Although the flowers are listed as white, they appear light pink upon opening, and then fade to white.  It is the lightest colored Saunders woody peony and should be more widely grown.

Cultivar: Infanta
Year: 1948
Seedling No: 12623
Group: Mystery
Flower: Color: white, suffused with pink, dark plum flares
Form: single, two rows of petals, opens cupped, flattens out
Blooms: Week 5
Carpels: 5, green
Stigmas: light yellow
Sheath: white
Stamens: dark red from base to yellow just below anthers
Plant: Habit: wide bush
Foliage color: medium green, red tinged edges
Foliage form: slightly more narrow than some
Height: 40″ on 7 year plant
Recommendation: Highly recommended
Availability: Few nurseries specializing in woody peonies