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Maassen's White

Spontaneous mutant of 'Constant Nymph'. Diploid. Pure whit with small greenish yellow spot inside throat. (AGGS Register)


(J. Ford) Strong coral bloom, yellow throat heavily striped burgundy. Sold by Tiki Nurseries as 'Magenta' later changed to 'Mama Mia'.


(F. Davies) Velvety violet blue with darker veins in white throat. (AGGS Register)

Maja (6019)

(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.

Mama Maureen

(J. Ellis)

Mama Mia

(J. Ford) Strong maroon with large pale yellow throat. (AGGS Register)

Mama Mia

(N. Block) Large gorgeous blossoms over medium green foliage. Hard to describe color is somewhere between magenta and deep rose. Dark, dark throat markings with interesting white speckles on lower petals, and some darker netting. Petals turn back giving the top a narrower look over a full 'skirted' bottom.


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland. Heavily frilled maroon netting over white.


(Dibley catalog) A neat compact variety forming a round head of flowers. Salmon pink petals with a ruby red eye.


(M. Godfrey) Light bluish violet with yellow throat. (AGGS Register)

Purple-blue freesia-like flowers. This variety will produce some flowers throughout the year in warm conditions. (A John Innes variety) (


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.


Compact habit. Purple, no pronounced blotch on lower petlas but distinct veined. White eye. (AGGS Register)

Marilyn Monroe

(Kabanovoy / Trofimenko)

Marina Vladi

(Kabanovoy / Trofimenko) Medium sized fringed white flowers beautiful shape resembling an orchid. Throat go pink stripes. Superobilnoe bloom. Makes a great impression, despite the delicate coloring! 2013

Mark Tobey

(G. Gessert)


(Oglevee catalog) Dark blue purple flowers are brightly contrasted with their deep yellow throat. These striking plants flower abundantly year round. (AGGS Register)
(Oglevee)(Bevarian Belle Series) Flower color rich violet yellow throat, flower size large, growth habit vigorous. (Oglevee site)


(F. Davies) Violet purple blue, bottom three lobes with deeper veining, top lobes very pale whiteish blue with faint veining. White throat with lines. (AGGS Register)

Mary Quite Contrary (This is Mary Sakamoto)

Mary Sakamoto sold under a different name.

Mary Sakamoto

(Brad Thompson) Large white, lower lobes veined and shaded bright pink. (AGGS Register) NOTE* Hybridizer Brad Thompson says the Original Mary Sakamoto had a yellow throat.


(sorano) Small flowers of pale lavender-blue have large white throats. Three distinct dark lavender-blue streaks accent the lower three lobes. A heavy bloomer with with small compact foliage. (AGGS Register)

Matylda (6045)

(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.

Mauve Organdy

(A. Droege) Enchanting ruffled organdie flowers are a delicate shade of mauve/purple. Medium green foliage. (AGGS Register)

Max Factor

(Block) New for 2011. New blossom color for variegates, slim long leaves.


(G. Ridderberg). Frilled edges with purple upper lobes and pure white at the bottom. A compact, heavy bloomer. Medium green foliage.


(Dibley hybrid) A medium sized plant with long elegant flower stems held nicely upright. Flowers are violet purple with a distinctive streak of yellow in the center. (AGGS Register)


(Dibley hybrid) Pleasant pale hyacinth blue petals covered with tracery of imperial purple veining. This plant, derived from the same cross as Carys, shares all its excellent growing habits. another outstanding variety (2000 Introduction).


(NP Pavljuk) Bright pink flowers carved with three yellow lower petals. Size medium.


(J. Ford) Semi-double, purple with white throat, two yellow "fangs" in center. (AGGS Register)


A compact multi-flowering variety. Very pale lilac flowers are suffused with deep purple veins on the lower petals. (

Mercedes Gelandewagen

(Kabanovoy / Trofimenko) Huge blue flowers with broad rounded petals, throat go black stripes. Very powerful short stalks.

Mercedes Benz

(Kabanova\Trofimenko, Russia) Auto-series. Huge, indigo colors, flowers with a yellow throat, are marked with thin, dark-violet stripes. Medium growth and numerous flower stems. Blooms well, 5-6 peduncles per leaf. Blossoms very much early.


(Oglevee) Olympus series. Flower color violet/white, flower size medium, growth habit medium. (Oglevee site)


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.


(J. Ford) Light lavender bloom becoming purple towards the edge, burgundy striped throat. (AGGS Register)

Merry Sunshine

(Kartuz catalog) Large ruffled, deep shocking pink flowers, yellow throat. (AGGS Register)


(Sorano) Very dark purple flowers have slightly lighter coloring toward the throat. The upper throat is white and the lower is dark yellow with heavy blackish maroon striping. (AGGS Register)


(Oglevee catalog) White flowers are marked by bright lavender pink stripes which accent the throat. Plants have small, narrow leaves. Compact growth habit. (AGGS Register)


(Oglevee) Galaxy series, True blue with violet penciling. (Oglevee site)

Midnight Blue

(J. Ford) Dark blue, lower three lobes with dark purple veining, yellow stripes in throat. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Cloud

(Lyndon Lyon catalog) White flowers with dark blue stripes in throat. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Dancer

Midnight Glory

Midnight Flame

(Sorano) Extreamly deep red velvety flowers have a deep red throat and a lighter pinkish red upper throat. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Magic

(J. Ford) Cloudy dark purple with velvety texture. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Satin

(Sorano) Exquisite, velvety, deep purple to near black blossoms, gently touched with white on the upper throat and two small, deep yellow dots at the axes of the bottom lobes. The deep green foliage has a slight wave. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Star

(M. Kartuz) Clusters of deep violet blooms with flashy white throat. Free flowering, compact. (AGGS Register)

Midnight Sun

Pale violet with large pale yellow center.

Midnight Thunder

(David Thompson) I introduced this cultivar because of the large, two-tone blue and purple flowers that have a strong, saturated color. The flower has a whitish reverse, which is turned toward the face of the flower by the ruffles on the petal edges. There is a satiny sheen to the petals. This is a heavy-blooming, show-quality strep that presents its flowers well. (2012; Frosty Twilight X Night Edition).

Mighty Mouse

(B. Schwarz) The first truly miniature Streptocarpus. Lightly striped pale blue flowers in abundance. Very small foliage. (AGGS Register)



Milk & Honey (7048)

(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.

Milky Way


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.


(Milkkelsens) Dark blue flowers with white and yellow streaking. (AGGS Register)

Mini Nymph

(C. Broertjes) X-radiation induced mutant of 'Constant Nymph'. Purple with three dark veins on each of the three lower lobes, yellow blotch in throat. (AGGS Register)

Mini White



(J. Ford) semi-double lavender, white throat with yellow and dark purple stripes. (AGGS Register)


(G. Ridderberg). Soft pink colors, like it is painted in watercolor, with a yellow center.

Mira (6018)

(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.


(J. Ford) Light pink, streaked deeper pink, dark yellow throat. (AGGS Register)

Mirror Ball


Misty Blue Eyes

Lavender-purple blooms have a brighter hue of purple etched and netted throughout. White upper throats have yellow protruding out onto the lower petals with two beady white eyes peeking out from the lobes. (Lyon website)


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.

Mogami no Hikari



(Nancy Block) Large semi-double blossoms.


(Okuto) Japan. Small flowers, upper lobes deep pink, lower lobes deep pink with large white patch and yellow throat.

Mom's Plant

(R. Robinson) Light blue blooms shaded darker blue-purple. Dozens of blooms. Toughest, best bloom strep Rob's has yet.


This is a rose pink sport from 'Stephanie'. Very free flowering with small frilly flowers. An early flowering, compact variety, with dark green leaves.


(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.

Monarch Blue

Monarch's Journey

Monica Belucci

(Kabanovoy / Trofimenko)

Mont Blanc

Mood Indigo

(P. Worley) Clusters of violet-blue flowers with deep indigo throat. Dwarf, compact. (AGGS Register)

Moon Over Miami

(J. Ford) Dark velvety purple with even darker veining, yellow stripes in center of lower three lobes. (AGGS Register)


(Sorano) Very pale lavender pink flowers have large amounts of yellow in the throat that extends onto lower lobes with slightly darker tones around the yellow coloring. Medium green foliage. (AGGS Register)

Moonlight Madness

Moonlight Magic

(J. Ford) Lower lobes dark velvety purple, two upper lobes lighter purple with dark purple veins, white throat striped with purple. (AGGS Register)

Moonlit Magic

(C.O'Dare) A spectacular type of variegation, and possibly the heaviest blooming variegate to date, this has variegation of pale green, dark green and white that creates a marbled effect on the wonderful compact leaves. The blossoms are a beautiful shade of deep reddish-lilac unusually speckled over white, with bright white centers.

Moonlit Velvet

(David Thompson)(Blue Mars X Serius), 2003 (2.75" flower with lower 3 lobes black with violet tints and satiny sheen; upper 2 lobes lavender and washed with deep purple; throat white with black-violet lines; ruffled over all)


(J. Ford) Purple with pink veining, white throat striped yellow. (AGGS Register)

Moon Shadows

(J. Ford) Double dark blue blooms. Medium green foliage. (AGGS Register)


(G. Ridderberg) Extremely dark purple flowers with a reddish tone. Flowers appears to be almost velvety black. Some flowers has 'magenta-purple' spilled on the lower lobes. Medium green foliage.

Morning Edition

(David Thompson) This cultivar was discovered as I was filling an eBay order. It was quite a surprise, since it looks so different from the cultivar that it mutated from, with a unique combination of bold bluish black throat markings and a netted venation pattern on a white flower . It is the only strep sport (mutation) that I have introduced. (D. Thompson, 2010; sport of 'Night Edition').

Morning Skies

Morning Song

(J. Ford) Lavender with splashes of pink and red, white throat marked with yellow, ruffled. (AGGS Register)

Mother Of Pearl

(N. Block) Mauve-lavender upper petals, dark throat lines, 'fish scale' type netting on lower petals. LARGE grower. Unique blossoms. (Cape Baby Kid)

Motyl (7058)

(Piotr Kleszczynski) Poland.


Mr. Ed

Dark purple, almost black. (Kartuz)

Mrs. Butterworth

(Wendy DeLorme)

Mrs. Yamada

Mullberry Tarte

Muraoka Komachi




(Oglevee)(Mikkelsens) Pink flowers with yellow streaking in the throat and orchid streaking extending to the lower three petals. (AGGS Register)
(Oglevee)(Olympus Series) Flower color pink with orchid and yellow throat, flower size small, growth habit compact. (Oglevee site)


Pure white flowers, reddish veins. (AGGS Register)

Museum of Art

Very unusual, nearly black blooms with white fantasy and backing, compact. (AGGS Register)

My Fair Lady

(J. Ford) Medium rose pink with yellow throat, accented with fuchsia stripes. (AGGS Register)


(Dibley) An exceptionally free flowering plant with narrow leaves. Overall a compact and bushy plant, with the flowers literally smothering the foliage (Introduced 2010).