Paeonia 'Eternal Spring'

type: [tree peony] – [lutea hybrid]



(Seidl / Bremer 2017)

. Seidl/Bremer. 2017. Advanced generation lutea hybrid. (Seidl #35 x Seidl #39) Seidl #35=(Golden Era x Chinese Dragon); Seidl #39=(Golden Era x Chinese Dragon). Deep cerise-cherry single to semi-double with wavy broad petals. Small deeper colored flares. Rose-pink stigmas and sheath. Red stamens. Buds look like tight rose buds as they open. Flowers well displayed above and around the plant. Foliage is fine, deeply dissected and pointed (large fern-like leaves). Plants are vigorous growers and and form a large mound with foliage to the ground. Produces many ground shoots, some up to 8 inches from the main plant. Plants to 4 feet in Wisconsin. Reliable bloom, even after very cold winters which may kill many stems (stems are quickly replaced by new basal growth). Eternal Spring is named for the appearance of the plants fern-like foliage and clean growth. Foliage remains attractive throughout the summer months and makes a wonderful landscape plant out of bloom. Believed to be only pollen fertile for many years in the Seidl garden, but has recently produced a few seeds in controlled crosses at Solaris Farms over the past several years. Light fragrance. Bill wanted this registered and distributed as both a beautiful garden and breeding plant, we completely concur.

Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Database