Paeonia 'David Harum'
type: lactiflora-cultivar



Peonies, The Manual of the American Peony Society, edited by James Boyd © 1928 American Peony Society: [Descriptive List of Chinese Peonies]

DAVID HARUM. (Brand, 1920.) 8.4.

Double type; very large; midseason. Clear, light crimson, smooth texture; scentless. Tall; floriferous; stong stems. Broad light green foliage.

When opening, displays globular form with broad, round guard petals developing to a rather irregular rose-type bloom. Good color, not especially different from many other reds. Excellent as a cut-flower.

"A peculiar shade of dull rosy crimson, distinct in color and form from any other red variety."—Little.

"Much like F61ix Crousse and Victor Hugo."—Sass.

DAVID HARUM (Brand, 1907) (1920) - Double - Red - Midseason. Tall. No fragrance. Very large. Clear, light crimson, smooth texture. Floriferous; strong stems. Broad light green foliage. Good cut flower variety. M.

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