I haven’t seen flowers I would describe as “orange-red” as stated in both the Saunders catalogues and the APS website. I believe my plant fits the description give by Reath and Saunders who described the color as “dusky purplish-rose with creamy tones”.
|Flower:||Color:||pink rose with creamy tones|
|Form:||single/semi-double, three rows of petals|
|Stigmas:||cream with pink tones|
|Stamens:||filaments red at base, shading to yellow, stamens uneven, anthers “naked”|
|Foliage color:||medium green, turns purplish in summer and fall|
|Foliage form:||average width|
|Height:||42″ on 7 year plant|
|Availability:||Several nurseries specializing in woody peonies|
Interesting fall foliage.