• La Donna

    (Hollingsworth 1997 ) Fluffy layers of medium pink petals make up this large flat double, which is interspersed with tufts of yellow staminodes; an exquisitely illuminous yet soft touch for the garden; with its vigorous growth forms a huge strong plant with stems to 36 inches.
  • (Lemoine 1901) Creamy flesh to white incurved large flowers borne in clusters; the flat double flowers are tinted a delicate shade of pink which is darkest in the center; has a slight yellow glow from the few buried stamens and a few occasional flashes of red on some of the petals; plant height about 36 inches; takes a few years for the blooms to look their best, but established plants are floriferous and well worth the wait.
  • Langley

    (Bockstoce 1955) A lovely vivid pink double that blooms early and into the early midseason; some golden stamens peek through the petals making the flowers even more distinct; height to 30 inches with strong stems that keep the flowers aloft.
    (Franklin 1931) Deep rose pink double about 8 inches wide opens late; heavy blooms packed with petals also pack a delicious fragrance; must have full sun in our Pacific Northwest climate; tall stems to 36 inches.
  • (Roy Klehm 1999) This soft pink double resembles a good looking camillia; plant height 26 inches, blooms 5-1/2 inches, one bud per stem; a delicate-looking but good substance flower with fragrance, pollen and seeds; blooms midseason.
    Available in pots at the nursery.  
  • (Saunders 1942) Warm peachy rose pink semi-double with large upright petals that occasionally open flat; an elegant classic peony that always makes an outstanding presentation with flower and plant habit in perfect proportion; strong, erect stems unlikely to need support.
  • Ludovica

    (Saunders 1941) Opulent rose pink semi-double forms huge cupped blooms that remain elegant and graceful in spite of the size; short plant, almost dwarf, reaches a height of 28 inches and makes it ideal for the front of a border; neat row of yellow stamens at the center has pollen that is slightly fertile.
  • Luxuriant

    (Anderson 1986) Pink buds open to a creamy lavender semi-double flower with an exotic maroon interior deep within the broad wide petals; height to 36 inches and 44 inches wide; originator's stock.
  • (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.  
  • Ming Joy

    (Krekler 1978) Very desirable glossy dark red that carries a black sheen over the dark petals; loosely built 5-inch flower with a few golden stamens showing through; strong stems 30 inches tall with splendid foliage; well regarded as a cut flower.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • (Doriat 1935) Velvety glowing purple red double with a thin silver border around each petal; plants, about 36 inches tall, are exceptionally floriferous with vigorous growth just about anywhere in the garden; several plants together easily create a mass glowing effect to highlight an area; good for cut flowers, too.
  • (Roy Klehm 1986) Superb creamy white double with flowers 8 inches wide on a short plant about 28 inches tall; an abundance of blooms in the mid to late seasons with a moderate spicy fragrance; layers of billowing petals comparable to Moonstone and Moon River.
    (Roy Klehm 1994) Charming soft pink semi-double on a compact plant no more than 20-22 inches in height; vigorous grower and reliable bloomer with pollen, seeds and a lovely fragrance.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
  • Nancy

    (White 1954) Peachy pink hybrid with a distinctive and unique blend of peach, salmon, pink and apricot; stems are thick with broad light green foliage; height to 28 inches or more; a quad hybrid with four species in its heritage; rarely available.
  • (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.
  • (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.
  • (Thurlow 1918) Very large bright rose pink paling with age; color is a bit darker in the deep cupped center; height 36 to 42 inches so likely to need support; the large flowers are compared to Therese; rich spicy fragrance; seldom available.
  • (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.
  • (Roy Pehrson's Best Yellow 1982)  Large soft, but true yellow single flower with good, solid substance; a medium height plant with strong stems and dark green foliage; usually some side buds; vigorous grower.
    Available in pots at the nursery.
    (Seidl/Simmons 2015) This yellow herbaceous hybrid from New Zealand is a coming attraction and may well become the queen of yellows as it is populates gardens in the US; the flower is 6.5 inches in diameter with many other attributes: stands well against wind/ no staking even in the rain; productive bloomer for cut flowers and healthy growth habits; height 32 inches; just a few.
  • (Hollingsworth 1984) Pink and cream yellow Japanese anemone to loose double form; warm pink guard petals surround a center of large, cream yellow petaloids; on mature plants a great deal of spectacular feathering can occur in the center with many pink petals springing out; sidebuds extend flowering; about 36" tall.
  • (Tolomeo 2010) YeDo is for Yellow Double and it is the most double of two famous yellow intersectionals introduced by Tolomeo; the other is Sonoma Halo, also in our garden; very full flowers six inches or more in size; height about 30 inches tall; a phenomenal flower that stands upright; prolific bloomer.

    Sunny Boy

    (Chris Laning 1985) Full double medium yellow with purple red flares at the petal base; a hybridizer’s peony because it sets seeds and has effective pollen; slow growing.
  • Sweet 16

    (Roy G. Klehm) Creamy blend of ivory white and soft pink petals form a center ball surrounded by wide soft pink guard petals; height to 28 inches; excellent cut flower with a light pleasing scent.
    Available in pots at the nursery.