There can be no confusion about this unique peony!  Its cup-shaped clear light yellow flowers have very distinct pink edges. The central flares are more intense than in most other cultivars.  It should be much more widely grown.

Cultivar: Angelet
Year: 1950
Seedling No: not known
Group: Tea Rose
Flower: Color: yellow with rose edging, intense dark red flares
Form: lists as single but three rows of petals = semi-double
Blooms: Week 5
Carpels: 5, green
Stigmas: pale yellow
Sheath: pale yellow
Stamens: filaments red
Plant: Habit: broad rounded bush
Foliage color: medium green
Foliage form: typical
Height: 43″ on 7 year old plant
Recommendation: Highly recommended
Availability: Rare