Tree peony Iphigenia
Paeonia lutea hybrid "Iphigenia". A double row of deep purple outward curving petals, emphasise the dark flares and yellow stamens in the centre.
Softly scented flowers grace stout stems clad in a lighter shade of green foliage.
Daughter of Agememmon and Clutemnestra in Greek mythology. Iphigenia could refer to "strong born".
Registered in 1977.
|Colour Palette||From red to purple|
|Flowering Period||From Week 3 | Early mid|
|Height||e| Over 100 cm | 40"|
|Flower Bud(s)||One main flower bud|
|Usage||As a landscape peony|