#7: Intersectional Peony (Paeonia 'Bartzella')
says, "Hybridizer: Roger Anderson, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA
Parentage: white lactiflora double x Reath hybrid tree.
Description: Bartzella has large 6-8" full double yellow blooms with red flares and white stigmas at center and a few sidebuds that extend flowering. Strong 32" stems hold the flowers on top of the plant. Each mature Bartzella can have more than 60 flowers, blooming from two to four weeks. No seed or pollen. Lemon scented fragrance.
Additional Awards: Grand Champion flower 2002 American Peony Society Exhibition at Madison, Wisconsin.
Origin of the name: "The name Bartzella originated in part from the family Pastor, whose last name was Barts. My wife was the one responsible for adding the ella. She seemed to think it softened the Barts. It has worked very well.“ (Roger Anderson, March 25 2001 on yahoo-groups [peony])"