'P. mlokosewitschii Lomakin synonym' peony References
Article (magazine) (2003) Page(s) 145.
KEY TO SUBSPECIES OF P. DAURICA
1 Leaflets puberulous on the lower surface or glabrous; obovate; apex rounded or obtuse, often with a short mucro ..........ssp. mlokosewitschii (Lomakin) D. Y. Hong
Article (magazine) (2003) Page(s) 146.
Paeonia daurica ssp. mlokosewitschii (Lomakin) D. Y. Hong , stat. nov. = Paeonia mlokosewitschii Lomakin in Trud Tiflis Bot. Sada 2: 282, 1897...Among the five subspecies of P. daurica, ssp. mlokosewitschii is relatively distinct; its leaflets are usually obovate with rounded but mucronate apex, mostly sparsely or rather densely puberulous, but sometimes glabrous. The subspecies is found so far only in eastern Georgia, north-western Azerbaijan and the adjacent region of Russia. It grows in deciduous forests dominated by Fagus, Quercus, Ulmus, Castanea and Acer, 2n = 10.
Article (magazine) (2003) Page(s) 137.
Georgia: Lagodekhi, 1040 m S. slope, deciduous forest ...The type locality of both
P. mlokosewitschii and P. lagodekhiana (= P. daurica ssp. mlokosewitschii)
Article (magazine) (2003) Page(s) 140. Includes photo(s).
....in...(Lagodekhi, type locality of both P. mlokosewitschii (yellow flowers) and
P. lagodechiana (pink flowers)), we found all the colours mentioned above: white, pale yellow, yellow, pink, red and purple-red, or yellow but with red or pink periphery or a red spot at the base (Figs 5–9), the same situation as in P. delavayi (Hong et al., 1998). This is another typical example of polymorphism in petal colour. Clearly, it cannot be used as a diagnostic character for distinguishing species...
Book (Jan 1999) Page(s) 633. Includes photo(s).
Paeonia mlokosewitschii ('Caucasion Peony')... big, open, pale to bright yellow flowers...
Book (Jan 1999) Page(s) 31, 32. Includes photo(s).
Page 31: [Photo] Paeonia mlokosewitschii known to gardeners as 'Molly-the-Witch'
Page 32: Paeonia mlokosewitschii named after Mlokosewitsch, the man who discovered it in the Valley of Lagodeki in the south-eastern part of central Causasus... [flowers] are a clear, soft shade of yellow... one of the earliest peonies to flower... It is not easy to grow, especially in the USA, but it does well in the heavy soils of the Pacific North-west
Book (1999) Page(s) 137.
Paeonia mlokosewitschi, Caucasus, 1961
Magazine (1905) Page(s) 15.
The young foliage of paeonies, both species and hybrids, is notorious for its beauty.... P. mlokosewitschii with bronze-red young shoots changing to soft apple-green foliage with pinky red veins and petioles...