Paeonia 'Martha Bulloch'

type: [herbaceous peony] – [species cultivar] – [lactiflora]



Peonies, The Manual of the American Peony Society, edited by James Boyd © 1928 American Peony Society: [Check List of Chinese Peonies in Commerce] Single Peonies, page 67

MARTHA BULLOCH. (Brand, 1907.) 9.1.

Double type; very large; late. Bright old-rose-pink, with highlights of lighter rose and pink; faint, rose-like fragrance. Tall; floriferous; strong sterns. Light green, narrow foliage.

Valuable for exhibition purposes chiefly, but also of sufficiently sturdy habit to have decorative value in the garden.

"Finer in quality than most varieties of equal size." Saunders.

"A very remarkable plant and flower, but I think the texture is coarse. It lacks the peculiar charm which makes Therese so captivating."—Fewkes.

MARTHA BULLOCH (1907) - Double, late mid-season. Large bright old-rose-pink.

MARTHA BULLOCH (VF)(M) Huge bright cerise rose pink double with shading to silvery shell pink at the petal edges; tall stems need staking; a magnificent and showy flower, superb in a vase with other cut flowers

Paeonia 'Martha Bullock' (Brand, 1907) Enormous beautiful flowers which are often 8-10 inches or larger in diameter. The flowers are fragrant and of shades of pink and ivory. The plant is tall and very sturdy

MARTHA BULLOCH (Brand) One of the greatest pink Peonies. Color is bright old-rose-pink. The plant is very tall, comes into bloom late midseason. Flower is cupped rose type, often measures 9 to 12 inches in diameter. Stems strong and hold the heavy flowers well above the foliage. A constant prize winner.

Martha Bulloch (Brandt 1907) : flr. double rosé-mauve foncé brillant, très parfumée, tardive

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