Paeonia 'Da Ban Hong'

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


Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1979.

Da Ban Hong. Lotus form, sometimes chrysanthemum form occurs. Flowers 22cm x 5cm, deep purplish red (61-C); petals 4- 6-whorled, entire, large, flat, apex toothed, thick, stiff, dark purple basal blotches; stamens occasionally petaloid; pistils 11, floral discs pale purplish red. Stalks fairly long, stiff, flowers lateral. Flowering midseason. Plant medium height, partially spreading. Branches stout. Leaves long, medium-sized, crowded; leaflets long ovate or broadly lanceolate, acuminate at the apex, pendulous, the margins wavy and slightly curved upwards. Growth medium, flowers many. Bred by Zhaolou Peony Garden, Heze in 1979.

english transl.:

Huge Purple Petals

Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database


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