'E. G. Hill' peony References
Website/Catalog (1927) Page(s) 14.
E. G. Hill (Lemoine 1906)
American Peony Society Rating of 7.8 (28 votes)
Rose red, semi-rose type. Early midseason. A good bloomer in clusters. Each $2.50
Magazine (Nov 1911) Page(s) 128.
E. G. HILL.
Species— P. albiflora.
Originated by Lemoine, 1906.
Donated by Farr.
Description of bloom—Type of bloom semi-rose. Form of bloom medium globular, compact. Slightly differentiated. Not entirely transformed. Color (total effect) tyrian rose 2 (155) ; uniform color; center 2 (155), clear. Very showy, desirable bloom. Stamens nearly concealed. Fragrance unpleasant X. Blooming time early. Size large to very large.
Description of plant — Habit of plant erect, dwarf, compact. Growth strong and healthy. Stem short, strong, green. Blooming habit free. 'Lateral buds undeveloped, healthy Foliage medium furnished, medium green, medium size ; veins green.
Commercial value — For cut bloom good ; landscape value extra good. Variety as a whole extra good.