Cultivar: Flag of Truce

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Flag of Truce
Acquired: 1924

1916-Farr:24 Large, globular, typical bomb. Brilliant red, 3(155). Fragrance X. Strong, vigorous grower, medium height, free bloomer. One of the best red varieties. 75 cts. 1918-B006-I:08... Read more

Cultivar Group: Paeonia lactiflora
Introduced: 1900
Breeder: Kelway
Country of Origin: England
Form: Single
Color - Authentic: white
Season: Midseason

Updated February 9, 2016

 
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This cultivar is owned by
Nichols Arboretum
 

Incidences of this Cultivar Around the World

Accession Numbersort descending Found At Currently Present Last Verified
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Incidences of this Cultivar Around the World

Accession Numbersort descending Found At
17676 Nichols Arboretum
Historical Significance:

1916-Farr:24 Large, globular, typical bomb. Brilliant red, 3(155). Fragrance X. Strong, vigorous grower, medium height, free bloomer. One of the best red varieties. 75 cts.

1918-B006-I:08

1921-B014:11 Symposium II rating: 8.4

1923-SPN:345

1928-B:32 Double. 8.4 (Sym. 1921). Syn., Victor Hugo. Red.

1928-B-d:096 Double type; large; late midseason. Brilliant crimson of even tone and silky luster; poor fragrance. Medium height; very floriferous; stems weak. Foliage good. Has weak stems which need support. Its very clear crimson color makes no pretensions to scarlet. One of the best red varieties. "For a red, it is hard to beat in color."—Boyd. "Compact, globular bloom of good form; outer or guard petals are wider than central petals, and as bloom develops these petals flex outward and central petals still keep their convex form."—Thurlow.

1938-W&D:149 (Crousse, 1881) 8.4 D or SD. amaranth purple 1962-W:075 Double. Globular bomb type, brilliant, red. Named for Felix Crousse of Nancy, 1840-1925, who took over Calot's peony collection in 1880. Late. Long the most popular red variety.

1976-K:030 (Crousse, 1881) - Syn. VICTOR HUGO. Double - Red - Late Midseason. Medium height. Poor fragrance. Large, brilliant crimson of even tone and silky luster; very floriferous; stems weak. Foliage good. Has weak stems which need support. Its very clear crimson color makes no pretensions to scarlet. One of the best red varieties. M.

Historical Color:

1916 - Brilliant red

1928 - Red.

1928 - Brilliant crimson of even tone and silky luster

1938 - Amaranth purple

1962 - Brilliant, red. Long the most popular red variety.

1976 - Red, brilliant crimson of even tone and silky luster, its very clear crimson color makes no pretensions to scarlet. One of the best red varieties.

Scent - Historical:

1916 - Fragrance X

1928 - poor fragrance

1976 - Poor fragrance

Historic information about this cultivar includes published information courtesy of the American Peony Society.

 

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