Paeonia 'Lan Hai Bi Bo'

type: [tree peony] – [suffruticosa group] – [China central plains cultivar group]


Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1966.

Lan Hai Bi Bo. Chrysanthemum form. Flowers 18cm x 5cm, pink slightly bluish (69-B); petals stiff, arranged regularly, layered conspicuously, shallowly toothed at the apex, dark purple basal streaks; stamens normal, pistils petaloid or infertile. Stalks stiff, flowers upright. Flowering midseason. Plant medium height, partially spreading. Branches relatively stout. Leaves long, medium-sized, stiff, slightly crowded; leaflets long ovate, the margins slightly curved upwards. Growth medium, flowers relatively few, tolerant of strong sunshine. Bred by Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1966.

english translation:

Dear Ripples in a Blue Sea

Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database


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