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'Akashi-gata' peony References
Book  (Jan 2000)  Page(s) 159.  
Akasjhigata Herbaceous Peony. Origin unknown. A Japanese pink lactiflora
Article (magazine)  (Jan 1955)  Page(s) 19.  
The Chugai varieties imported in the 1920's and early 1930's proved to be the handsomest to reach this country. Not only that, they were true to descriptions, and re-orders brought the same variety under the same name. It is from these varieties that we had for the first time an opportunity to know what we meant when we mentioned 'Akashi-gata,' 'Dokushin-den,' 'Iro-no-seki,' or other named variety. It is unfortunate for us that the Chugai Nursery went out of business either shortly before or during World War II
Article (magazine)  (Jan 1955)  Page(s) 20.  
In rose-red to vermilion, (Class III) , there are 'Mikasa-yama,' 'Akashigata,' and 'Ukare-jishi.'
Article (magazine)  (Jan 1955)  Page(s) 56.  
Alphabetical Check List of Tree Peony Names In  Public Collections And/or Available in Nurseries 1954-1955
Japanese, Pink, 'Akashi-gata' (Akashi Beach) (Shore of Akashi), (Jap. bef. 1893), [Gardens] Scott Foundation, University of Washington Arboretum
Website/Catalog  (1933)  Page(s) [4].  
Tree Peonies - The King of Flowers
Akashi-gata—Semi-double, Salmon... $10.00
Website/Catalog  (1928)  Page(s) 74.  
Pivoines en arbre du Japon...Akashigata.- Très large pétale rose, franges ondulés, fleurs simples.
Website/Catalog  (1914)  Page(s) 7.  
Paeonia Moutan (Japanese tree peony)
1. Akashi-gata, Rosy pink, petals fringed and undulated, with yellow tasselled anthers, 15 [inches across].
Website/Catalog  (1909)  Page(s) 13.  
Paeonia Moutan....
31. Akashi-gata, rosy pink petals fringed and undulated, with yellow tassel anthers, 14 inches.
Book  (Apr 1907)  Page(s) 16.  
55. AKASHIGATA, P. moutan
(1) 1903, Japanese Cat. Fewkes' MSS.
Website/Catalog  (1898)  Page(s) 13.  
Paeonia Mouton. Tree Peony.
This plant is already well-known to the West. Flowers in May, widely differing in color and form. Stems either shrubby or branched from the foot. The best species are native of central Japan. The flower often attains one foot in diameter. These plants have fanciful names in Japanese, which we give with as nearly as possible the English equivalent.
Double grafted set of 20, no two alike, $4.00. 1 case of 100 peonies comprising 25 varieties, $18.50.
III. Light Pink.
Akashigata, Shore of Akashi...
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