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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

Soft, semi-double, chrysanthemum-form blooms of delicate lavender pink with rosy red blotches crown this midseason bloomer in proliferation. The fragrant flowers are borne on stiff, erect stems atop sparsely branched but vigorous plants. 'Colorful Butterfly' was first introduced in 1969 by the Zhaolou Peony Garden in Heze, China.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King...

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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

Soft, semi-double, chrysanthemum-form blooms of delicate pinkish red with purplish basal blotches crown this midseason bloomer in proliferation. The fragrant flowers are borne on stiff, erect stems atop sparsely branched but vigorous plants with green to reddish green leaves. 'Country Smile' was first introduced in 1965 by the Zhaolou Peony Garden in Heze, China. It is noted for being particularly resistant to frost and wind damage.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Tree Peony)

The single, flattened, bowl-shaped blooms of 'Elizabeth Blair Hirsch' are deep garnet red and very large. Each mature reddish stem produces one spectacular flower above a shrub of beautiful emerald green foliage. The flowers are produced early to mid-season. This selection memorializes Mrs. Elizabeth Hirsch, the late mother of Timber Press President, Bob Conklin.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where...

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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

There's no mistaking the deepest burgundy red, semi-double flowers of this old Japanese tree peony. This midseason bloomer was first documented in 1929 but is believed to have existed in Japan much earlier. The shrubs are medium-sized and have notably elongated leaflets of green to reddish green.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tree Peony)

Delicate, ethereal blooms of vibrant pink clothe this old Japanese tree peony early in the season. The fluffy, semi-double blossoms may be darker or lighter pink, depending on the weather, and have sweet, spicy fragrance. The plants themselves are bushy and have pleasing green foliage.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The large, frilly blooms of this Chinese tree peony are reddish purple with darker blotches on the petal bases. They appear midseason, are richly fragrant, and have something between a rose and chrysanthemum form. Pronounced clusters of golden yellow stamens offer added appeal to the flowers. The shrubby plants are tall and robust with stout branches and green to reddish green foliage.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

Upon first glance, the beautiful deep reddish purple blooms of 'Grand Violet' look like roses. This classic Chinese tree peony produces loads of semi-double, lightly scented blooms that appear midseason. These are borne on medium-sized shrubby plants with stout, upright stems and thick, dark green leaves that are blunt or more rounded at the tips.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred...

(Tree Peony)

The fully double, crown-shaped blooms of this classic Chinese tree peony are white infused with pale magenta purple. Interior petals are greenish. The blooms are said to have a refreshing fragrance and rise from a vigorous, early-blooming dwarf plants with green foliage. The name ‘Qing Shan Guan Xue’ translates to "Green Hill Piercing the Snow.”

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred...