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[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Sun Dried Tomatoes') | Posted on April 24, 2015 ]

Its name is Sundried Tomatoes.

[ Peony (Paeonia lactiflora 'Pecher') | Posted on December 15, 2012 ]

Hybridizer: Jacques Calot, France
Registration: 1867
Size: 32" high x 30" wide
Zone: 2-9
Blooming: Early to mid season
Description: 5" highly fragrant semi-double blooms of a delicate soft pink. The blossoms age to a light alabaster pink and even to white, with occasional red flare in the heart of the flower. Grows very full & lush to about knee high with somewhat larger leaves than the standard lactiflora.
Notes: The delicous fragrance of Pecher is even used by the French perfume industry.

[ Itoh Peony (Paeonia 'Going Bananas') | Posted on December 14, 2012 ]

Hybridizer: Anderson, Roger
Registered: Not registered.
Parentage: No parentage listed.
Height: 25-29" tall
Spread: 29-35" wide
Blooming: Midseason
Minimum zone: Canadian Zone 2
Description: Very large flowers have intensely yellow single to semi double petals surrounding a tuft of yellow stamens with some red flaring in the center. It has a pleasant, slightly spicy scent. One of the best yellows ever produced. Makes an excellent garden plant as the sturdy stems require no staking. Compact growth habit.
Previous garden name: Mozart.

[ Garden Peony (Paeonia lactiflora 'Butter Bowl') | Posted on December 14, 2012 ]

Hybridizer: (Rosenfield, Jacob '55)
Cultivar: Hybrid lactiflora
Height: 36"
Blooming Season: Mid to Late
Description: Fragrant floriferous pink Japanese form peony with a huge buttery yellow center. It has a wide fan of rose-pink guard petals, which fade gradually to shell pink as they age.
Note about name: Registered as 'Butter Bowl', but also known as 'Butterbowl'.

[ Intersectional Peony (Paeonia 'Bartzella') | Posted on December 13, 2012 ]

Hybridizer: Roger Anderson, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA
Year: 1986
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, whos last name was Barts. My wife was the one responsable for adding the ella. She seem to think it soften the Barts. It has work very well.“ (Roger Anderson, March 25 2001 on yahoo-groups [peony])

[ Peony (Paeonia lactiflora 'Glowing Candles') | Posted on December 13, 2012 ]

Glowing Candles peony has a 6" flower of Japanese form, with a double row of delicate, shell pink outer guard petals. Petaloids often arise from the chamois-colored center. Side buds prolong the bloom period on Glowing Candles.

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