Paeonia 'Angel Choir'

type: [tree peony] – [suffruticosa group] – [rockii-hybrid] – [American Rockii]


Roger F. Anderson, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA

ANGEL CHOIR (Anderson) Roger F. Anderson, Fort Atkinson, WI, 1999. Semi-double white Jap. tree peony. Pollen parent. Shintenchi Seed parent. Rocks Variety. First bloomed 1989. First divided - grafted. Height 32-36". Large white blooms, semi-double with purple flares. Strong large plant with good form. Looks much like a double Rocks Variety.

Angel Choir. Anderson. 1989. American rockii-suffruticosa lineage hybrid. (Rock's Variety x Shintenchi). Bright white semi-double flowers with dark black-maroon flares. Good deep green disease free foliage throughout the growing season. Plants produce hardy stems and become large and tall over time. An outstanding plant for growth and flower production. Angel Choir has similar plant habits to its sibling, Angel Emily. A rarely available cultivar prized by the collector and suitable for landscape purposes. Recommended for cold winter climates. Fertile both ways.

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