'Jeanne d'Arc' peony References
Book (Jan 2000) Page(s) 229.
Jeanne d'Arc Tree Peony. Seneclauze pre-1889... pink
Article (magazine) (Jan 1955) Page(s) 13.
As the century drew to a close, the references became fewer and fewer. When the old growers died, the desire for large collections of Chinese tree peonies apparently died with thep:l. The varieties they had grown with the possible exception of P. papaveracea had full double flowers. They were so heavy that the stems could not properly support them, with the result that many of the flowers were hidden under the foliage. In addition to the varieties already mentioned, there were being grown under European names, one white, 'Lambertinae'; a few very beautiful salmon pinks and rose pinks such as 'Carolina d'Italie,' 'Comte de Rambuteau,' 'Jeanne d'Arc,' 'Marquis de Clapiers,' 'Mme. Stuart Low,' and 'Mme. Victor Gillier'; a gorgeous rose red or cherry red, 'Reine Elizabeth'; and a fine deep purple, 'Souv. de Ducher.'
Article (magazine) (Jan 1955) Page(s) 57.
Alphabetical Check List of Tree Peony Names In Public Collections And/or Available in Nurseries 1954-1955
Chinese, Rose Red, 'Jeanne d'Arc' (Sen. bef. 1889), [Gardens] Scott Foundation, Whitnal Park Botanical Gardens, [Nurseries] Oberlin Peony Gardens
Book (1917) Page(s) 219.
Jeanne d'Arc, very large, full flower. Salmon pink with yellow tints.