‘Dawn Glow’ is one of a number of F3 ‘s of ‘Silver Dawn’ distributed to breeders by Silvia Saunders; it was known as Phersons’ Silver Dawn until it was named and registered by Don Hollingsworth.
I enjoy the patterning on this delicate flower. The plant is quite spreading but I’ve had better results with letting it spread naturally than by trying to contain it with a typical peony support hoop which it quickly outgrows.
|Seedling No:||not known|
|Parentage:||24C: F3 of ‘Silver Dawn’. ‘Silver Dawn’ = (obovata ssp. willmottiae X macrophylla)|
|Flower:||Color:||ivory, tinged pink with pink flares|
|Form:||single, ruffled edges|
|Carpels:||3, very pale yellowish green|
|Stamens:||filaments red at base, shading to yellow|
|Foliage color:||slightly lighter green than most|
|Foliage form:||large leaves|
|Height:||32″ (reported); 42″ in 2021|
|Availability:||Several specialty nurseries|