N. georginae x
After several seeds were gathered, several seedlings were grown.
It is the first Anecphya-like flower with blotched leaves.
Pads are large and serrated, with splashes of reddish-brown like
that found in many Brachyceras. It blooms really freely,
on very long stalks, producing star shape flowers with changing
colours of blue to mauve, turning pink in the last days of the
flowering cycle, just before sinking. Sepals have a red stripe;
stamens are yellow, blue or yellow with blue tips; petals tend
to be darker towards the tip and almost white towards its base.
Ovary is almost red. It does not produce any pollen, and fails
to set seed when used as pod parent with either Anecphya
and Brachyceras as pollen parent. It is a very vigorous
plant, actually difficult to get to go dormant!