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Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Jesse Saylor

(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

Jesse Saylor

(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...

(Tree Peony)

The Tree Peony is a long lived deciduous shrub native to China and historically valued for its large, beautifully fragrant blooms. Depending on variety, flowers can be single or double and frilled or ruffled and range in shades of white, pale pink to brilliant reds, and sometimes yellow.

Zi Bao Guan translates to "Precious Purple Crown", it produces double lavender (purplish -red slightly blue) blooms in mid spring. Tree Peony foliage is typically attractive, large mid-green leaves, unless...

Image of Philadelphus coronarius photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Mockorange, Sweet Mockorange)

The ivory-white flowers of mockorange have a delicate orange-blossom scent that perfumes the air in late spring to summer. This large deciduous shrub, native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor, covers its arching branches with white four-petaled flowers so profusely that it turns more white than green. The leaves are toothed, oval, and green, and they alternate on the branches, which are red-brown. Fall color is an unimpressive yellow-green.

Grow sweet mockorange in full sun for best form and...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Golden Mockorange, Mockorange)

The ivory-white flowers of ‘Aureus,’ or golden mockorange, have a delicate orange-blossom scent that perfumes the air in late spring to summer. This large deciduous shrub, is descended from a native of southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. It covers its arching branches with white four-petalled flowers so profusely that it turns more white than green. The leaves are toothed and oval and they alternate on the branches, which are red-brown. The leaves emerge golden yellow in spring, turn bright yellow-green...

Image of Philadelphus lewisii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Wild Mockorange)

Philadelphus lewisii is a medium-sized deciduous shrub grown for its late-spring to early-summer display of fragrant white flowers. It is native to seasonally moist valleys and slopes from southwestern Canada to the northwestern United States.

This fast-growing shrub has oval, smooth to weakly toothed, medium to dark green leaves and upright to arching, gray-brown stems. The four-petaled, citrus-scented blooms are borne in terminal and axillary clusters on the previous year's growth....

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Mary S. Thomas

(Blizzard Mockorange, Wild Mockorange)

The mockorange cultivar 'Blizzard' becomes a show-stopper in late spring and early summer when large fragrant white blossoms cover its upright to arching branches. This exceptionally cold-hardy selection originated as a garden seedling in Beaverlodge, Alberta, Canada.

Philadelphus lewisii is a fast growing, medium-sized, deciduous shrub that inhabits seasonally moist valleys and slopes from southwestern Canada to the northwestern United States. It has oval, smooth to weakly toothed,...

Image of Philadelphus lewisii (CHEYENNE®) photo by: Plant Select®

Plant Select®

(Wild Mockorange)

This tough, exceptionally cold-hardy selection of wild mockorange becomes a show-stopper in late spring and early summer when clusters of fragrant white blossoms adorn its upright to arching branches. It originated at the USDA Experiment Station in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where it thrived for many years with little care.

Philadelphus lewisii is a fast growing, medium-sized, deciduous shrub that inhabits seasonally moist valleys and slopes from southwestern Canada to the northwestern United...

(Littleleaf Mockorange)

Summer's air is filled with intoxicating sweetness as littleleaf mockorange fills its slender branches with white blossoms. A short, deciduous shrub with upright but thin, saggy branches, it hails from the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. The smooth, small leaves are glossy green and oval with a tapering tip, much like a teardrop. From early to midsummer, four-petaled white flowers dot the foliage and look like equal-legged Xs. They are tremendously fragrant, smelling of orange...