Paeonia 'Aurelia'

type: [herbaceous peony] – [herbaceous hybrid]


Cobbs (1)

AURELIA (Ray Cobbs, England - address given end of registration), Sept. 26, 1995.  Parentage P. Mlokosewitschii x Peregrina (not sure).  First bloomed, probably 1970's. A pale yellow hybrid, reliable with one bud per stem. Flat form, stamens, pollen, seeds, has a prolific amount of bloom. A mature plant will have 50 or more flowers. Has good stem strength, 80-120 cm height, blooms late May, early June, good foliage, resembles P. mlokosewitschii. This plant occurred as a chance seedling from P. mlokosewitschii. When the yellow flowers are first open, they are flushed with red in the center but fades to leave the self color. Plants come true from seed. Single photograph on file. Ray Cobb, "Aurelia" 188 Bramcote Lane, Wollaton Nottingham, NG8 2QN, England

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