Beach Comber. Bremer. 2019. Advanced generation lutea hybrid. Parentage is Sedona x Autumn Harvest. Very large semi-double to double old rose with cream outer petals. Petals highly ruffled, creating a full looking flower. Excellent outward carriage of flowers on strong stems. Up to three buds per stem creating a long bloom season. Fertile both ways easily. Plants to 4 feet. Cream sheath, green stigmas, red filaments. Short red flares less than 1/3 of petal length. Has broad large deep green leaves which are dissected and pointed. Woody stems have exhibited better than average hardiness and longevity. Plants are taller than wide and are excellent performers annually. Named for Kris Casey’s enjoyment of long walks along the beach in Door County. Kris is responsible for getting me interested in woody peonies and introducing me to Bill Seidl, for which I am eternally grateful. This plant represents one of the finest advanced generation lutea hybrids to date (my opinion). Fertile both ways. Extremely limited and in high demand. Beach Comber has the largest flowers of all lutea hybrids. Ships in late September to mid October. AGE: Field grown, 4+ year old graft or division from larger plants – our choice of available plant material upon harvest.