|ACS Registration Number||508|
A 6-year-old chance japonica seedling, which first bloomed in 1957, originated and propagated by Julington Nurseries of Jacksonville, Florida.
Bloom: The 3 to 4 inches in diameter by 1.5 to 2 inches deep peony form flowers are vary from rose red, clear red to dark red and white. The formation and coloring of these flowers are unusual. Colors are in fine stripes. The center is composed of many small petals and petaloids and short stamens, interspersed with larger petals to curved like rabbit ears. These larger petals also surround the center. Light yellow stamens.
Plant: Growth habit average, medium rapid in rate.
Leaves: The dark green leaves average 5 inches in length
Bloom season: Midseason.