Golden Peony, Molly the Witch Seeds (Paeonia Mlokosewitschii)
Paeonia daurica subsp. mlokosewitschii, the golden peony or Molly the witch, is a species of flowering plant native to the Caucasus Mountains, where it grows on rocky slopes in oak, hornbeam, or beech forests.
It is a herbaceous perennial plant growing 23–27 in (58–69 cm) tall, with biternate, glaucous leaves with obovate lobes. In spring it bears large, single, bowl-shaped lemon-yellow flowers 5 in (13 cm) in diameter, the ovary pubescent, the two to four carpels white, pink or yellow, and the stamen filaments yellow-green.