered.
|Red Prince R. javanicum hybrid?
An excellent bushy growth habit with glossy leaves. The trusses are composed of with 13-14 very deep pink flowers per truss.
|Red Rover R. viriosum x R. javanicum
Scarlet red flower. Growing slowly for us outside, but appears to be well branched and bushy at an early age.
|Red Sox Salmon Sensation X R. javanicum
Intense, deep, pure red with bright glossy leaves. Mounding growth habit. Not a rapid grower, but sure attracts attention when it's in bloom.
|Richard Marques (R. zoelleri x R. leucogigas) X R. laetum
A fascinating, excellent plant. A pink-haloed white and fragrant flower. Foliage is a dark, purple-black color even in the greenhouse, but darker in the sun. Grows in an upright fashion similar to Harry Wu.
|Ring of Fire Cherry Liqueur X Narnia
Intense, intense red corolla with a dense yellow throat and orange fading to yellow on the outside. Very eyecatching. Recently planted out, it seems to have an upright growth habit similar to Belisar.
|Rob's Favorite R. viriosum X R. macgregoriae
A distinctive shade of vermilion red, 10-12 flowers per truss with broadly elliptical leaves. A lower, spreading habit seems to be developing.
|Rocky's Mom (Felinda X (R. aurigeranum x Dr. Hermann Sleumer)) X R. javanicum
Nine or more deep orange flowers in big, rounded trusses. Sturdy, rounded shrub, mostly self-branching largely due to profuse flowering.
|Rosie Posie Simbu Sunset X Simbu Sunset
Luscious and unique medium red-orange color break, slightly flushed with yellow toward the throat. Our young plant in the garden is still small, but appears well branched.