Paeonia 'Candy Stripe'

type: [herbaceous peony] – [species cultivar] – [lactiflora]


Roger F. Anderson, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA

CANDY STRIPE (Roger F. Anderson, Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin), July 2, 1992. Seedling #L878. Parentage Minnie Shaylor x Red single seedling. First bloomed 1981. Bi-color red and white double lactiflora. Long, fair amount of stem strength. Flower might need support, 30-36 inches in height. Stamens, pollen and seeds. Mild fragrance, mid-to-late bloomer. Might make a good cut flower rather than a garden plant. Bulletin #283. Sept., 1992.

CANDY STRIPE (M)(Anderson) An unique peppermint candy double and the best of its kind; the medium size blooms are white with red stripes in pleasing combination; a vigorous plant that looks good and blooms well even in the most difficult seasons; long strong stems; limited

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