White

  • (Charles Klehm 1981) White double with a ball center surrounded by guard petals; strong stems to 34 inches, each stem with 4 buds; a reliable opener; pleasing fragrance and good substance; excellent cut flower; Alice Harding X L. Gumm seeding that first bloomed in 1951.  
  • (Nicholls 1938) There are some great white peonies and this is one of them; large perfect rose form flowers, dense with petals; side buds help extend the bloom; well formed bush with a grand stature that reliably produces great flowers and exhilarating fragrance; thick stems stand well without support.
    Available in pots at the nursery  
  • (Carl Klehm 1978) Frilly ivory white with layer after layer of fringed petals that surround a small stand of golden stamens; excellent form and substance; dark lustrous foliage; about 30 inches tall.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Gardenia

    $24.00
    (Lins 1955) Like a gardenia in appearance, this blush white double is one of the finest; many tyimes a winner of championship ribbons; a mild fragrance; many side buds extend the bloom; strong red-tinted stems to 34 inches; stout plant.
    Available in pots at the nursery
  • (Krekler-Roy Klehm 1995) A medium-size bloom of cream and green with lime green streaking and soft pink highlights at the petal edges; 28 inches tall, dazzling, perhaps even mysterious; imagine in arrangements with Coral 'N Gold.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Sass-Interstate Nurseries 1949) A large pure white double, high built, of perfect form and pristine beauty; strong stems, dark green foliage; about 32 inches tall.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Klehm before 1976) Broad creamy guard petals surround a large mass of wavy, pale yellow staminodes, then from the center an emergence of creamy white petals crown this striking white and gold peony; side buds give it a long bloom period.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Van der Balk/ Van der Swet 1953) Large double bomb with lots of side buds that extend the bloom; the flowers appear as double most of the time, but they also be may be semi-double of Japanese form with red stigmas; dense silky and shiny foliage; height to 37 inches so have some support on hand; admirable in the garden and a good choice for cut flowers.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Brand 1928) A large single flower with broad pure white crinkled petals with the texture of white crepe paper; yellow stamens in center; strong stems.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Roy G. Klehm  1987)  A petite white bomb with wide guard petals that surround a mound of creamy white petals; height 26 inches; floriferous; light fragrance.
  • (Miellez 1856) Large and globular pale old rose pink double with slightly darker center; petal edges may be flecked with crimson; strong old rose fragrance; the blooms, as they open, show pale yellow then blush pink before turning all creamy white; strong stems need no support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Doriat 1927) A blush to white double fully packed with petals and perfectly formed; in the center smaller petals with a soft creamy glow makes a mound surrounded by the pure white of the larger outer petals;  a superb peony for the garden as well as for the vase and said to be "the best white peony for cut flowers because of her white bud presentation, strong stems and very easy flowering"; all wrapped in a lovely fragrance.
  • (Roy G. Klehm  1987) White double bomb with upward curving guard petals; reliable bloomer with ball type blossoms; height to 24 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Krekler 1965) Early creamy white double opens with a blush and unfurls large round twisty petals that soften its appearance; the beauty grabs your attention and draws you in; 28 inches with strong stems.  
  • (Allison 1931) A full rose-type double with blooms that can reach 10 inches across; buds open to a delicate shade of pink, then fade to ivory white with a few crimson edges on some of the central petals; twice a Gold Medal winner; vigorous plant, reliable bloomer, stout stems to 36 inches.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Volz 1962) This fully double Gold Medal winner opens with a blush at first then turns to ivory white; a few of the central petals may have light crimson edges; superb large flower with a delicious fragrance; plant height to about 36 inches.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • (Roy G. Klehm 1988) Elegant pure white double bomb with wide, rounded guard petals; lush dark green foliage sets off these lovely scented blooms; strong stems to 32 inches.  
  • (Origin Unknown) Widely grown for its fine cut flowers, this full rose form double has flowers up to 8 inches; starts off with a blush then turns all white with just a hint of a crimson edge on a few of the central petals; blooms profusely on strong stems.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
  • (Bigger 1946) Large double bomb, built high into a mound of loose petals, opens creamy pink then turns snow white; deep inside there's an inner glow of yellow; occasional red edges on a few of the central petals; the 34 inch stems are strong, but with so many big flowers plan some support.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Dessert 1910) Saunders said "At its best Tourangelle is one the most beautiful peonies"; an apple blossom pink semi-double to double, about 4-1/2 to 5 inches, that richly combines light pink and cream; sometimes an entire bouquet of blooms cluster on one stem; support is necessary.
    Available also in pots at the nursery.
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    (Auten 1931) Large double with an exquisitely pearly white sheen; bloom 5 to 6 inches wide; guard petals surround a full center of same color serrated petals; a few petals in the center may have crimson edges; needs support in wet weather; plant about 32 inches tall; good for cutting.
  • (David L. Reath 1992) A very fragrant and beautiful seedling of peony 'White Charm'; perfect rose form snow white flowers on strong stems that reach 30 inches.