Herbaceous Peonies

Itoh and Tree Herbaceous
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Full double soft pink fading to creamy white. Height 31 inches. Flowers late season with the other lactifloras. Very fragrant and an excellent cut flower. Sturdy stems but best with some support.

Franklin, 1928
Lactiflora
APS Gold Medal 1933
$30.00
 
A la Mode Single with large pure white flowers with yellow stamens on strong stems. Height 36 inches. Flowers early to midseason.
Klehm, 1981
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Amalia Olson

Double very full white bloom with sturdy stems making suitable for landscape and cut flower. Very fragrant. Blooms mid to late season.

Olson, 1959
Lactiflora
APS Gold medal 2011
$40.00
 
Angel Cheeks Double bloom of soft pink with light cream petals at the base. Sturdy stems for good presentation. Slightly fragrant. Blooms midseason
Klehm, 1970
 Lactiflora
Gold Medal 2005, ALM
$30.00
 
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
 
Belle Center

Semi-double mahogany-red cup shaped blooms with bright yellow stamens held well above foliage. Blooms early. Joe’s favourite herbaceous hybrid.

Mains, 1956
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
Browns Red Jap

Japanese. A deep pink rather than red surrounding a gold centre. Very attractive. Fragrant. Flowers midseason. A Canadian introduction.

Brown
lactiflora
$25.00
 
Coral ‘n Gold Single rich coral cup-shaped flowers with a double row of petals surrounding thick gold stamens. Vigorous grower with strong stems. Lyman Cousins was a breeder from Ontario.  An excellent cut flower. Blooms early.
Cousins/Klehm, 1981
Herbaceous Hybrid
ALM
$35.00
 
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
 
Janice Single cup-shaped salmon pink that stands out in the garden. Very limited
Saunders, 1939
Herbaceous Hybrid
$50.00
 
Jayhawker

 

Double light pink. The flower holds its shape well. Stiff stems. Moderate fragrance. Flowers early to midseason.

 

Bigger, 1949
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
John's Dream

Formerly seedling garden plant JS08-01            
Quoting from the American Peony Society registration listed in the September 2016; No. 379. “An unusual flower form in that it looks JAPANESE ….but it has stamens and pollen as well. The center boss begins with stamens with thick round filaments, then as one progresses towards the center the filaments begin to flatten until they become staminodes. One flower per stem, 9 inches in size (23cm). The flower is bowl shaped, but a bowl with a wide rim having a boss of stamens and staminodes nestled inside the center cup. Soft yellow petals are huge, 4 inches (20 cm) at their widest point as well as being 4 inches long, the flower made up of 9 – 10 petals. Petals rounded and gently ruffled. Very large buds, 2½ inches (6cm) in height. Carpels pale yellow-green, 3 in number, smooth. Stigmas pale yellow-green with pink along the inside edge, morphologically normal. Staminodal disc prominent, complete, white with greenish cast and hint of pink on some tips. No fragrance. Presumed tetraploid. Fertile both ways and has produced seedlings showing doubling. Upright growth to 36 inches (92cm). Excellent strong plant habit, remaining healthy and green even in drought conditions late into autumn after most other varieties have gone dormant. Blooms with ‘Roy Pehrson’s Best Yellow’. Received APS Award of Merit at Green Bay, Wisconsin 2016.”     Very limited supply!

John E. Simkins / Norman and Hazel Cook, Blossom Hill Nursery,2016
 Herbaceous Hybrid
$350.00
 
Joyce Ellen

Single red or dark pink with yellow stamens on tall strong stems. Blooms early. Rarely offered and very limited.

Moots, 1960
Herbaceous Hybrid
$50.00
 
Lady Alexandra Duff

A double blush pink with light petals in the centre. Slightly fragrant and side-buds for extended bloom. Blooms midseason.

Kelway, 1902
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Leto Japanese form lactiflora with white petals surrounding yellow staminodes with white tips. Blooms early
Neeley, 1930
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Linda Kathleen Jack

Very full double of deep red on strong stems. Does not require staking here. Fragrant which is unusual for this colour.A Canadian introduction.

Jack, 1970
Lactiflora
$40
 
Longfellow

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

Brand, 1907
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Louise Lossing

Very large deep double white flower with hints of yellow and pink in its depths. Excellent cut flower but is best with support in the garden. Blooms late. A Canadian introduction.

Lossing, 1938
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Martha Reed Long-lasting white flowers have a twisting petal arrangement with golden stamens. Flowers held high above foliage on strong stems. Blooms early.
Krekler, 1965
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
Mons. Jules Elie Double. Large guard petals with a well-defined centre, all rose-pink. Moderately fragrant. Excellent cut flower. Very old variety but still very popular. Blooms early midseason.
Crousse, 1888
Lactiflora
$20.00
 
Mrs. Frank Beach

A creamy white flower on somewhat dwarf strong stems. Fragrant. Blooms mid lateseason.

Brand, 1925
Lactiflora
$25.00
 
P. tenuifolia

A single red delicate looking peony with exceptionally finely cut foliage, often referred to as the fernleaf peony.

species
$35.00
 
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 3/ $180
 
Peter Barr Origin of this single crimson peony is uncertain but it’s definitely worth adding to your garden. It is a hybrid of P. tenuifolia as shown by its foliage. Good rock garden or front of border plant. Very early.
unknown
Herbaceous Hybrid
$30.00
 
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
 
Princess Margaret Double, enormous deep pink with good foliage and strong stems. Excellent cut flower. Midseason
Murawska, 1960
Lactiflora
$35.00
 
Raspberry Charm An intense raspberry-red large semi-double cup-shaped flower on strong stems. Blooms early.
Wissing/Klehm, 1985
Herbaceous Hybrid
$40.00
 
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
 
Red Satin

Double deep red with the sheen of satin. Well named. Blooms mid-season on 27 inch strong stems. Does not require staking here. Slight fragrance. A favourite.

Sass, 1937
 Lactiflora
$40.00
 
Rose Crystal

Single. Twisted ivory petals tipped and veined with rose. Unique and appealing. Blooms early.

Saunders, 1955
Herbaceous Hybrid
$35.00
 
Roselette Single.  Large, single cup-shaped light rose-pink surrounding a yellow centre. Height 22 inches. Very floriferous even as a young plant and a great landscape plant. Flowers very early.
Saunders, 1950
Herbaceous Hybrid
ALM
$30.00
 
Ruth Clay

Double, deep magenta (considered red). Buds shaped like rosebuds. Very strong and attractive. Blooms midseason.

Kelsey, 1935
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Sarah Bernhardt

Double, very large deep rose-pink. An excellent cut flower. Flowers mid to late season.

Lemoine, 1906
Lactiflora
$20.00
 
Shaylor’s Sunburst A white single with a mound of gold stamens in the centre. Petals may open with a faint blush tone. Mild fragrance. Bloom mid late season.
Shaylor/Allison, 1931
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
 
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
 
W. L. Gumm Double, white flowers with heavy textured petals. Medium height and excellent very green foliage even in late autumn. Many side buds for extended bloom. Flowers late.
Gumm, 1929
Lactiflora
$30.00
 
Westerner  

A Japanese shape, medium pink flower filled with bright yellow staminodes. Vigorous with sturdy stems and many side buds. Height 36 inches. A visitor favourite. Flowers late season.

 

Bigger, 1942
Lactiflora
APS Gold Medal 1982
$ 25.00
 
White Water Semi-double, large white beautiful bloom with strong stems. Mid to late season
Kelsey
Lactiflora
$25.00
 

 

 

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