'Couronne d'Or' peony References
Book (1928) Page(s) 57.
A List of Fifty of the Best Inexpensive Varieties
Couronne d'Or (Calot). 8.1. White. This is a reliable flower in all respects. It is unlike all other whites, and can easily be identified in any collection. The outer petals are pure white. A ring of yellow stamens is found around a tuft of center petals that are tipped carmine. This variety comes into bloom just before Marie Lemoine. It belongs in the class of peonies that can always be recommended.
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 12.
Couronne d'Or (Calot 1873)
American Peony Society Rating of 8.1 (67 votes)
White, slightly flecked crimson, reflecting gold stamens through the petals. Late mid-season; profuse bloomer and very desirable and popular. Each 75¢
Couronne D’Or - (Cal. 1872). Large, flat, semi-rose type. Pure white, with a ring of yellow stamens around a tuft of center petals, tipped carmine. Medium tall, splendid grower, free bloomer. Late. One of the best white varieties. Three year old clump $1.50
Website/Catalog (1925) Page(s) 25.
Couronne d'Or (Crown of Gold).—Semi-rose; white with a ring of yellow stamens, crimson splashes ; late; agreeable fragrance. Medium height and strong grower, blooming freely. Waterlily fragrance.
Couronne d’Or—Late, large, full flower of superb form, color white, reflecting yellow, outer petals bordered with carmine, showing golden stamens through the flower.... .30 Each 2.50 per 10
Book (Jan 1917) Page(s) 86. Includes photo(s).
Couronne d'Or. Very full flower, with a ring of yellow stamens around tuft of petals in the centre. Petals in tuft edged with red. Note illustration. Calot, 1872, Semi-rose. White. Large. Late. Fragrant. Medium height, strong grower, free bloomer. Garden and cutting.
Website/Catalog (1909) Page(s) 3. Includes photo(s).
Couronne d'Or. Large imbricated bloom, white reflected yellow, central petals bordered carmine, golden stamens; extra....$ 1 25
Website/Catalog (1908) Page(s) 23.
Couronne d'Or. (Calot). Snowy white with yellowish reflex, late...Each 1.25
Book (1907) Page(s) 25.
Regarding a list of twenty-four varieties of peonies which we consider best for cut flower purposes, we are pleased to name you the following list: Achillea, blush white, early; Alba Sulphurea, white, late; Alexander Dumas, pink and salmon; Beaute Francaise, flesh pink; Charles Verdier, lilaceous pink; Couronne d'Or, white; Delachei, purple crimson; Duke of Wellington, sulphur white; Duchesse de Nemours (Calot), white; Duchesse de Nemours (Guerin), pink, early; Festiva, white, early; Festiva Maxima, white, early; Humei Carnea, pink, late; Louis Van Houtte, crimson, late; Mme. Breon, rosy flesh white, early; Mme. Forel, pink, late; Nec Plus Ultra, pink; Mme. Coste, tender rose and white; Queen Victoria, flesh white; Jennie Lind, pink, early; Lady Bramwell, pink; Officinalis Rubra fl. pl., crimson, earliest; Officinalis Rosea Superba, rose pink, early; Rubra Triumphans, crimson, early.
Cottage Gardens Co.
Book (1907) Page(s) 26.
Here is my list of the best 24 varieties of peonies for cut flowers: Baroness Schroeder, Festiva Maxima, Golden Harvest, Madam de Verneville, Duke of Dorchester, Belle de Nancy, Mt. Blanc, Couronne d'Or, Pottsii Alba, Livingstone, M. Geissler, Madame Emil Lemoine, Floral Treasure, Richardson's Grandiflora, Richardson's Rubra Superba, La Tulipe, Marie Crousse, Modeste Guerin, Marie Lemoine, Mons. Dupont, Prince Imperial, Sunbeam, Louis Van Houtte, L'Esperence.
C. S. Harrison.