Paeonia 'Hai Bo'

type: [tree peony] – [suffruticosa group] – [China central plains cultivar group]


Heze Flower Garden in 1973.

Hai Bo. Crown form, sometimes lotus or anemone form occurs. Flowers 16cm x 7cm, bluish pink (55-C); the outer petals 3-4-whorled, large, stiff, flat, suffused with red at the base; the inner petals wrinkled, large, sparse, a few stamens grow among the petals, pistils small or developed, petaloid, greenish coloured. Stalks slender, stiff, fairly long, flowers upright. Flowering early. Plant medium height, partially spreading. Branches slender, stiff. Leaves orbicular, medium-sized, stiff, sparse; leaflets long ovate or long elliptic, obtuse at the apex. Growth medium; flowers profuse, several flower forms, each individual flower longlasting, tolerant of strong sunshine. Bred by Heze Flower Garden in 1973.

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Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database


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