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35″. Single. Clear pink, big flowers, a bit crinkled and mottled, 6 inches wide. Average number of flowers, big heavy long bright golden stamens. Near white pistils have red tops. Fairly dense plant, big leaves, flowers carried high above bush. Award of Landscape Merit (ALM) description: ‘Roselette’ (Saunders, 1950) Herbaceous...
Seedling B-35. Parentage, Sib of Ann Cousins (lactiflora) X rich red macro hybrid; First bloomed 1970. Single hybrid, rich orange red cup. Naked (no pollen) stamens, heavy substance, no seeds, very early bloom. 36 inches in height. Strong stems, holds flower erect, vigo
Parentage: Zephyrus x Leda. First year bloomed 1993, semi-double to full double. Tree peony, deep pink and deeply ruffled, the pink petals softening on the edges—a frosted look. 7-8″ blooms held high above the foliage. Stem strength, excellent. Height 3 f