Japanese type flower form; very large; mid season. The flower has not more than two rows of long, wide-spread petals of rose-pink forming a saucer-like cup about an immense center of long, yellow staminodes with flattened, crinkled tips stained with rose; carpels green with yellowish tips and white kernels at the base; fragrance poor. Medium height; vigorous growth; very floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. Has the appearance of an immense crimped and ruffled wild rose. The center has a pinkish buff or “chamois” effect. “One of the most attractive peonies we have of the Japanese type.”—Boyd.