Paeonia 'Dong Fang Hong'

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


Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1967.

Dong Fang Hong. Crown form. Flowers 16cm x 5cm, purplish red (53-B); the outer petals 3- 4-whorled, stiff, flat; the inner petals fairly narrow, apex toothed, some stamens grow among the petals, pistils small. Stalks long, stiff, flowers upright. Flowering midseason. Plant high, erect. Branches fairly stout. Leaves orbicular, medium-sized, thick, stiff, crowded; leaflets ovate, apex acuminate, the margins curved upwards. Growth vigorous; flowers relatively few; tolerant of diseases. Bred by Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1967.

english transl.:

Red in the East

peonyworld/ (suffr.)

Dong Fang Hong // Orient Red Purplish red. Crown form. Flowers size '' 14cm x 8cm ''; upright; moderate fragrance. Plant tall, erect. Branches stout. Growth vigorous; flowers medium. Blossoming midseason. (1967)

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