This refined, charming, Japanese type flower form peony flower forms a large crinkled ‘adged big petaled ‘flatish’ cup which holds a thick mass of ‘twisty’ crinkled bright petaloids. These eighth inch wide petaloids have bright creamy edges on top part and much lighter centers. Their thread-like bases are pale lemon. The narrow-topped pale green pistols wavy pennant-like, white tops-erect-yard high stems carry the wide flowers a foot above the big-leaved dense bush. This peony is named for Patricia Victor in appreciation of her art work for our American Peony Society Bulletin cover.