Seedling number 16-17-14. Parentage not given. First bloomed 2013, first propagated 2015. Early-midseason blooming SEMI-DOUBLE to DOUBLE flowers are a blend of salmon-pink and yellow, typically more pink coloration on outer guard petals, with fewer occasional pink petals appearing in the central rows of petals. Flowers are 16cm (6.3”) in diameter, upward facing, and average one per stem. Guard petals are frilled and ruffled. Flowers possess on average three very hairy, green carpels with pink stigmas of normal anatomy. Stamens are between 1.25-2cm (0.5-0.75”) in length. Fertile both ways. Plants reach 90cm (35.5”) at maturity, and carry broadly pointed, green foliage with undertones of purple. Foliage at time of emergence is red. Growth habit is upright; mechanical support is unnecessary. Presents good potential for cut-flower production. Named for the Roman god of sleep.
Joshua Scholten, Peony Shop Holland