Paeonia 'Rose Garland'

type: [herbaceous peony] – [herbaceous hybrid]


lobata (Perry)






ROSE GARLAND (Saunders, 1943) - Single - Rose - Hybrid. Rather dwarf. Deep rose single. China pink cup. On reverse white flares streaked pink. Reverse cross: lobata x albiflora. Lists in Bulletins 91 and 129. Miss Saunders Bulletin, 1955.

Rose Garland (1943) The cross reversed. China pink flowers of a rather dwarf plant. Loved in England. . [Albiflora x lobata - the great race of „lobata hybrids“ This group contains many beautiful pink and red tones so long desired in the Chinese peonies; salmon, coral, rose and deep cherry pinks, to clear bright crimsons, with no hint of purple and never a bad color in all the hundreds that have bloomed. I think this is the most brilliant and e effective strain of herbaceous hybrids yet produced. . Their season is generally M. They set hardly any seed, but their F2's may be interesting. About a dozen reds, and almost thirty pinks have been introduced, many of them so similar to one another that I have now tried to sort them roughly into color groups. The pinks especially, fade off as the flower ages , into pale peach shades, so that a mature plant will have flowers of many differing tones, but all harmonious [..] are single except when otherwise noted. Shades of rose

Rose Garland (Saunders 1943) Early midseason. Best Landscaper Single Type, bright rose pink, another of the Saunders Lobata of Perry Hybrids. An easy grower, spreading bush makes up to a mature plant quickly. Good in the landscape, suitable for massing or in the mixed border. No fertility noted. Item 1909.

Svetlana Poperechnaya 2006:

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