'Coquelin' peony References
Magazine (Nov 1911) Page(s) 127-128.
Species — P. albiflora.
Originated by Dessert.
Donated by Farr.
Description of bloom — Type of bloom semi-double. Form of bloom flat, loose. Not differentiated. Not entirely transformed. Color (total effect) tyrian rose 1 (155); guards clear; collar same as guards; center clear. Bloom becomes silver tipped with age. Stamens visible at collar and center. Fragrance unpleasant XX. Blooming time early. Medium size.
Description of plant— Habit of plant drooping, dwarf to medium, medium compact. Growth medium strong, healthy. Stem short to medium length, weak to medium strong, red. Blooming habit medium. Buds borne in clusters, healthy. Foliage medium furnished, medium green, medium size ; veins red.
Commercial value — For cut bloom poor; landscape value medium. Variety as a whole medium.
Website/Catalog (1909) Page(s) 4.
COQUELIN. Large, imbricated, cup-shaped bloom, bright china-pink, silvery border, early bloomer; extra....$ 2 00
Book (Apr 1907) Page(s) 57.
556. COOUELIN, P
(1) 1906, Dessert's Cat. p. 12.