Double type; large to very large; very late. Light rose-pink with a flesh-pink undertone which is most pronounced at base of petals; fragrance strong and pleasing. Tall; floriferous; excellent stems and foliage. An occasional stamen may be found, but the symmetrical although rather loose form of the flower is of the usual double type, with a very full center of narrow, almost white petals. “Valuable for its lateness.”—Saunders. “One of the sweetest peonies in my garden.”—Boyd.
Maud L. Richardson