type: [tree peony] – [suffruticosa group] – [Japanese botan] - [Kan Botan]

The Chugai Nursery, Yamamoto, Japan, Catalog 1940-1941: Tree peony, Tree peony, Winter-Flowering Peonies, (Everblooming Peonies) Winter flowering peonies have their beautiful flowers from the beginning of November till January and again they flower in spring together with ordinary spring flowering peonies, hence the name of ever-blooming peonies. Their flowers are as large and beautiful as spring flowering varieties. There is very rare exception of not flowering in winter. however, but in whitch case it will flower in next winter

(Japanese tree peony - Remontant Flowering group /Kan Botan) Outer 2-5 petals rimmed with creamy white. White vertical stripes on 1- 3 outer petals. Reddish black flares at the base of petals. Small size. Early midseason. Winter blooming late November to mid-January.


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Rivière (1995):

'Kin'No' "Königlicher Wandteppich" Sorte japanischer Herkunft. Einfach, rot, an den Rändern zarte weiße Streifen. Sie soll im Winter blühen, aber diese Eigenschaft konnte bislang nicht bestätigt werden.

Osti (1999)

KIN NO, «Rè del tessuto Nishiki». Il tessuto Nishiki è un tessuto tradizionale in Estremo Oriente ottenuto con tré fili colorati rosso e bianco cui viene associato il fiore di questa peonia, rosso, semplice o semidoppio, con 2 - 5 petali esterni bordati bianco - crema. Dimensioni contenute. Fioritura precoce - mediana. In Giappone viene considerata rifiorente perché se forzata o posta in sito adatto fiorisce anche alla fine di novembre, inizio di gennaio.

Osti (1999)

KIN NO "King of the Nishiki Brocade" In the Far East, Nishiki brocade is a traditional fabric woven with three red and white threads, the colours of this peony Flowers: red, 1 to 5 outer petals with creamy white edges; single or semi-double, early to mid - season flowering, Habit: compact. In Japan it is considered as twice flowering because when forced or planted in a suitable position it flowers again from the end of November to the beginning of January.

Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database


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