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(12) United States Plant Patent Egger (54) ACANTHUS PLANT NAMED ‘WHITEWATER’

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(50) Latin Name: Acanthus spp. Varietal Denomination:

(75) Inventor:

U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS

Whitewater PP4,516 P PP4,602 P

Janet N. Egger, Wilsonville, OR (US)

(Us) Notice:

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

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ware 2011/ 10 Citation for ‘Whitewater’.*

Anonymous Bear’s Breeches Acanthus ‘Whitewater’ from Saunders Brothers Inc. Available at http://www.saundersbrothers.com

Primary Examiner * Wendy C Haas

Prior Publication Data

Int. Cl. A01H 5/00

Engelmann ................. .. Plt./373 Cobia ......................... .. Plt./373

* cited by examiner

Apr. 12, 2010

US 2011/0252528 P1

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4/1980 10/1980

accessed Sep. 30, 2011*

(21) Appl.No.: 12/798,838

(65)

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UPOV ROM GTITM Computer Database, GTI Jouve Retrieval Soft

Subject to any disclaimer, the term of this patent is extended or adjusted under 35

U.S.C. 154(b) by 377 days.

(22) Filed:

Jan. 22, 2013

References Cited

(73) Assignee: Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc., Canby, OR (*)

US PP23,342 P3

(10) Patent N0.: (45) Date of Patent:

(74) Attorney, Agent, or Firm * Klarquist Sparkman, LLP

Oct. 13, 2011

(57) (2006.01)

US. Cl. .................................... .. Plt./263.1; Flt/373 Field of Classi?cation Search ................. .. Flt/373,

ABSTRACT

A new and distinct form of Acanthus plant characterized by

variegated leaves and excellent vigor.

Flt/263.1

See application ?le for complete search history.

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Botanical denomination: Acanthus spp.

Variety designation: ‘Whitewater’. Parentage: Acanthusx‘Summer Beauty’xAcanthus mollis TASMANIAN ANGEL®.

The new variety has been reproduced only by asexual propagation (division and micropropagation), using the nor mal organ method where tip and lateral buds are cultured. Each of the progeny exhibits identical characteristics to the

original plant. Asexual propagation by division and micro

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

propagation as done in Canby, Oreg., shows that the forego

The present invention relates to a new and distinct cultivar ofA canthus, given the name, ‘Whitewater’ . Acanthus is in the

established and transmitted through succeeding propaga

family Acanthaceae. This new variety originated from a

planned cross between Acanthusx‘Summer Beauty’ (an unpatented plant) as the seed parent and Acanthus mollis TASMANIAN ANGEL® (an unpatented plant) as the pollen parent. Compared to the seed parent, Acanthusx‘Summer Beauty’, the new cultivar has variegated leaves and pink 15 tinted ?owers and bracts rather than unvariegated leaves and white ?owers with purple bracts. Compared to the pollen parent, Acanthus mollis TASMANIAN ANGEL® the new

ing characteristics and distinctions come true to form and are

tions. The present invention has not been evaluated under all

possible environmental conditions. The phenotype may vary with variations in environment without a change in the geno

type of the plant. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 shows side by side 9 month old specimens of Acan thus TASMANIAN ANGEL® (on the left) and Acanthus ‘Whitewater’ (on the right) for comparison of their siZe and

cultivar has a much more vigor, longer leaves, and taller ?owers. Grown side by side under the same conditions Acan thus ‘Whitewater’ at 18 months from tissue culture will have

vigor at the same age.

double the plant spread and taller ?ower spikes thanAcanthus mollis TASMANIAN ANGEL®. Two-year-old plants of

growing in two gallon containers in spring in Canby, Oreg.

Acanthus ‘Whitewater’ will not go fully dormant overwinter in Canby, Oreg. and will be of larger siZe thanAcanthus mollis 2

FIG. 2 shows two, two-year-old Acanthus ‘Whitewater’

DETAILED PLANT DESCRIPTION

TASMANIAN ANGEL®. While Acanthus mollis TASMANIAN ANGEL® is a very

The following is a detailed description of the newAcanthus

nice variegated plant, it does not have very much vigor. It

cultivar based on observations sixteen-month-old one gallon

has very good hardiness and heat tolerance and grows as well in the southern US as in Oregon. This new Acanthus has the

from a high of 95 degrees F. in August to an average of 32

good characteristics of both parents and it is distinct in its combination of variegated leaves and excellent vigor.

per year. The color descriptions are all based on The Royal

plants grown in a cool greenhouse in Canby, Oreg. Canby is often fails to return after one winter when grown outside. In USDA Zone 8 it fails to thrive. Acanthusx‘Summer Beauty’ 30 Zone 8 on the USDA Hardiness map. Temperatures range degrees F. in January. Normal rainfall in Canby is 42.8 inches

Horticultural Society Colour Chart, 3”‘ edition.

US PP23,342 P3 Plant:

FloWer bud: Size.i20 mm long and 12 mm Wide at the Widest point

F0rm.4Clumping rosette, herbaceous perennial.

prior to opening.

Cold hardinesxiUsDA Zone 7-11.

DescriplioniTubular.

SI'ZK4GI‘OWS to 52 cm Wide and 55 cm tall to the top of 5

the ?owers.

Surface lexlureishort pubescence. ColariYellow 4D With tints of Red 36D. FloWer:

l?goriExcellent. Leaf:

ij/peiZygomorphic, bisexual, borne in 4 ranks.

ij/peisimple.

Shapeishort tubular, loWer lip three lobed. Size.~42 mm long and 19 mm Wide.

ArrangemenLiBasal rosette. 10

Blade size.%}roWs to 23 cm long and 17.5 cm Wide.

ShapeAOVate, pinnati?d With lobes oblong, toothed,

obtuse, lateral lobes folded somewhat, tube and cen tral lobe limb White 155A, lateral lobe limbs and

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Base-icordateSurface lexlure.%ilabrous ontop side andpubescent on veins on bottom side and along margin. Peliale descriplioniGrows to 14 cm long and 6 mm 20

Wide, pubescent, Yellow Green 1453 Leaf colariTop side Green 137A With a variable -

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amount of mottled vanegation (strongest on the mar-

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loWer limb, lobes entire, 5 mm deep and 7 mm Wide,

Margms'£oarsely spmose'serrate' ApemiAcuw

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Short mbe 3 mm long and 6 mm Wlde and a 3 lobed

Softly Spiny V Z. P. ' t ena ion'i Inna 6'

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Corolla descrlpllonqo mm long a_nd 19 mm Wlde,

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lobes White 155A With Red Purple 70B prominent on veins and tinting the rest on top and bottom side,

bottom side glabrous, inside sparsely pubescent. Calyx descripzionilrregularly 4 parted, upper sepal obovate, irregularly spinose on top, sides entire, base 7 mm Wlde, grows to 48 mm long and 15 mm Wlde,

cupped, YelloW White 158C With veins and top 1/3 nmed Red Purple 70B on top and bottom slde; lower sepal oblong, 32 mm long and 10 to 12 mm Wide, .

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long1tud1nally folded in half, s1des entire, t1p shal

glps)’ Whlte 155A’ bqnomflde Yellow Green 1416A 25

loWly 2 lobed acute, base clasping, YelloW White

With less mottled vanegation than on the tops1de, White 155A In?orescence: iypeiBracteate long stalked spike With ?oWers opposite, 30

158C Very lightly timed Red Purple 70B near top. lateral sepal lobes ovate, 6 mm long and 5 mm Wide,

Number of?owerxiUp to 50 per spike. Size of in?orescenceiGrows to 40 cm tall and 9 cm

wide'

entire, obtuse, attenuate, YelloW White 158C. Pislil descripliani35 mm long, ovary 6 mm long and 4 mm Wide, YelloW 4C, style 30 mm long, stigma and

Style Yellow Whlte 158A Smme” [email protected]_c”P”0"-%l 1n number’ ?laments 19 mm

long, Wh1te 155A t1nted Red Purple 70A, anthers 8

Sig/11336385225? 10756151’ 11232“: 155D and

Peduncle.%}roWs to 55 cm tall and 6 mm Wide, pubes cent, Green YelloW 1D beloW the ?oWers and Greyed 3 5

FragrancaiNOnQ

Purple 186A With the ?oWers.

LaslingnesxiA spike blooms for about 5 Weeks on the

PediceliNone.

BracmiProminent, 1 large beloW each ?oWer, cupped,

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plant. Bloom periodiMay through June in Canby, Oreg.

ovate, irregularly and sparsely spinose-lacerate, tip

Fruit: None. spinose, base obtuse, groWs to 32 mm long and 19 mm 40 Seed: None, sterile. Pests and diseases: Acanlhus are susceptible to poWdery mil Wide Without the spinous lacerations Which can each deW and fungal and bacterial leaf spots. The neW cultivar groW to 10 mm long and 2 mm Wide at the base, has no knoWn resistances but has shoWn no problems in pubescent on margins and bottom side, topside gla Canby, Oreg. brous, YelloW White 15 8C With veins and top 1A tinted I claim: Red Purple 70B on top and bottom side; 2 lateral 45 1. A neW and distinct form of Acanlhus plant substantially

bracts lanceolate, entire, acuminate, 16 mm long and 1.5 mm Wide, YelloW White 158C With vein Red Purple 70B.

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Acanthus plant named 'Whitewater'

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