Yet again, Hem Genetics managed to introduce lots of both new and improved varieties into its Pansy and Viola series. Sales representatives Marco Laan and René Knijn present you the highlights in their Corina series and Cello series.
Pansy F1 Cello
In recent years, the Pansy Cello series has built a solid reputation in the market of large-flowered pansies. Cello pansies are early flowering and have a non-stretching, well-branched and sturdy plant habit. Pansy F1 Cello is suited for spring and autumn production. The series consists of twenty-eight pure and blotched colors, and is available in both normal and primed seed.
Viola F1 Corina
The focus in breeding Viola Corina is to create a series of colors which are early flowering, in combination with a compact uniform plant habit and a very tight flowering window across the colors. These characteristics make Corina suitable for both spring and autumn production. Corina has a well-branched and mounded plant habit that flowers abundantly throughout the season and performs excellent in pots, baskets or mixed containers. The Corina series consists of twenty-eight vibrant colors and is available in both normal and primed seed.