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The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46-47.  
 
In addition to the above-named varieties, the first hybridisers in England had three forms of P. officinalis—rubra (red—the common double red), rosea (rose) and carnescens plena (double flesh white)—with which to make a beginning.

 

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1941)  Page(s) 10.  
 
New Roses 1940. Madame Couibes (HT. Meilland 1938) F. 3. Shapely buds of glowing orange, opening to yellowish salmon flowers of 40 petals. Like many other sorts the colours are very variable. (Pronounced Kveebee). A.H.M.Mts.P.S. 2/6 each.
 

The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46.  
 
At this time, peonies began to have such a large sale that Salter was unable to supply the demand for P. Grandiflora nivea plena (double large snow white)—originated by Lemon in 1824—P. lutea plenissima (very double, yellow)—originated by Buyck in Belgium in 1842—and several of the others that he offered.
 

The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46.  
 
At this time, peonies began to have such a large sale that Salter was unable to supply the demand for P. Grandiflora nivea plena (double large snow white)—originated by Lemon in 1824—P. lutea plenissima (very double, yellow)—originated by Buyck in Belgium in 1842—and several of the others that he offered.

 

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1941)  Page(s) 10.  
 
'Madame Bollaert' Old blooms appear like a better and richer Charles P. Kilham
 

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1941)  Page(s) 10.  
 
New Roses 1940. Madame Bollaert (HT. Chambard, 1938), F. 3. Coral red buds, opening to large flowers of vermilion carmine shaded coppery red and fading to pink. Old blooms appear like a better and richer 'Charles P. Kilham'. The growth is very thorny.  35 petals.  A.H.M.Mts.P.S. 2/6 each.
 

The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46.  
 
In 1850, Salter, a nurseryman, began a collection with the albifloras, Edulis superba (splendid, with edible roots), originated by Lemon in France in 1824, Pottsii and Reevesii, and some other varieties imported from Belgium.

Hazlewood Bros. Pty. Ltd (1941)  Page(s) 9.  
 
New Roses 1940. Lady Mann  (HT. Alister Clark, 1940)  3. A seedling from 'Lorraine Lee' with deep rose flushed salmon flowers of 15-20 petals. Good foliage, growth and freedom of bloom. Suitable for hedge purposes. E. 2/6 each.
 

The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46.  
 
In 1837, the variety Pottsii was described as the most splendid of the five albifloras cultivated in English gardens. It had been introduced from China by John Potts—an intrepid plant-collector—in 1822, and named after him.....
In 1850, Salter, a nurseryman, began a collection with the albifloras, Edulis superba (splendid, with edible roots), originated by Lemon in France in 1824, Pottsii and Reevesii, and some other varieties imported from Belgium.

The Book of the Peony (Jan 1917)  Page(s) 46.  
 
In 1850, Salter, a nurseryman, began a collection with the albifloras, Edulis superba (splendid, with edible roots), originated by Lemon in France in 1824, Pottsii and Reevesii, and some other varieties imported from Belgium.
 
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