Pink / Purple

//Pink / Purple
  • Amabilis

    $18.00
    (Calot 1856) A large fuchsia pink double with wide guard petals and a fluffy center; petaloids of paler pink in the center are interspersed with the other petals; about 33 inches tall; one of the last to bloom.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Barbara

    $24.00
    (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.
  • Bessie

    $28.00
    (Krekler 1958) Light silvery pink double with even more silvery highlights as the bloom matures; the large flat blossoms are sweetly fragrant and dense with wide, round petals; deep green foliage with stems to 26 inches; forms a tidy mound.  
  • (Hoogendorn Holland 1949) Big showy pink Japanese variety much in demand; flowers can reach 10 inches on a mature plant; fuchsine rose guard petals surround a mound of creamy staminodes; sometimes pink petaloids arising out of the center are so profuse, the peony look like a full double bomb.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Rosenfield 1955)  A delightful Japanese type peony with a buttery yellow center set inside a wide fan of rose pink petals, which fade gradually to shell pink; vigorous, upright grower; plant height to about 36 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Seidl  1996) Loosely arranged bright rose pink petals give these 5 inch flowers a carnation-like appearance; strong spicy fragrance is released when the weather is warm; stems are 30 inches or more and width reaches 38 inches; forms a neat bush.
    Available in pots at the nursery.    
  • (Roy Klehm 2003) Deep rose pink Imperial with a double row of guard petals surrounding a bold cheddar yellow center of petaloids; tufts of rose pink and cream petaloids streaked with yellow appear out of the center;  large blooms and intense colors make Cheese Country a winner in the garden; plant height to 26 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Dessert 1920) A bold handsome peony with magnificent stature; the large vivid rose-pink blooms have a flat crown packed full of small petals arranged in a rose form; light tea rose fragrance; strong grower as tall as 40 inches, so might need support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Krekler 1985) This Japanese type has huge bi-color flowers that are a standout in the garden; vivid raspberry pink guard petals surround a full luscious center of creamy white staminodes; vigorous grower and lush foliage; plant height to 32 inches or more.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Doreen

    $20.00
    (Sass 1949) Bright rose pink Imperial type infused with several other shades of pink; mass of deep golden petaloids in the center is fringed with silvery gold; tall with strong stems and pleasantly fragrant.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Holland) Large frilly pink with layers of petals; strong rose-like fragrance; about 24 inches tall and a robust grower with strong stems; excellent cut, reputed to one of the most fragrant peonies.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Lemon 1924) One of the oldest peonies in commerce; medium-size to large blooms of silvery old rose pink; floriferous with several sidebuds; tall stems about 36 inches will need staking; blooms midseason in our Pacific Northwest climate; intoxicating fragrance, so, warning, don't sniff and drive.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Lyman Cousins-Roy Klehm 1981) Showy ceamy salmon-coral double with swirling innter petaloids brightly etched with gold; plant height to 36 inches; one of the most sought after peonies; limited, one per customer.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Anderson 1986) (Intersectional) A lovely 6- to 8-inch flower in a desirable shade of lavender pink with red flares at the base of the petals; blooms semi-double to double; plant forms a mounded bush about 26 to 30 inches in height; originator's stock.  
  • (Auten 1933) One of the most vivid and floriferous peonies in any garden; the pretty flowers, many per stem, are a contrast of pink and white with guard petals of bright cerise pink surrounding a plush tuft of white and cream; petaloids in the center have some tints of pink.
    Available in pots at the nursery
  • (Hoogendoorn, Holland 1949) Double blooms of fuchsine rose up to 10 to 12 inches wide with a dense mass of petals; on occasion it's semi-double; 3-1/2 ft. tall; excellent cut flower and garden specimen.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • SOLD OUT
    (Gombault/Dessert 1866) A globe of pink, salmon pink and cream petals, surrounded by large pink guard petals; some of the pink petals in the center show red edges; dazzling flowers are medium-size, but over years get very large; height to about 38 inches.
  • (Carl Klehm) Large full rose double with cherry-red, rose-red and bright pink tints; silver tips appear at the petal edges as the bloom matures; the last peony to emerge in the spring, and just when you think it didn't make it through winter, you'll find it up and peeking through the covers.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Wild 1966) This delightful Imperial has a large and luminous golden center often flecked with pale pink petaloids, which are surrounded with wide pale pink guard petals; in late afternoon sunlight on these lush and abundant blooms illuminates them with a soft golden glow; towards fall the foliage turns deep red; strong stems to 32 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Anderson 2010) (Intersectional) Wide 7- to 8-inch bright fuchsia pink semi-double with a purplish cast; prolific bloomer; 30 inches tall by 42 inches wide at maturity; no pollen but plenty of garden glamour.
  • (Sass 1927) Magnificent rose pink double that vigorously grows into a tall, hefty bush and provides plenty of full and heavy substance blooms; color has a touch of blue that slightly cools the pink; support advisable.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Heidi

    $20.00
    (Tischler) An extremely robust Imperial with an abundance of 4- to 5-inch light pink flowers with coral tipped staminodes; an attraction in the garden and ignites like a sparkler in bouquets; 26 inches tall or often more in wet springs.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Joker

    $30.00
    (Landis/A. Rogers 2004) As a luscious dark pink peony, Joker is lovely enough, but there's more; in the interior of the petals, the dark pink fades to white while the edges continue to hold the deep pink forming an exquisite picotee; height to 32 inches; strong stems uphold mid-size blooms; a Joker full of blooms is a pure joy.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Hermoine

    $26.00
    (Sass 1932) A lavish pink full double that's an old fashioned delight; frilly petals of rich apple-blossom pink; superbly fragrant.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Largo

    $18.00
    (Vories 1929) Superb, wide-spreading Japanese variety with large showy blooms; height to 38 inches with width at about 5 ft.; wide blue pink petals surround a simple center of golden yellow staminodes; strong stems; dark green foliage; slight fragrance.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Lavon

    $24.00
    (Hollingsworth 1993) High-built double lavender pink two-tone with a large yellow collar and  center tuft, set off by broad bands of warm pink petals; in our garden the depth of the flower is often 10 inches; splendid for cutting, but needs high support for the long stems and heavy blossoms; stands tall, proud and magnificent.
  • (Laning 1993) An astonishing double peony that goes from green to yellow to pink; appearance is variable from bloom to bloom; sometimes one flower can be divided into equal sections of green, yellow and pink; closely packed petals are ruffled and furled and form a full tight double within a cup of outer petals; sometimes the first bloom on a plant looks like this peony doesn't have a plan, but hold on, the show is amazing; foliage is rich green and stems reach 26 to 30 inches.
  • (Gumm 1921) Large showy apple blossom pink double with a touch of ivory yellow in the crown;  forms a large plant about 4 ft. wide and at least 35 inches tall; keep blooming, ever so fragrantly, well into the late season.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Roy Klehm 1985) Tall double bomb in a delicate shade of pink with tones of lavender, cream and white; the bloom has a single to double row guard petals; superb cut flower; height to 38 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Sass 1937)  Large blossoms of sparkling bright cerise rose borne on strong, upright stems; full bomb type double; medium height; blooms late midseason and into the late.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Roy G. Klehm 1995) Six inch flowers in a clear and brilliant shade of magenta bloom on a short plant merely 24 inches tall; forms a neat and compact plant with a multitude of flowers; silvering at the edges of the petals occurs in the later phases of blooming.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Crousse 1888) This was probably one of the peonies in grandma's garden; huge light rose pink double bomb--a garden classic and still a show stopper; very large flower on stems that reach 40 inches, so staking is necessary, but it's a peony hard to beat for  a multitude of cut flowers every season;  and with a mild scent of old roses.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Franklin 1932) A peony legend--soft shell pink double infused with cream; many flowers on each stem; a perfect pink to grace your garden with billowing flowers and lovely fragrance; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt has been an American Peony Society Gold Medal winner.
  • (Brand 1925) One of the most fragrant peonies with the strong, sweet scent of roses; large rose-form double of pastel salmon pink that fades to near white; strong stems about 34 inches; reliable late bloomer.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Calot 1867 aka Fleur de Pêcher ) Exquisite peachy pastel double with wide pale guard petals; all turns to pale parchment ivory as the bloom fades; a gorgeous, ethereal flower blessed with a heady sweet fragrance; perfect manners, too; strong stems, short height (about 32 inches) and attractive foliage crowned by well formed, medium size flowers.
  • Neon

    $35.00
    (Nicholls 1941) Large lavender rose pink Imperial with a center of elongated, serrated staminodes edged in a fortune of bright shiny gold; a few pink petaloids can also emerge from the center; strong stems to 36 inches, has side buds; usually stands without support; excellent for jaw-dropping cut flowers; fragrance faint.
  • Brilliant double pink, an antique variety that has been found in European gardens since 1700's; blooms have a slightly silver cast; good foliage form a tidy mound 24 to 30 inches tall.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Murawska 1960) An enormous double that is a luscious shade of deep rose pink with no blue tones; floriferous; stems to 34 inches are reliably laden with large, heavy blooms, so plan to stake; APS Gold Medal winner.
  • Sweetie

    $22.00
    (Krekler/Roy G. Klehm 1977) A deep lavender pink bomb, medium size, standing on stems 18 inches tall; a lovely specimen for the front of the border or in a small scale garden.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • Sorbet

    $22.00
    (South Korea/ Luc Klinkhamer 1987) Sorbet was discovered near the North Korean border and used thereabouts only for its roots, until introduced in Europe and the U.S., were its now among the most popular peonies; the 5-inch flowers have creamy white petals between top and bottom layers of strawberry and raspberry; neat plant 3 ft. tall stand up well to any weather and provide cut flowers that last.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • (Samuel Wissing-Roy G. Klehm 1968) Like Coral Charm with its large semi-double flowers but the color is something else!  A rich, glowing raspberry red with a mass of golden stamens in the center; you can see it shine from quite afar;  reliable bloomer with stems that top 36 inches; staking helps.
  • (Roy G. Klehm 2003) Stunning 5-1/2 inch Japanese with cerise (pinkish cherry red) guard petals surrounding a white to cream center with cerise stigmas; reliable and prolific bloomer with 2-3 buds per stem; will set seeds.
  • (Roelof Arendsveen van der Mer 1928) A sumptuous silvery rose pink double with large, overlapping petals and sweet fragrance; some yellow stamens glow from within; foliage has good autumn color; height about 36 inches.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • (Carl G. Klehm 1968) Large double bomb of cream with a big dollop of raspberry on top; first year blossoms are pale or even all white, but as the plant matures, the colors intensify; delightful fragrance; height about 36 inches.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • Spiffy

    $26.00
    (Krekler-Roy. G. Klehm  1999) Brilliant fuchsia-rose petals fan around a ball of soft pink, cream and fuchsia-rose petaloids; 28 inches tall, each bloom is a little different from the other and all together, awesome!
    Available also in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Krekler 1965) Stunning Imperial that really puts on a show; large round rose pink guard petals surround a vivacious center of yellow, orange and rose pink staminodes, spiked with tufts of pink petaloids.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.