Seedling S 503. Parentage unknown. First bloomed 2001. SINGLE. White rounded petals, one bloom per stem. No fragrance. Has stamens, filaments pale yellow, has pollen, produces seeds which are unusually large. Average of 3 pale green carpels, moderately hairy, with cream stigmas. Sturdy upright growth not needing support, height 49 inches (125 cm). Early bloom season. An unusually tall tropical-looking peony with large, veined, light green leaflets, large flowers, and abundant over-sized seeds. Gives an overall impression of stately magnificence.