Spectacular dark scarlet red semi-double with a slightly crinkled and velvety texture; large blooms stand well above the light green foliage; reliable bloomer; in Greek mythology Hephestos was the god of fire; divisions from well established plants.
  • Iphegenia

    (Daphnis 1977 ) One of the most dramatic tree peonies in our gardens; large deep velvety red semi-double with two rows of rounded petals surround a center of dark glossy black maroon flares; floriferous; 38" tall and a vigorous grower as well as reliable bloomer.
  • Kronos

    (Daphnis) Dark deep red double flower with a black-blue overcast; large semi-double flowers are slightly pendulous; vigorous bloomer; magnificent in every aspect; named after the god of time; divisions from field grown plants. If you want stems intact, please call in your order.