Paeonia 'Gui Fei Cha Cui '

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

chinese name:


Emerald Hairpin on Guifei

Pink, thousand-petal shaped, full and showy with a shiny luster, the center petals are smaller and green color resemble an emerald hair pin, flower size 6" with moderate fragrance; leaves with purple edges; plant height to 7 feet; a strong plant. ( Gui Fei lived from 719 to 756 AD was a gifted and beautiful consort of a Tang Dynasty emperor.)

Gui Fei Cha Cui

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Gui Fei Cha Cui // Superior Imperial Concubine with Kingfisher Feather Headwear Pinkish red, suffused with red at the base of petals, green coloured in the center of the flower. Hundred proliferate form. Flowers size ''15cm x 7cm''; upright; delicate fragrance. Plant tall, erect. Branches stout. Growth vigorous; flowers many. Blossoming midseason.(1970)

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