Paeonia 'Qing Shan Wo Yun'

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

Qing Shan Wo Yun. Hundred proliferate form. Flowers 14 cm x 10cm, pinkish purple, faintly bluish (68-B). The outer petals large, arranged irregularly, the inner petals very small, wrinkled; filaments partially petaloid, anthers deformed and remained; pistils developed, mixed purple and green coloured petals in the lower flower. Petals narrow, slightly rugose; stamens normal or petaloid; pistils normal or petaloid; floral discs white, stigmas red in the upper flower. Stalks pliable, flowers lateral. Flowering midseason. Plant tall, partially spreading. Branches stout. Leaves orbicular, small- sized; leaflets elliptic, obtuse at the apex. Growth medium, flowers many.

english translation:

Azure Mountains Shrouded in Clouds

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