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Jesse Saylor

(Wood Sorrel)

Commonly dubbed “wood sorrel”, many would take one look at its bright green, trifoliate leaves and call it “Irish shamrock”, though this small, mat-forming perennial is native to areas far beyond Ireland. In fact, it can be found growing in temperate woodlands across the expanse of the Northern Hemisphere.

Wood sorrel grows from small bulb-like rhizomes that go dormant in winter or during periods of drought. In spring, light green leaves with three heart-shaped leaflets blanket the ground. The...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Herbaceous Peony)

Herbaceous peonies are an all-time garden favorite. These large, bushy perennials originate from eastern Asia and have been bred for thousands of years. There are literally hundreds of wonderful cultivars available, and plants are commonly sold in catalogs because their fleshy rooted crowns are easy to store and ship. They are also virtually impossible to grow from seed and can take years before they first flower post germination.

They are primarily grown for their large, showy flowers that may...

(Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

This bold peony produces fully double crimson red flowers in spring. These stand on stems that are mottled with dark red. Like most double peonies, the flowers are heavy and should be staked to keep them from flopping in inclement weather.

The herbaceous peony is an all-time garden favorite. This large, bushy perennial originates from eastern Asia and has been bred for thousands of years. There are literally hundreds of wonderful cultivars available, and plants are commonly sold in catalogs...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

Bearing large, snowy, double blooms midway to late in the peony season, this 1906 introduction is rarely grown today. It is a highly bred selection of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been cultivated and treasured for thousands of years.

The dome-shaped blooms of this heirloom peony appear on willowy, medium-tall, sparsely leaved stems in late spring to early summer. The flowers are bitterly fragrant. Each blossom has a collar of large white...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

The deep red, double flowers of this rarely available cultivar appear in abundance in late spring, midway through the peony season. Introduced in 1927, it is a highly bred selection of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been cultivated and treasured for thousands of years.

This ruby-red, dome-shaped flowers of this relatively short peony have irregular white markings. Each blossom has a collar of large "guard" petals cupping a central mass...

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Mark Kane

(Bowl of Beauty Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

The popular garden peony 'Bowl of Beauty' is a large, bushy perennial that originates from eastern Asia. It is primarily grown for its large, semi-double flowers of deep coral-pink with fluffy, yellow anemone-like centers. These bloom in late spring to early summer, are fragrant, and make outstanding cut flowers.

Peonies are old-fashioned perennials that grow best in full to part sun and well-drained, fertile soil. Large-flowered varieties tend to have very heavy flowers and may require staking....

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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Herbaceous Peony)

The rosy double blooms of this compact peony are borne in abundance in late spring, midway through the peony season. Bred in China, it is one of hundreds of cultivars of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been cultivated and treasured for thousands of years.

The medium-sized, fragrant, rosy-red blooms of 'Da Fu Gui' resemble an English rose in form. Each stem of this sturdy, bushy peony bears several blooms. Plants are relatively short, growing...

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James H. Schutte

(Herbaceous Peony)

This Japanese-flowered peony bears pink, yellow-centered blossoms on strong medium-tall stems in late spring, midway through the peony season. It is one of hundreds of cultivars of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been cultivated and treasured for thousands of years.

The showy, fragrant blooms of this 1946 introduction have more than a dozen large, rose-pink, rounded petals surrounding a broad frilly pompon of pale yellow, pink-tinged, ribbon-like...

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Jesse Saylor

(Duchesse de Nemours Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

Bearing intensely fragrant white blooms relatively early in the peony season, this double-flowered cultivar has remained a garden favorite since its introduction in 1856. It is a selection of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been bred, cultivated, and treasured for thousands of years.

The milky-white, cream-centered flowers of ‘Duchesse de Nemours' appear on thigh-high stems in late spring. Each bloom has several large outer petals which...

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Jessie Keith

(Félix Crousse Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

Bearing large raspberry-red blooms midway to late in the peony season, this double-flowered cultivar has remained a garden favorite since its introduction in 1881. It is a selection of Paeonia lactiflora, a large, bushy, tuberous perennial from East Asia that has been bred, cultivated, and treasured for thousands of years.

The lustrous, mildly fragrant blooms of ‘Félix Crousse' appear on rather weak, thigh-high stems in late spring to early summer. Each flower has several large outer...