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Jessie Keith

(Herbaceous Peony)

This Japanese-flowered peony bears white, gold-crested blooms atop strong medium-tall stems. 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 1989 introduction have several large, creamy-white, ruffled petals cupping a central pompon of frilly, golden-yellow, ribbon-like "staminodes." Bees, ants, and the occasional butterfly visit...

(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, Karl Rosenfield Garden Peony)

Bearing large crimson blooms at the height of peony season, this double-flowered cultivar has remained a garden favorite since its introduction in 1908. 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 slightly fragrant, purplish-red, dome-shaped blooms of ‘Karl Rosenfield' appear on strong, nearly waist-high stems in late spring to early summer. Each flower has a collar...

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears large rosy blooms 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 fragrant, rose-pink, pompon-shaped blooms of this 1920 introduction have numerous ruffled petals and petal-like "staminodes." Their tips have silvery highlights that become more conspicuous...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

The fragrant, creamy, double blooms of this "anemone-flowered" peony are borne on strong medium-tall stems in mid- to late-spring, relatively early in 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 pale ivory-pink petals of this 1913 introduction open to expose a central pompon of numerous narrow, pale-yellow "petaloids." The outer petals...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Peony, Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears large fiery blooms 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 bright crimson, chrysanthemum-shaped blooms of this 1913 introduction have several large outer petals cupping a mass of narrow, frilly, petal-like "staminodes." The petals have a pale...

(Herbaceous Peony)

Bearing large, double, deep red blooms early to midway in the peony season, this 1929 introduction is rarely grown today. 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 dome-shaped blooms of this heirloom peony appear on sturdy, medium-tall stems in late spring to early summer. Each blossom has a collar of large "guard" petals surrounding a central mass of ruffled, petal-like...

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears large rosy blooms on strong medium-tall stems in late spring, rather late in 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 rich pink blooms of this 1927 introduction have several large outer petals cupping a mass of frilly, petal-like "staminodes," with a flash of golden stamens at their centers. The flowers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Herbaceous Peony)

This Japanese-flowered peony bears pink, yellow-centered blossoms on strong medium-tall stems in late spring or early summer, toward the end of 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 1984 introduction have more than a dozen large, medium-pink, rounded petals cupping a ball-shaped cluster of frilly, yellow,...

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Jessie Keith

(Herbaceous Peony, Monsieur Jules Elie Garden Peony)

The large-flowered peony, 'Monsieur Jules Elie', produces fully double, rose-pink flowers with a silvery sheen early to midseason. They are exceptionally pretty but may require staking as they tend to flop 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 because their...