(Derek Hill, Churchill, Letterkenny Co., Donegal, Ireland), Jan.
4, 1989. Single hybrid with parents lutea
ludlowii and delavayi. First bloomed 1983. A good clear
vivid medium to dark yellow with a distinct bright red flare
radiating up three fourths of the large petals. It is very
reliable, but has the same amount of bloom as its parents. Three
and one half feet in height, foliage the same as the parent.
Blooms in June. It is a flat form, with stamens and pollen. A
color photograph of this flower was published in the Horticulture
Magazine, London. Bulletin #270.
It is very doubtful,
that Paeonia ludlowii could be involved as one parent. The
registration text gives no explanations, which one was the pollen
parent or if it is hand-pollinated or not- The description of the
plant itself sounds like a regular Paeonia delavayi