A white peony of largest size, often averaging nine inches in diameter. The flowers ire flat, many petalled and perfect in form. The large ends are conical in shape and upon opening are purest snow white, showing no stamens and without markings of any kind on entire flower. Three to four flowers are carried on each strong, stout stem, thus giving the plant a very balanced and pleasing appearance. Rose type; mid-season.
Mrs. John M. Good
Good & Reese