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Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

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Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by Jamie Freer

Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by Carol Brashear

Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by John Kee

Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by Rob Sneyers

Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by Hugo Philips

Cinnamon Sticks (R Herold NR)

Photo by Kathie Sisson

'Cinnamon Sticks' is from Roy Herold. The parentage is longipes hypoglauca x 'Maruba Iwa'. The leaves are round, of medium size, glaucous with white backs and heavily substanced. Handy Hatfield says that they stay green well into the fall. Hatfield also describes the cinnamon red color as covering the full length of the front and back of the petioles, and extending well onto the top of the leaf blade on the central vein (back and front). The plant is upright in character and the petioles' contrasting color is well displayed. It is a good breeder for "reds" and fertile each way.