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Peony - Intersectional Paeonia
1. Bartzella
A mature plant of ‘Bartzella’ is incredibly elegant looking, with flowers neatly spaced on the top and sides of the clump. Established clumps can produce 80 or more flowers apiece! The semi-double to double, pastel yellow flowers have a small rose purple flare in the center and a pronounced sweet fragrance. They measure 6-8 inches across on average.

Healthy green foliage similar to that of a tree peony forms an impressively sturdy clump to 3ft tall and wide. Unlike some garden peonies, the foliage of this plant looks great from spring through fall and is substantial enough to be grown in place of a small shrub in the landscape.

Intersectional peonies are a relatively new class of Paeonia created by crossing herbaceous garden types with woody tree types. They are often called “Itoh Peonies” because the original cross was first made successfully by Japanese nurseryman Mr. Toichi Itoh in 1948. Sadly, he passed away before ever seeing one of his crosses bloom. Since that time, other hybridizers have continued his work including American breeder Roger Anderson.

The quest for this elusive marvel began in Japan in the 1950s, but it was Roger Anderson, an amateur breeder in Wisconsin, whose 12 patient years of crosses between species finally hit the jackpot in 1980. (He didn't see 'Bartzella' bloom until 1986.) Since then, few plants have made it to the market.

  Click to display 'Bartzella' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-9 3 Gallon
2. Canary Brilliants
    Click to display 'Canary Brilliants' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-9 3 Gallon
3. Cora Louise
Much like the beautiful ‘Bartzella’, this selection also forms an impressively sturdy clump of healthy green foliage that is similar to that of a tree peony. Unlike some garden peonies, the foliage of this plant looks great from spring through fall and is substantial enough to be grown in place of a small shrub in the landscape.

Very large 8-10”, semi-double, white flowers with striking deep lavender purple flares and a prominent tuft of yellow stamens are produced in late spring. Mature clumps can produce up to 50 flowers each! Be sure to cut a few of these lightly fragrant blossoms for fresh bouquets.

  Click to display 'Cora Louise' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-9 3 Gallon
Peony (Garden) Paeonia hybrid
4. America
Large, brilliant, scarlet flowers with golden stamen tufts and mild fragrance. Excellent bush habit looks nice well into the fall. Superior true red! American Peony Society Gold Medal Selection.   Click to display 'America' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-7 10" White
5. Avalanche
Large, double blush-white flowers with a faint, delicate pink center. Blossoms appear late season on sturdy, upright stems with deep green foliage. Excellent for summer bouquets.   Click to display 'Avalanche' tag image 31"-36" 35"-39" 3-7 10" White
6. Dr. Alexander Flemming
Fragrant, fully double, pink blossoms abound in early summer. The central petals have a tendancy to curl inward, giving the flowers a sphere-like shape.   Click to display 'Dr. Alexander Flemming' tag image 30"-40" 18"-24" 3-8 10" White
7. Duchesse de Nemours
Dependable and profuse bloomer produces early, creamy-white, fully double flowers with shadings of green at the base of the petals. The medium tall plants have strong, dependable stems and excellent foliage.   Click to display 'Duchesse de Nemours' tag image 36" 24" 3-8 10" Black
8. Early Scout
In late spring, dark red, single flowers sit atop sturdy stems with attractive, dissected leaves. The foliage remains attractive throughout the season, thus making it an excellent landscape plant. A gold medal winner by the American Peony Society.   Click to display 'Early Scout' tag image 34" 24" 3-8 10" White
9. Fairbanks
Single. Palest pink fading to white with a yellow center.   Click to display 'Fairbanks' tag image 30"-32" 34"-36" 4-8 10" Black
10. Felix Crousse
Carmine-red blossoms with a silvery sheen are lavishly produced in early summer. This is a fragrant, double variety.   Click to display 'Felix Crousse' tag image 28" 18"-24" 3-8 10" Black
11. Felix Supreme
Large, double, showy, deep ruby-red fragrant flowers appear in mid-season amid glossy deep green, thickly textured leaves.   Click to display 'Felix Supreme' tag image 28" 28"-36" 3-7 10" Black
12. Festiva Maxima
Noticeably fragrant, white blooms with red drizzled throughout the center is the highlight of this reliable bloomer. The flowers have a massive, loose form. This popular double is one of the most widely available peonies in cultivation today.   Click to display 'Festiva Maxima' tag image 34"-36" 24" 3-8 10" Terra Cotta
13. Frances Willard
Large, double, fragrant white flowers of good substance bloom mid season. Upon opening the petals are tinged with pink. Extremely free flowering, the strong stems on this variety make it good for cutting.   Click to display 'Frances Willard' tag image 28"-36" 28"-36" 3-7 10" Black
14. Hit Parade
Cheerful, rose-pink petals with lighter edges form the flowers of this Japanese, midseason bloomer which flowers in early summer.   Click to display 'Hit Parade' tag image 32" 24" 3-8 10" Black
15. Humei
Large, double cherry pink flowers blooming late in the peony season. Excellent landscape plant. Great cut flower.   Click to display 'Humei' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 3-7 10" White
16. Kansas
'Kanas' has large, double, watermelon-red blooms. An early season blooming peony makes a beautiful back drop for spring bulbs.   Click to display 'Kansas' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 3-7 10" Black
17. Karl Rosenfield
Brilliant, fuchia-red blooms are both sizable and fragrant. This double variety blooms from early to midsummer.   Click to display 'Karl Rosenfield' tag image 34"-36" 24" 3-8 10" White
18. Longfellow
This variety has beautiful, fully double crimson red flowers with delicate yellow stamens in the center. A great choice for areas where you can veiw the flowers close up, and it's relative small size makes that an easy task. Blooms in June.   Click to display 'Longfellow' tag image 30" 24" 3-7 10" Black
19. Lora Dexheimer
This attractive perennial is prized for its profuse amount of double blossoms. The late mid-season blooming flowers are a bright crimson color and are held on strong sturdy stems above the clean bright green foliage.   Click to display 'Lora Dexheimer' tag image 30"-36" 24"-48" 3-7 10" White
20. Madame De Verneville
The plump, heavily petaled white blossoms of the MMe. De Verneville measure 6-8" across. Dark, glossy foliage springs up in a hurry, forms a good looking backdrop for the spectacular blossoms.   Click to display 'Madame De Verneville' tag image 24"-30" 24"-36" 3-8 10" White
21. Martha Bulloch
Double, late mid-season. One of the greatest pink Peonies. Color is bright old-rose-pink. The plant is very tall, comes into bloom late midseason. Flower is cupped rose type, often measures 9 to 12 inches in diameter. Stems strong and hold the heavy flowers well above the foliage. A constant prize winner.   Click to display 'Martha Bulloch' tag image 24"-30" 24"-30" 3-7 10" White
22. Mons. Jules Elie
Broad, smooth, rose-pink guard petals surround a mound of recurved, silvery-pink petals, giving the flower a slight two-toned effect. This bomb peony blooms in early summer.   Click to display 'Mons. Jules Elie' tag image 30"-34" 24" 3-8 10" White
23. Mons. Martin Cahuzac
For many years, Mons. Martin Cahuzac was considered the darkest peony in cultivation. Blooms are medium to large. A deep black red with silky luster. Bright yellow stamens occasionally show, adding to the beauty of the bloom.   Click to display 'Mons. Martin Cahuzac' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-9 10" White
24. Mrs. Wilder Bancroft
Midseason ruby red Japanese peony. The staminodes are edged and tipped gold. Strong stems. Good cut flower.   Click to display 'Mrs. Wilder Bancroft' tag image n/a n/a   30"-36" 24" 3-7 10" White
25. Nippon Beauty
Gorgeous deep red blossoms with a prominent central button of yellow petaloids contrast well agains the background of thick, dark green foliage. This is a Japanese variety which blooms prolifically in midsummer.   Click to display 'Nippon Beauty' tag image 30"-40" 24"-36" 3-8 10" White
26. Nippon Chief
A single row of dark red petals surrounds a large yellow center on tall sturdy stems. A late season bloomer, it is excellent for cut flowers.   Click to display 'Nippon Chief' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 4-7 10" White
27. Paula Fay
Satiny semi-double, bright, deep, rich pink. It opens cup-like w / crinkled petals to reveal a small boss of golden stamens. Strong stems, very showy, a delightful peony. Tall at 35". Large flowers, very nice foliage with good color, form and habit.   Click to display 'Paula Fay' tag image 32"-35" 32"-35" n/a 10" White
28. Philippe Riviore
Philippe Rivoire is possibly the most fragrant peony variety we grow. Old fashioned from France, but always in style. Deep red glossy blooms that stand out in the garden. Floriferous.   Click to display 'Philippe Riviore' tag image n/a n/a 24"-36" 24"-30" 3-7 10" White
29. Philomele
Originating in 1861, this historic peony has anemone type flowers with rose pink petals and lighter pink petaloides in the center of the flower. One of the most fragrant cultivars on the market today.   Click to display 'Philomele' tag image n/a 36" 36" 3-7 10" Black
30. Pink Dawn
This midseason bloomer features single, clear pink flowers that are speckled with deeper pink and a golden-yellow center.   Click to display 'Pink Dawn' tag image n/a n/a 36"-38" 24"-30" 3-7 10" White
31. Rachel
Double, glowing, hot red blooms perfume the air in early summer. A profuse bloomer. these large blossoms are presented atop strong stems in early summer.   Click to display 'Rachel' tag image 32" 24" 3-8 10" White
32. Rosabel
Rosabel blooms midseason as a red double, large perfect flowers of a rose red color, strong stems, blooms freely. The bloom size is very nice for those looking for a large bloom that is well balanced.   Click to display 'Rosabel' tag image 36" 24" 3-7 10" White
33. Sarah Bernhardt
Gigantic, double, apple blossom pink flowers are an old fashioned favorite. This variety blooms in early to midsummer. 'Sarah Bernhardt' was selected as the 2004 Dried Cut Flower of the Year by the Assoc. of Specialty Cut Flower Growers.   Click to display 'Sarah Bernhardt' tag image 34" 24" 3-8 10" Black
34. Scarlet O'Hara
'Gay Paree' Peony is a prolific bloomer with a romantic perfume. Single-petaled, so it's less likely to be beaten down by spring rains. This peony has light green leaves, and in mid-season, bears large, Japanese-type, deep cerise-pink outer (guard) petals that cup a cluster of ivory interior petals. These striking blossoms draw in admirers from near and far, and contribute to this cultivar's popularity. Distinctive, long-lived and deer resistant.   Click to display 'Scarlet O'Hara' tag image 30"-36" 24"-30" 4-8 10" Terra Cotta w/ Trellis
35. Shawnee Chief
The rich deep red flowers of this variety are produced on strong stems and open well, revealing their full beauty. The outer 3 rings of petals are larger than the ones in the center. 'Shawnee Chief' is a vigorous grower and makes a long-lasting cut flower. It blooms in early summer.   Click to display 'Shawnee Chief' tag image 28"-30" 24" 3-8 10" White
36. White Swan
Classic, double, white flowers make this a favorite in the garden from the perennial border to foundation planting. Petals are slightly ruffled creating a lacey effect. Mid-season blooms offer a mild fragrance.   Click to display 'White Swan' tag image 32"-36" 30"-36" 3-7 10" White
Paeonia lactiflora
37. Ben Franklin
This heirloom, is a deep red-maroon, full double. It's outer petals are a dark with a center composed of smaller petals, mixed with stamens, with mild fragrance. Benjamin Franklin's rich color, balanced symmetry and mild fragrance makes it a good choice for arrangements. It is vigorous and free-flowering!   Click to display 'Ben Franklin' tag image 30"-36" 31"-35" 3-8 10" Black
38. Bowl of Beauty
The flower coloration is outstanding with the fuchsia-rose colored guards and pale lemon staminodes. Strong stems hold well in the rain.   Click to display 'Bowl of Beauty' tag image 24" 24" 3-8 10" Black
39. Buttercup
A white outer petal with butter-yellow inside becomes a bold showing when it is highlighted by this Japanese peony's attractive dark-green foliage. 'Buttercup' blooms mid-season and it is mildly fragrant.   Click to display 'Buttercup' tag image 30"-36" 30"-36" 3-7 10" Black
40. Edulus Superba
This intensely fragrant peony is widely grown for cut flower production. It sports double, bright rose-pink blossoms with a tufted center. The flowers tend to develop a crown as they age. An extremely floriferous selection that blooms in late spring. This variety can even tolerate heavy soil. It's no wonder it has retained its popularity throughout its 108 years of cultivation!   Click to display 'Edulus Superba' tag image 36" 24" 3-8 10" Black
41. Hermione
Very fragrant - you can smell it while walking in the garden without having to stick your nose in the bloom! A huge double flower with frilly petals of rich apple-blossom pink.   Click to display 'Hermione' tag image 30"-36" 24"-30" 2-8 10" Black
42. Japanese Beauty
Japanese red flowers at top of red mottled stems are bowl-shaped. Blooms freely beginning midseason. Good for cut flowers.   Click to display 'Japanese Beauty' tag image 24"-30" 24"-36" n/a 10" White
43. Louise van Houtte
Medium to large sized blooms with magenta-red petals and a sunny yellow center rest among the handsome foliage of this classic peony. This is a double variety which blooms in early to midsummer.   Click to display 'Louise van Houtte' tag image 36" 24" 3-8 8" Terra Cotta
44. Raspberry Sundae
Like a bowl full of vanilla ice cream with raspberry syrup on top! This bomb peony has a fragrance as delicious as it looks. Expect blooms in early summer.   Click to display 'Raspberry Sundae' tag image 36"-40" 24"-36" 3-8 10" Black
45. Shirley Temple
Delightfully fragrant, Shirley Temple's double flowers open from soft pink buds into large, rose-shaped, pale blush pink blossoms, packed with loosely arranged ruffled petals gracefully fading to ivory white as they age. Borne in profusion on strong stems in late spring to early summer, this midseason peony is weather resistant and will flower for approximately 7-10 days.   Click to display 'Shirley Temple' tag image 32"-36" 24"-36" 3-8 10" Black
46. Walter Faxon
'Walter Faxon' Peony features bold lightly-scented pink flowers at the ends of the stems from early spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It's compound leaves emerge burgundy in spring, turning green in color throughout the season.   Click to display 'Walter Faxon' tag image 30"-36" 24"-30" 2-8 10" White
Paeonia officinalis
47. Rubra Plena
Rubra Plena brings drama to the spring garden with huge, deep red blooms. The double flowers are long-lasting and wonderfully fragrant.   Click to display 'Rubra Plena' tag image 27"-29" 29"-35" 2-9 10" Black
Peony (Japanese) Paeonia lactiflora 
48. Charles Burgess
Fire engine red blooms accentuated by mounds of golden tipped staminodium in the center are a fantastic sight to behold. They contrast well against the thick, dark green foliage. This is a Japanese variety which blooms in midsummer.   Click to display 'Charles Burgess' tag image 30"-36" 36" 5-8 8" Terra Cotta
49. Gay Paree
'Gay Paree' Peony is a prolific bloomer with a romantic perfume. Single-petaled, so it's less likely to be beaten down by spring rains. This peony has light green leaves, and in mid-season, bears large, Japanese-type, deep cerise-pink outer (guard) petals that cup a cluster of ivory interior petals. These striking blossoms draw in admirers from near and far, and contribute to this cultivar's popularity. Distinctive, long-lived and deer resistant.   Click to display 'Gay Paree' tag image 30"-34" 30"-36" 3-8 10" White
50. Pink Luau
A tropical treat! Flouncy, pale pink petals streaked with raspberry surround a large banana-yellow center. This semi-double peony blooms in early summer.   Click to display 'Pink Luau' tag image 32"-32" 36" n/a 10" Black
Peony (Single)
51. Coral 'n Gold
Large, cupped, coral pink petals surround a prominent, golden yellow center to comprise the flowers of 'Coral n' Gold'. This is a single, late spring bloomer.   Click to display 'Coral 'n Gold' tag image 30"-36" 24"-30" n/a 8" Terra Cotta
Peony (Tree) Paeonia suffruticosa 
52. Hoki
Lipstick red, semi-double blooms make a dramatic statement in the garden. Exotic, uniquely colored, and often fragrant blooms are produced in late spring, about two or three weeks before the garden varieties.   Click to display 'Hoki' tag image 48"-5' 36" 4-7 10" Black
53. Kinkaku
A multitiude of yellow petals edged in bright orange fill the fully double blooms of this variety.   Click to display 'Kinkaku' tag image 48"-5' 36" 4-7 1˝ Gallon
54. Kinshi
Huge, golden yellow, fully double blooms denote this variety.   Click to display 'Kinshi' tag image n/a 48"-5' 36" 4-7 2 Gallon
55. Shimadaijin
Translated as "Island Minister." One of the most radiant red-purple tree peony flowers available! Large, semi-double flowers up to 10 inches in diameter appear in mid-spring on shrubby plants that can reach 4 feet tall.   Click to display 'Shimadaijin' tag image 48" 48" 5-8 2 Gallon
56. Shimanishiki
Two-toned petals striped with rose-red and white comprise the flowers of this double variety.   Click to display 'Shimanishiki' tag image 48"-5' 36" 4-7 1˝ Gallon
57. Yagumo
Sizable flowers with silky, wine-red petals fill out this semi-double variety.   Click to display 'Yagumo' tag image 48"-5' 36" 4-7 10" Black
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