Species: P. albiflora. History: Originated by Guerin, and first described by Rouillard in Journal de la Société d’Horticulture, 1863, Vol. 9, p. 702. DESCRIPTION IN BRIEF: Double, light pink, sulphur collar, early, medium in value. DESCRIPTION IN DETAIL: Bomb, of little substance; carpels partly transformed into twisted carpelodes; guards hydrangea pink 1(132), center same color, but flecked with crimson, collar next guards sulphur or butter yellow tints. Odor pleasant X. Foliage quite small but robust and dark green, perfectly smooth, stems red.