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REGISTRATION APPLICATION - Long Form

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 Part I thru Part III item 21 and all of Part IV must be completed

Part 1

  

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CULTIVAR NAME

 

 

1. Proposed Cultivar Name   _________________________________________________                      

[We will consult our master list of cultivar names to determine if the proposed name has been used for another plant, or if it is so similar to an existing name as to cause confusion].

  2. Has this name already been published for this plant in printed form with a description and/or illustration? 

(circle one) yes  no    

[if no, ABADS will publish the name for you to establish it under the terms of the 2004 Code, provided it meets other requirements of the 2004 Code. ABADS will check this for you]

If yes, then where published:

Title of Book, Journal, Magazine or Catalogue:

Volume/Issue/Catalogue number:

Date of publication (at least to year):

Page:

Figure/Plate number if illustrated:

(note: Compact disc and web pages do not count for valid publication under the Code)

3. Does this cultivar definitely still exist? 

[requested to avoid registration of names of cultivars that may have died out, e.g. from old catalogue lists]

(circle one)    yes    no

 

Part 2

 

INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF THE CULTIVAR

 

 

EITHER

 

Hybridizing Information

Required for hybrid cultivars raised from seed

 

4. Hybridizer

First Name:

Last Name:

Country:

 

5. Seedling Parent

Required when the cultivar has been raised from seed resulting from a cross made by someone else.

 First Name:

Last Name:

Country:

 

6. Name of Pod Parent (Mother)

 

7. Name of Pollen Parent (Father, if known)

 

8. Name of Breeding History Set to which the cultivar belongs

ABADS will check this for you if you have difficulty answering.

 

(circle one)

 

For single-species cultivars

 

Arborea…includes all cultivars (cvs) that are pure B. arborea

 

Aurea…includes all cvs that are pure B. aurea

 

Insignis…includes all cvs that are pure B. insignis

 

Sanguinea…includes all cvs that are pure B. sanguinea

 

Suaveolens…includes all cvs that are pure B. suaveolens

 

Versicolor…includes all cvs that are pure B. versicolor

 

Vulcanicola…includes all cvs that are pure B. vulcanicola

 

Example: ‘Ecuador Pink’ belongs in the Versicolor Set because it is a pure form of B. versicolor and only carried genes of that species.

 

 

For two-species hybrid cultivars

 

Aurinsi…includes all hybrid combinations of B. aurea and B. insignis

 

Candida…includes all hybrid combinations of B. versicolor and B. aurea

 

Flava…includes all hybrid combinations of B. arborea and B. sanguinea

 

Suarea…includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens and B. aurea

 

Suaver…includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens and B. versicolor

 

Suavinsi…includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens and B. insignis

 

Verinsi…includes all hybrid combinations of B. versicolor and B. insignis

 

Vulsa…includes all hybrid combinations of B. vulcanicola and B. sanguinea

 

Vularbo…includes all hybrid combinations of B. vulcanicola and B. arborea

 

Example: ‘Bridesmaid’ belongs in the Candida Set because it is a hybrid of ‘Rothkirch’ (Aurea) and ‘Charleston’ (Candida) and therefore only carried genes of B. versicolor and B. aurea.

 

 

 

For three-species hybrid cultivars

 

Arbovulsa …includes all hybrid combinations of B. arborea, B. vulcanicola and B. sanguinea

 

Suaverinsi …includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens, B. versicolor and B. insignis

 

Suavinsaurea …includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens, B. insignis and B. aurea

 

Versuarea …includes all hybrid combinations of B. versicolor, B. suaveolens and B. aurea

 

Verinsaurea …includes all hybrid combinations of B. versicolor, B. insignis and B. aurea

 

Example: ‘Goldkrone’ belongs in the Versuarea Set because it is a hybrid between ‘Charles Grimaldi’ (Versuarea) and ‘Goldenes Kornett’ (Aurea), ‘Charles Grimaldi’ being a hybrid of ‘Dr Seuss’ (Versuarea) and ‘Frosty Pink’ (Suaveolens). ‘Goldkrone’ therefore only carries genes of B. aurea, B. suaveolens and B. versicolor.

 

 

 

For Four-species hybrid cultivars

 

Siva …includes all hybrid combinations of B. suaveolens, B. insignis, B. versicolor  and B. aurea

 

Example: ‘Schloss Ricklingen’ belongs in the Siva Set because it is a hybrid of ‘Cumbaya’ (Insignis) and ‘Ocre’ (Versuarea), and therefore carries genes of B. aurea, B. insignis, B. suaveolens and B. versicolor.

OR

Discovery Information

Required for cultivars selected from natural or semi-natural (feral) populations, sports or for spontaneous (accidental) self-established seedlings.

 

9. Discoverer

First Name:

Last Name:

Country of residence:

 

10. Place and date of discovery

(Nearest) Town:

Country:

Date (at least to year, if known)

 

11. If a branch sport, name of host plant

 

Part 3

 

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CULTIVAR ITSELF

 

General

 

12. Has the cultivar been flowered for more than one season? (circle one)   yes    no

Requested because the first year’s flowers may not be typical of the plant in the longer term.

 

13. Has the original plant (seedling or sport) been propagated?: (circle one)   yes    no

 

14. Are the propagated plants true to the original plant (seedling or sport) in all characteristics?  (circle one) yes    no

 If no, please indicate what features vary and how

 

15. How, briefly, does the cultivar differ from other similar specified cultivars (particularly from the same cross if known, or from the host plant if a sport)?

 

16. Has the cultivar been released/introduced into general circulation?

 (circle one) Yes/No

 

If yes, in what year and by whom? If not known, indicate what steps have been taken to find out.

 

If no, when do you anticipate it will be released/introduced?

 

 

Information about the flower

Examples of each can be viewed by going clicking on Examples

Circle any that apply to your cultivar for each heading, or provide information as requested:

17. Flower shape:

Examples

Tubular

Narrow Trumpet

Trumpet

Bell

Narrow Funnel

Broad Funnel

Other (describe)

 

18. Flower size when fully open (best early in the morning):

Examples

Length from the base of the calyx to the end of the flower

 

Width across the mouth/skirt excluding the tendril

 

19. Flower color:

(Specify if there is a notable difference in color between the visible part of the tube and the skirt of the flower)

Spring/Summer (warm weather) color(s):

 

Autumn/Fall/Winter (cool weather) color(s):

 

Color change after opening:

 

20. Flower form: 

 Examples

 single

double

shredded (describe shape of petals)

more than one form on same tree (describe)

 

21. Flower Position:  

Examples

 horizontal

nodding

pendant

 

22. Tendril Length:

Examples

Short - 1 cm/ 0.5 inches or less (approx)

Medium - up to 3cm/1.5 inches (approx)

Long - over 3cm/1.5 inches (approx)

Extra long – over 3 inches (approx)

 

23. Tendril position when flower fully open (best in early morning):

Spreading

Tilted forward

Reflexed

Coiled

 

24. Calyx when the flower is open:  

Not or hardly exposing the narrow basal most part of corolla tube

Exposing part of the narrow basal most part of the corolla tube.

Slit on only one side

Divided into teeth at the tip (how many usually?)

 

25. Anthers (the usually 5 pollen-bearing organs of the flower)

Examples

Not attached to each other

Attached to each other

 

Information about the habit and leaves

Circle any that apply to your cultivar for each subheading:

 

26. Habit

 Compact

Tall

Intermediate

 

27. Leaf color (applies to healthy well-grown plants):

Examples

Pale green,

Grey-green

Mid green

Dark Green

Variegated (please specify e.g. white, grey-green and dark green or mid green and lime green etc and provide short note on the variegation pattern and extent)

Other (please specify)

 

29. Leaf shape on vigorous shoots

Ovate (widest less than half way from the base to the tip)

Elliptic (widest about half way from the base to the tip)

Oblong-elliptic (about equal in width for a noticeable portion of its length)

Other – please specify

 

30. Leaf Margin on vigorous shoots

Examples

Entire (smooth leaf edge)

Wavy or ruffled leaf edge

Scalloped leaf edge

Incised (deeply cut leaf edge)

Serrate (points on leaf edge)

 

31. Leaf Texture 

Membranous and thin

Firm and/or somewhat leathery

Intermediate

 

32. Leaf Upper Surface

Examples

Distinctly puckered or quilted

Smooth, more or less flat

Matte (dull)

Semi-glossy

Glossy

Dense soft (silky) hairs

Sparse soft (silky) hairs

Dense stiff (bristly) hairs

Sparse stiff (bristly) hairs

Barely noticeable hairs or none

 

Part 4

 

Applicant Information

and  Instructions for attachments and submission

 

32. The Applicant

First Name:

Last Name:

Street Address:

City:

State/Province:

Postal Code/Zip Code:

Country:

Email address:

[Privacy statement]  The American Brugmansia and Datura Society, Inc. will not sell or share you information to a third party unless express permission is given by you.

 

Applicant’s signature ______________________________________

Date____________________________________________________

 

33. Photographs

At least one photo of the flower, taken from the side, hanging at the natural angle, including calyx must accompany your application, or be sent by email clearly indicating the cultivar name and the name of the applicant. It is preferable that the photograph is either a color transparency or a high-resolution digital photograph and you should ensure that it accurately represents the color of the flower. It is useful but not essential to include the appropriate numbers from the ABADS Color Chart with your photo to indicate correct color.

 

34. Submission of the application

 Part I thru Part III item 21 and all of Part IV must be completed or responded to in full. Your application cannot be processed otherwise. If you are having trouble completing questions, please email or write to the ABADS Registrar for assistance.

The completed form should be e-mailed or letter post to the ABADS Registrar.  For mailing address, please email ABADS Registar 

ABADS Registrar: 

ABADS European Registration Coordinator: 

ABADS Inc. cannot accept incomplete registrations.

For questions concerning this registration form, please email: .

 


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