Notable characteristics: Light beige in bud, opening to semi-double to full double. Some blooms remain light yellow while others become very brilliant in color. Flowers borne on long stems, good green foliage. Excellent cut flower.
It is still rare and not widely sold. It was hybridized by Roger Anderson in the U.S. and we think it is a prize to add to a peony collection.
Deer resistant. Herbicide, pesticide, and fungicide free. Grown in Connecticut.
Hybridizer, year introduced: Roger Anderson, 1999.
Growth habit and size at maturity (10 years old): Upright and symmetrical, flowers held well above the foliage. Grows to 3' tall and 3' wide.
Flower form and size: Numerous heavy semi-double to double, 7-8".
Flower fragrance: Light and lemony.
Bloom time: Late season intersectional peony, blooms in our USDA zone 6a garden in the first or second week of June.
Zone hardiness: Proven in USDA zones 4-9.
Plant size: 4-5 'eyes' or buds with proportional roots. This size plant will most likely flower in its first or second spring in the ground.