• (Roy G. Klehm 1998) This large rosy coral semi-double blooms very early, well ahead of the other corals; reliable bloomer with one spectacular bud per stem; height to 30 inches with thick stems that stand easily without support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Wissing 1964) Large semi-double salmon coral pink, like Coral Charm but a fuller flower with a little deeper salmon at its peak, then still beautiful in all its delightful stages of fading; tall at 36 inches more.
    (Saunders 1942) A single pink with quite a lot of orange; when fully open, the medium size blooms are light orange red or vermillion; white pistils with pale pink tops; another one of Saunders hybrids valued for its progeny; as well, a beautiful and distinguished plant in the garden as well; limited. (Also, on see Brian Porter's picture of Good Cheer.)
  • (Roy G. Klehm 1981) Large semi-double coral pink that shows more pink than the other corals; cream carpels and yellow stamens peek through the center; fades to a beautiful shade of pale coral cream; abundant blooms with a mild fragrance; vigorous with tall stems about 38 inches; APS Gold Medal winner in 2000.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Cousins/Klehm 1981) A wide cupped-shaped vivid coral single with massive center of bright golden stamens; strong upright grower about 30 inches tall; nothing more elegant than massive bouquets of this peony on a stately dinner table.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Wissing 1964) Large brilliant coral semi-double; the tight coral pink buds open to a rich coral peach then fade softer shades of coral all the way to tangerine yellow; a mature plant can sometimes show many shades of coral at once making the plant even more spectacular; tall, but strong stems and great vigor.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Wissing 1965) Intensely coral semi-double with a rosy infusion that add a sunset glow to the color; large dramatic blooms in some seasons are so full of petals, the flower looks double; reaches 32 inches tall and, like all of the corals, needs its first year to grow good roots, so don't expect much on top the ground.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Hillary

    (Anderson 1999) (Intersectional) This cross hybrid has a complicated and variable coloration of shimmering cream, maroon and red throughout the petals, which surround a center of ivory carpels tipped green; it stands out easily among other peonies; originator's stock.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Lorelie

    (Hollingsworth 1996) Medium size round bomb that opens to a unique shade of dusky orange pink; even on fading the color is a lovely shade of pale apricot orange; the rather light fragrance is sweet and spicy; erect bush to 26 inches in height; reliable bloomer.
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