Herbaceous Peonies

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Adonis


Full double light pink with a collar of yellow stamens. The bloom has a tall centre on sturdy stems. Blooms mid to late season.

Sass, 1930
Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Adrienne Clarkson

Single cream coloured bloom with raspberry-pink flares. Usually, 1 bloom per strong stems up to 45inches tall. Excellent foliage and strong grower. Fertile both ways. Blooms early. A Canadian introduction named after Canada's 26th Governor General.

Menard, 2004
Herbaceous Hybrid
$45.00
 
Ann Berry Cousins An excellent peony by the Canadian breeder, Lyman Cousins. Semi-double salmon with deeper shades toward the centre of golden stamens. Blooms early.
Cousins, 1972
Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
Athena

A single cup shaped peony from a quadruple cross of four species. Peachy ivory petals with large rose pink flares. Strong stems, excellent foliage and fragrant. One of the first peonies to bloom.

Saunders, 1949
Herbaceous Hybrid
$45.00
 
Bess Bockstoce

Double light pink bloom on medium high strong stems. Blooms earlier than most double pinks

Bockstoce, 1955
Herbaceous Hybrid
$50.00
 
Bowl of Beauty

A very popular Japanese shaped lactiflora with large magenta petals surrounding creamy yellow staminodes. Blooms mid to late season.

Hoogendoorn, 1949
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Florence Nicholls

Double. Very large rose shaped flower of blush white with a deeper pink tones in the centre. Very fragrant and floriferous. Strong stems with many side buds. Medium height. Flowers mid-season.

Nicholls, 1938
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Garden Lace Japanese form peony with soft pink petals surrounding a centre of delicate yellow staminodes. Fragrant. Many side buds produce abundant flowers which are very rain proof. Good landscape plant.
Hollingsworth, 1992
Lactiflora
$35.00
 
Gardenia

Double blush white with a slight fragrance. A truly beautiful flower with a glow of golden stamens and occasionally a streak of pink. Blooms in midseason.

Lins, 1949
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
George Vorauer

Very dark red single blooms, several per stem. The dark petals contrast well with the yellow stamens and the purple cast to the foliage. Blooms warly to mid-season. A Canadian introduction ‘named to honour George Vorauer, a passionate peony collector and gardener who was instrumental in leading the effort to restore and expand the historic peony collection at the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa’.

Menard, 2007
 Lactiflora 
$35.00
 
Honor

Single bright pink with yellow stamens held above low mounding foliage. Slightly fragrant and blooms early.

Saunders, 1941
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 

Katharine

Double white with red flecks in the buds and bloom. Fragrant. Deep green foliage on a vigorous plant. Excellent. Blooms late.
Reath, 2000)
Lactiflora
$35.00
 
Krinkled White Single. White petals with slightly wrinkled edges surround a yellow mass of stamens. Very photogenic and slightly fragrant. Flowers midseason.
Brand, 1928
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Le Cygne  Double. Translates as ‘The Swan’. Very large white tinged with ivory. Often considered one of the most perfect peonies, due to its broad overlapped incurved petals. Moderately fragrant. Height 27 inches. Flowers early.
Lemoine, 1907
Lactiflora
$25.00 
 
Lois Arleen

Semi-double to double. Brilliant red, gold stamens, vigorous, floriferous. Excellent. Flowers early.

Moots, 1962
Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
Longfellow

Bright, non-fading crimson red with golden stamens. Fairly short with strong stems. Slightly fragrant. Flowers in midseason.

Brand, 1907
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Loren Franklin

Double. Fragrant, very large rose-shaped dark pink bloom on stiff stems. Blooms midseason

Franklin, 1931
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Mary Pratte

Single mid pink bloom with slightly darker flares and yellow stamens. A strong grower and very floriferous with 6 inch blooms and strong 36 inch stems. A Canadian introduction named to honour Mary Pratte, the third president of the Canadian Peony Society.

Menard, 2006
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
Montezuma

A bright red cup-shaped single or semi-double flower on strong tall stems. Another excellent garden plant by Saunders. 

Saunders, 1943
Herbaceous Hybrid   
$45.00
 

Moonstone

Double mid pink fading to blush and then to cream tones in strong sunlight. Perfectly formed very fragrant blooms are great in the garden and vase. Blooms mid to late season.

Murawska, 1943
Lactiflora
APS Gold 1959
$45.00
 
Night Watch

Semi-double very dark red. Good presentation. Blooms early.

Saunders, 1950
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
P. tenuifolia rubra plena

This is the famous double red fernleaf peony that is so sought after. The first peony to bloom each year. The fine foliage may deteriorate during the summer in hot dry conditions. Part shade and watering during the worst droughts will help the foliage last longer. Blooms very early.

species
$65.00
 
Patriot

Single bright red with contrasting gold stamens on tall strong stems.

Saunders, 1943
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 

Pico

A large pure white single peony with a gold centre. Excellent landscape plant. Blooms early.

Freeborn, 1934
Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Prairie Moon

A lovely soft yellow semi-double that fades to a creamy yellow. Best placed behind another perennial as the light green foliage may deteriorate later in the season. Blooms midseason. Our entry received Court of Honor Award at the 2010 APS convention.

Fay, 1959
Herbaceous Hybrid
$55.00
 
Pride of Blasdell Japanese form. Dark pink guard petals with yellow tipped staminodes. Very attractive with many side-buds and dark green foliage well into autumn. Blooms mid late season.
Kelsey, 1934
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Prosperity Maud

Single apricot blooms with deep pink flares intensified by the deep pink base of the otherwise golden stamens. Strong stems provide up to 3 flowers each which are fertile both ways. Very popular with our honeybees for early pollen. Excellent garden plant.

Menard/D’Aoust 2003
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
Red Charm True red, bomb-type double of exceptional quality. Excellent foliage. Midseason.
Glasscock, 1944
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
APS Gold Medal 1956
 
Red Grace

Dark red ball form, almost a globe. Therefore it looks best with some support. Blooms early.

Glasscock/ Klehm, 1980
Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
Requiem Single, very tall waxy white flowers with high golden centres. Good landscape peony. Blooms early
Saunders, 1941
Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
Rhapsody

Japanese form bloom of medium pink encircling a mound of cream coloured small petals. May have a centre of pink and red. Blooms mid-season.

Auten, 1956
Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Salmon Glow Single. Bright salmon pink petals with a gold centre. Vigorous upright grower. Blooms very early.
Glasscock, 1947
 Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
Scarlet O’Hara

Single, bright red petals surrounding yellow stamens. Strong plant with good foliage.

Falk/Glasscock, 1956
ALM 2009
$30.00
 
Sorbet aka Eden’s Perfume

Very high double pink bomb-shaped bloom with white and pink petals in layers. Fragrant, medium height, striking. Blooms mid-season.

unknown
Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Splendida

Double large  medium pink fading to a light pink in strong sunlight. Very floriferous and fragrant on tall stiff stems with excellent foliage. Blooms mid-season. A personal favourite.

Guerin, 1850
Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Sugar n’ Spice A single pink with gold stamens blooms very early above dark green foliage. The petals are ruffled and the flower cup-shaped creating an impressive display for a single flower. Early.  A favourite.
Rogers, 1988
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
Sword Dance Japanese form that is an outstanding rich red bloom with golden petaloids streaked with red in the centre. A strong striking plant that always attracts attention. Blooms midseason.
Auten, 1933
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Villosa The soft pink blooms are perfectly displayed on lush blue green foliage. This plant is a great addition to the garden all season. Short (about 15 inches), it blooms early.
species
$35.00
 

 

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