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Chrysanthemum plant named `Rustic Glow`
PP23428 Chrysanthemum plant named `Rustic Glow`
Patent Drawings:Drawing: PP23428-4    Drawing: PP23428-5    Drawing: PP23428-6    
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Inventor: Adam, Jr.
Date Issued: February 26, 2013
Primary Examiner: McCormick Ewoldt; Susan
Assistant Examiner:
Attorney Or Agent: AKC Patents LLCCollins; Aliki K.
U.S. Class: PLT/290; PLT/287
Field Of Search: PLT/287; PLT/290
International Class: A01H 5/00
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Abstract: A new cultivar of chrysanthemum plant botanically known as Chrysanthemum.times.morifolium, and commercially referred to by the varietal name `Rustic Glow`. The new cultivar has a single flower form with orange red ray florets, uniform habit and flowering response that is late, strong stems, medium green foliage color, good garden habit, and excellent shelf life.
Claim: What is claimed is:

1. A new and distinct variety of Chrysanthemum plant named `Rustic Glow`, substantially as illustrated and described herein.
Description: Latin name of the genus and species of the plant named: Chrysanthemum.times.morifolium.

Variety denomination: `RUSTIC GLOW`.


The present invention relates to a new Chrysanthemum plant botanically known as Chrysanthemum.times.morifolium, and hereinafter referred to by the varietal name `Rustic Glow`.


`Rustic Glow` is a product of a planned breeding program that focuses on obtaining new cultivars of garden chrysanthemums in a range of flower colors that bloom late in the season after other fall mums have passed. These plants exhibit superiorwinter hardiness suitable for northern climates and provide much needed food for bees and beneficial insects.

`Rustic Glow` originated from an open pollinated cross in 2005 at Dunvegan Nursery in Coatesville, Pa. The female parent was the species Chrysanthemum indicum, a semi-double daisy form with yellow and pink ray florets, and medium upright habit. The male parent of `Rustic Glow` is Chrysanthemum.times.koreanum `Sheffield`, with single flowers of pink floret color, and a well-branched habit, producing an abundant amount of pollen. `Rustic Glow` was selected as one flowering plant within theprogeny of the stated cross in November 2005, and grown out of doors in Coatesville, Pa.

The first act of asexual reproduction of `Rustic Glow` was accomplished when vegetative cuttings were propagated from the initial selection in April 2008, in a controlled environment in Coatesville, Pa.


`Rustic Glow` has a single flower form with orange red ray florets, uniform habit and flowering response that is late, strong stems, medium green foliage color, good garden habit, and excellent shelf life.

Horticultural examination of plants grown from cuttings of the plant initiated in April 2008 and continuing thereafter, has demonstrated that the combination of characteristics as herein disclosed for `Rustic Glow` are firmly fixed and areretained through successive generations of asexual reproduction.

`Rustic Glow` has not been observed under all possible environmental conditions. The phenotype may vary significantly with variations in environment such as temperature, light intensity and day length.

`Rustic Glow` has not been made publically available for more than one year prior to this filing.

The following traits have been repeatedly observed and are determined to be basic characteristics of the new variety. The combination of these characteristics distinguishes `Rustic Glow` from all other varieties of chrysanthemum known to theinventors.


The accompanying photographic drawing shows typical flower and foliage characteristics of `Rustic Glow` with colors being as true as possible with an illustration of this type.

FIG. 1 shows a plant of the cultivar in full bloom;

FIG. 2 shows the various stages of bloom of the new cultivar; and

FIG. 3 shows the foliage of the new cultivar.


The plant descriptions and measurements were taken in St. Albans, Vt. in October 2010 under greenhouse conditions. The aforementioned photographs were taken in a studio in St. Albans, Vt. in October 2010. The plants were started and grownin Coatesville, Pa., then shipped to St. Albans, Vt. in July 2010. Plants were grown under greenhouse conditions typical for herbaceous perennial plant production. Color references are made to The Royal Horticultural Society Colour Chart (R.H.S.)2007.

TABLE-US-00001 TABLE 1 Difference between the new variety `Rustic Glow` And `Sheffield` `Rustic Glow` `Sheffield` Flower Color: Orange Red Pink Flower Size: 5-6 cm 7-8 cm Plant Height: 35-40 cm 60-75 cm Bloom Time: October-NovemberSeptember-October

Plant: Form, growth and habit.--Herbaceous garden-type; medium and upright, freely branching. Suitable for garden and pot production. Plant height.--10-15 cm. Plant height (inflorescence included).--46-50 cm. Plant width.--43 cm. Roots:Number of days to initiate roots.--6 days at 18 degrees C. Number of days to produce a rooted cutting.--12 days at 18 degrees C. Type.--Fine, fibrous, free branching. Color.--RHS N155A. Foliage: Arrangement.--Alternate, simple. Immature leaf colorupper surface.--RHS N137B. Lower surface.--RHS 138B. Mature leaf color, upper surface.--RHS 137B. Lower surface.--RHS 137D. Length.--5.5-6 cm. Width.--4.5-5 cm. Shape.--Ovate. Base shape.--Accuminate. Apex shape.--Mucronulate. Margin.--Palmatelylobed, somewhat serrate. Texture, upper surface.--Glabrous. Lower surface.--Pubescent. Color of veins, upper surface.--RHS 139D. Color of veins, lower surface.--RHS 139D. Petiole color.--RHS 137B. Length.--4-5 cm. Diameter.--0.2-0.3 cm. Texture,upper surface.--Glabrous. Lower surface.--Pubescent. Stem: Quantity of main branches per 2 year old 2 gallon plant.--25. Quantity of leaves per branch.--16-18. Color of stem.--RHS 146C. Length of stem.--35-40 cm. Diameter.--0.4-0.5 cm. Length ofinternodes.--1.6-2.2 cm. Texture.--Glabrous. Color of peduncle.--RHS 146C. Length of peduncle.--3-4 cm. Peduncle diameter.--0.2 cm. Texture.--Glabrous. Inflorescence: Type.--Composite type, solitary inflorescence (decorative-type) borne terminallyabove the foliage, ray florets arranged acropetally on a capitulum. Quantity of short days to flowering(response time).--55 days. Quantity of inflorescences per stem.--14-16. Lastingness of individual blooms on the plant.--30 days. Fragrance.--Slight. Bud: (Just before opening/showing color): Color.--RHS 138B. Length.--1-1.5 cm. Width.--0.8-1.2 cm. Shape.--Oblate. Immature inflorescence: Diameter.--5.5 cm. Color of ray florets, upper surface.--Slightly darker than RHS 33D. Lower surface.--Slightly darker than RHS 32D. Mature inflorescence: Diameter.--8.5-9.5 cm. Total diameter of disc.--2 cm. Ray florets: Average quantity of florets.--22-26. Color of florets, upper surface.--RHS 22A. Lower surface.--RHS 22B. Length.--4-4.5 cm. Width.--0.7-0.8 cm. Shape.--Oblong. Apex shape.--Irregularly rounded. Margin.--Entire. Texture, upper surface.--Papillose. Lower surface.--Papillose. Disc florets: Average quantity of florets.--Approximately 220-240. Color offlorets.--RHS 9A. Length.--0.7 cm. Width.--0.2 cm. Shape.--Tubular, elongated. Apex shape.--Accute, 5 pointed. Phyllaries: Quantity.--About 22-24. Color, upper surface.--RHS 143B, with RHS 144D margins which become papery and opaque. Lowersurface.--RHS 139B, with RHS 144D margins which become papery with age and opaque. Length.--0.8-1.0 cm. Width.--0.4-0.5 cm. Shape.--Lanceolate. Apex shape.--Acute. Base.--Fused. Margins.--Entire, becoming papery with age. Texture, uppersurface.--Glossy and smooth. Lower surface.--Pubescent. Reproductive organs: Pistil.--1. Length.--0.7 cm. Style color.--RHS N144B. Stigma color.--RHS 9B. Stigma shape.--Bi-parted. Ovary color.--RHS 149D. Stamens.--4. Color of filaments.--RHSN144A. Length of filaments.--0.3 cm. Anther color.--RHS 14A. Anther length.--0.1 cm. Anther shape.--Oblong. Color of pollen.--RHS 14A. Pollen amount.--Moderate. Fertility seed set.--Has not been observed on this hybrid. Disease/pest resistance:Disease susceptibility or resistance has not been observed on this hybrid.

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