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Picture of a peony moved and moved again as I have moved. It came to me originally from a friend of my mother's, Ellen Bulllis of Meriden CT. who grew and hybridized peonies (so I was told) in the thirties and gave it to my mother. Anyone seen it, or know it?
The foliage looks to be rather small and slender. That might give some clues as to to parentage of this hybrid. It is lovely. Isn't it wonderful how a peony that we've had in our family can seem so possessive of us? I love that about peonies.