Red Delight (Glasscock 1928). A double light red. Rose-type bloom of large size. Guards, collar and petals light red. Shorter petals toward the center. Form of bud, round. Stems stiff to medium. Foliage medium dark green. Cup shaped bloom. A rose fragrance.
General MacMahon (Calot 1867). This peony is also known as Augustin d’Hour. A glowing dark red double. The stems are straight, firm and 100 cm of length. Blooms are big. Easy flowering, midseason. Light fragrance.
Eliza Lundi (Krekler 1975). Hybrid or officinalis. A deep-red double flower whose medium-sized blossoms very closely resemble the Red Charm except for their smaller size. Arching stems make a low bush: 80 cm of length. Foliage goes dormant early.
America (Rudolph 1976). A large single hybrid of a brilliant scarlet, a hue with great carrying power in the landscape. Firm straight stems of 90 cm length with a flower on every stem. Flowering early midseason. A beautiful, healthy peony with good cutting qualities.
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