Paeonia 'Wu Nu' / Wu Nv/ Wu Nü

type: [tree peony] – [suffruticosa group] – [rockii-hybrid] - [Gansu mudan]

peonies & seeds


To be called ”Wu Nv” in Chinese, with characteristics of baby pink bloom, resembling the sweet-scented osmanthus, 17cm×8 cm corolla, peachy buds, slightly crapy petals with two dentiform clefts on its top; Purple, black and biggish base speckles. The numerous full-grown stamens have bisque and slight bend anther and milk white filaments. The five full-grown and nacarat pistils have milk yellow stigmas without floral disc. The 2-3 petal pieces are mixed up within pistils resembling a dancing girl. The medium size and round leaves are green and neat with red demitints at its edges; The 15 lobules, with 5 lobules are distributed at top, 10 lobules for two sides with few tomentas and its leafstalks to be concave and brown. The yearling branches have the length of 22cm with stiff stem and bloom leaves patulous upwards, with many blooms and aromatic flavor. The growing situation of it is generic with half erective shape and many sprouts, and later blooming date.

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