Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database - Japanese Botan

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Bambusgras im Schnee ('Yukizasa')

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Banzai-mon

(Japan bef. 1937)

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Beatrix

(Japan bef. 1905)

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Beautiful Gate ('Bifukumon')

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Beautiful Hibiscus-Like Flower ('Tamafuyo')

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Beautiful Spectacle ('Bikan' )

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Bei fiore d'ibisco ('Tamafuyo')

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Beikoku

(Jap. bef. 1890)

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Beni-chidori

(Japan)

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Beni-chitori

(Japan bef. 1890)

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Beni-kamada

(Japan)

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Benikasane

(Japan)

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Benikirin

(Japan)

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Beni-no-tsukasa

(Japan)

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Beni-tidore ('Beni-chidori ')

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Best of the Flowers ('Hyakkasen')

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Betrunkenes Gesicht ('Suigan')

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Bewegte Chrysantheme ('Kikoku')

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Bifuku-mon

(Japan)

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Bikan

(Japan)

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Binsenhut mit Blumen ('Hana-gasa')

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Black Crane ('Koku-tsuru')

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Black Dragon ('Bokuryo' )

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Black Dragon Brocade ('Kokuryu-nishiki' )

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Black Heron ( 'Koku-tsuru')

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Black Painted Brocade ('Kuro-zome-nishiki')

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Black Peony ('Kuro-botan')

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Black Sea

(Smirnow from Japan 1950)

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Bleak Leader ('Kokko-no-tsukasa')

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Blumen - Rivale ('Hana kisoi')

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Blumenspiel ('Hanaasobi')

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Blüte einer gefüllten Zierkirsche ('Yaezakura')

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Bokuryo

(Japan bef. 1926)

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Bountiful Gem ( 'Mitama')

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Brocade Island ('Nishiki-jima')

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Brocade of the Sun and Moon ('Bokuryo' )

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Brocart de Kamata ('Kamata-nishiki')

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Brocart de soleil et de lune ('Koku-ryu-nishiki')

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Brokat aus Brillanten ('Nishikino Tsuya')

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Brokat aus Kamata ('Kamata-nishiki')

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Brokat aus Naniwa ('Naniwa Nishiki')

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Brokat der Riesenglyzinie ('Daitou-nishiki')

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Brokat des Kaisers ('Mikado-nishiki')

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Brokat des schwarzen Drachen ('Koku-ryu-nishiki')

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Brokatglanz ('Nishikino Tsuya')

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Brokatschönheit ('Nishikino Tsuya')

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Brokat von Alt-Osaka ('Naniwa Nishiki')

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Brokat wie Sonne und Mond ('Jitsugetsu Nishiki')

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Bugaku-den

(Japan)

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Byaku-gai

(Japan)

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Byakuo-jishi

(Jap. bef. 1935)

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