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21″. Single, pink with quite a lot of orange, streaked some, small flowers, has pollen, yellow stamens, white pistils with pale pink tops. Officinalis-like foliage.
Tree peony: Suffruticosa. Parentage: P. rockii, open pollinated. . First bloomed 2001. Semi-double flowers, light purple (RHS 75A) ruffled petals with dark maroon-purple (RHS 187A) flares. Carpels 3-4, hairy, grey-green with near white (RHS 157D) stigmas. Well developed disc. Pollen and seeds. Upright growth to 5-6 feet (1.5-1.8m). Named...
Rich red, very double, handsome flower. Same color as its seed parent, Richard Carvel but more fragrant.