• Athena

    $28.00
    (Saunders 1955) White single with a golden ivory sheen, a quadruple hybrid,  with bright raspberry red flares on the inside of each petal; golden stamens surround bright green carpels with rosy pink tips; a masterpiece for the early garden; slightly fragrant; 30 inches tall; stands without support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Tischler 1987) 4 to 5 inch bright pink anemone type peonies with same color guard petals are perfect for a small garden or border or even to try in a patio pot; heavy bloomer merely 24 inches tall with strong, straight stems; slightly fragrant.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Thierry Rat, France 1972 Dance of Fire)  INTERSECTIONAL Very large densely filled warm yellow-orange flowers that fade from its peachy tones to a creamy yellow while retaining the dramatic dark rose center;  height is about 25 inches; a beautiful and vigorous standout among an ever growing peony group that needs discernment.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Dayton

    $26.00
    (Krekler 1962) Large double blooms of deep, rich rose pink with dancing silvery highlights; exceptional fragrance for your bouquet of late bloomers; medium height, strong stems.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Blonk, Nederland, before 1950) Large, deep rose pink double known for its sweet fragrance; full long-lasting flowers bloom in mid season with an occasional hairline red-edge accenting some of the petals; lots of side buds to prolong the bloom; plant height about 34 inches or more.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
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    (Tischler 1967) A bright, deep fuchsia pink rose form peony that creates a spectacle atop its 40 inch stems; side buds form a cluster of lusciousness and beauty like no other peony; strong stems but support helps, especially when it rains; buds the size of golf balls; light fragrance; awesome Elsie!
  • (Roy Klehm 1993) Deep magenta pink double, packed with petals and fragrance; no taller than 26", this imp is a perfect companion to Lancaster Imp if your search is for shorter peonies.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Jacorma

    $28.00
    (DeVroomen Nederland 1969) Bred in the Netherlands, this bright rose pink double peony extends the late bloom season being one of the last if not the very last to flower.  Even so it opens reliably, blooms prolifically. The large flowers are held up very well on sturdy 32-inch stems and, unless it's raining everyday, may not need staking. Very resistant to the leaf spotting and very easy to grow; fragrant.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Calot 1858) Deep rose guard petals surround an anemone center of ivory cream and pale yellow petaloids, edged with broad strokes of red; an incomparable show of exquisite beauty; forms a massive plant up to 36 inches including blooms; heavy bloomer; vigorous grower.
  • Kansas

    $24.00
    (Bigger 1940) A legendary peony with large blooms 8 inches or more on strong stems up to 36 inches in height; vigorous, floriferous and easy to grow; APS Gold Medal winner, 1957; deep reddish pink; needs support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Franklin 1939) Deep rose pink double noted for its perfect flower form and fragrance; heavy blooms packed with petals on tall stems to 36 inches; needs full sun and some support.
  • (Brand 1907) Huge bright cupped rose pink double often 8 to 10 inches wide with shading to silvery pink at the petal edges; tall stems to 36 inches with flowers held well above the foliage; lovely old rose fragrance.
  • (Carl. G. Klehm 1973) Tall, strong stems and massive, yet exquisite blooms make this giant a standout among pink peonies;  full and fluffy soft cameo pink flowers 8 to 10 inches wide stay upright over the foliage; APS Gold Medal winner in 1994.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (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.
  • (Roy G. Klehm) Fully double hot, hot pink jazzed up with crinkled, crepy and curled petals; large flowers lightly scented stand on stiff stems; 36 inches tall with a spread of about 3 feet.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Brand 1932) Intriguing Japanese variety has broad soft creamy rose guard petals that surround a large ball of brilliant red staminodes; overall a fragrant blend  of red, rose, light and dark pink; medium height; Brand writes in 1977 catalog, “When the flower is cut in bud and developed inside, the result is simply marvelous.”
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Holland) A striking specimen with violet-pink petals fading to white at the tips will add a bit of extraordinary to your garden; strong plants with long stems to 34 inches and big flowers that make great cuts for your in early summer bouquets; mildly fragrant.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Roy G. Klehm 1985)  A favorite pink double of rich rose edged a little lighter to silvery pink at the petal edges; a few central petals may show crimson edges; the plants are very robust and floriferous.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Krekler/R.G. Klehm 1999)   Light salmon pink guard petals surround a large well packed center of creamy yellow petaloids that turns to creamy salmon; the beautiful bomb flowers are 6 inches or more;  36 inch stems have four buds each.
  • (Roy G. Klehm 2000) A lively color combination of raspberry, cream and pink petals that form a petite full bomb flower; three to four buds per each 28 to 30 inch stem; fragrant blooms in the mid late season; for a smaller garden or border it's a perfectly proportioned double bomb.    
  • (Klehm, before 1975) Soft cameo pink double bomb with flaring guard petals; some of the petals have deeper pink highlights and hairline red edges; about 32 inches tall; pleasant fragrance.
  • Barbara

    $30.00
    (Poland circa 1986) Little is known about the origins of this robust peony, but it's a remarkable statement in the garden; a very desirable shade of deep rose pink with weeks of heavy blooming; the slightly fragrant flowers are a luscious mass of tightly curled inner petals centered on a wide fan of well-built guards; height 30 inches or more.  
  • (Roy G. Klehm 2000) A vigorous, easy to grow light pink double with some golden stamens showing through the crown; forms a tidy plant 26 to 28 inches in height; strong stems.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (H. Wolfe/Hollingsworth 1998) A large light crimson (or light purple) with an anemone bomb form; the center mass of pale petals is surrounded by large dark purple guards; nestled in the pale center the carpels, which turn dark purple, provide a striking contrast; tall but strong stems from 34 to 40 inches with big, heavy flowers that will benefit from support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
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