U.S. Patent PP21,089
Performs well in full sun; vigorous and resists sunburn. Berry Patch™ ‘75-14′ produces high-quality plants in container forcing. Dark green leaves with green-white intervenial areas and small red-purple spots
Berry Patch™ ‘75-14’ is a new, spotted, fancy-leaved variety with superior tuber yields. This variety is vigorous, resistant to sunburn, and performs well in full-sun landscapes. With its multiple branching habit and plant vigor, Berry Patch™ ‘75-14’ produces high-quality plants in container forcing. Leaves of Berry Patch™ ‘75-14’ are peltate, sagittate-cordate, with green-white palmate-pinnate venation. The upper surface of leaves has dark-green margins bordering the entire leaf, except for the basal leaf valley, where the upper leaf surface is grey-purple. Interveinal areas are green-white near the central main vein and change to dark green near the margin. Leaves have a small, red-purple blotch at the petiole attachment and numerous grey-purple spots. The undersurface of Berry Patch™ ‘75-14’ leaves has a grey-green margin. Primary veins are grey-green, and netted venation is grey-green. Interveinal areas are green-white near the central main and large veins and change to grey-green near the margin. Grey-purple spots are numerous and scattered between primary veins. Petioles are light green at the apex, but the colors diffuse into a dark brown at the base.
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