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Received September 6, 2021. Seedling ANE-1. Parentage: P. officinalis ‘Anemoniflora Rosea’ x ‘Blushing Princess’. First bloomed 2018, first propagated 2020. Early bloom season. Pink SEMI-DOUBLE, 1 flower per stem, 5 1/2 inches in size (14 cm), up-facing. No fragrance. Guard petals rounded and cupped, 2 inches (5 cm) in width. Cream-colored filaments slightly less than « inch in length (12 mm). Pollen bearing anthers a little less than 1/4 inch (6mm), yellow. Two or three carpels, light green, moderately hairy. Stigmas pink, of normal anatomy. Staminodal disc poorly developed or absent, white when present. Plant is fertile both ways, presumed tetraploid. Foliage emerges copper, with white indumentum. Matures green, medium wide, slightly pointed. Upright growth to 27 inches (70 cm), support not needed. Named for the originator’s step daughter Christine, for whom Tini (pronounced “teeny”) is an affectionate diminutive.