Received December 15, 2020. Seedling number NB-SH136. Parentage: ‘Theresa Ann’ x unknown. First bloomed 2016, first propagated 2016. Midseason bloom period. Medium-sized light yellow DOUBLE, 1 bloom per stem, size 5 1/2-6 inches (14-15 cm). Inner petals irregularly blushed with pigment, more pronounced at edges giving an indistinct picotee effect. Petals notched, ruffled, the inner ones becoming frilled. Pollen-bearing stamens with filaments red at the base, lighter red towards the tips. Maroon flares are insignificant, extending at best 5% of petals’ length. Average of 3-4 carpels, pale green, sparsely hairy. Stigmas light red with normal anatomy. Fertile. Sheath complete, red. Fragrant. Height to 46 inches (117 cm), blue-green broad-pointed foliage. Endures cold Wisconsin winters without significant damage. On the whole, represents an advance in plant habit, hardiness, fertility, and consistency of bloom compared to other commonly available yellow Lutea Hybrid peonies. Named for Pan, the Greek god of nature and wild things, acknowledging the plant’s vigor and beauty.