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Jesse Saylor

(Herbaceous Peony)

This American Peony Society gold-medal winner bears large, pearly-pink, double blooms on 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 highly fragrant, luminous pale-pink blooms of this 1943 introduction resemble an immense English rose. The flowers mature to ivory-white. Bees, ants, and the...

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Jesse Saylor

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears immense, perfectly formed, snowy 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 blooms of this American Peony Society Gold Medal winner have numerous pure white petals and petal-like "staminodes" arranged in classic "pompon" fashion....

(Herbaceous Peony)

This "Japanese-flowered" peony bears deep red, crested blooms on strong medium-tall stems in late spring, 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 large, mildly fragrant blooms of this 1927 introduction have several wine-red outer petals cupping a central ball-shaped cluster of deep red, cream-edged, ribbon-like "staminodes."...

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James H. Schutte

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears fragrant, pale pink, "bomb-type" blossoms in mid- to late spring, 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 soft salmon-pink blooms of this 1985 introduction have several long, rounded outer petals cupping a central ball-shaped crest of petal-like "staminodes." The crest shades to cream at its...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears large, pink, long-stalked blooms 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.

Resembling immense Old English roses, the fragrant cameo-pink blooms of this 1973 introduction have several large outer petals cupping a mass of ruffled, petal-like "staminodes." Bees, ants, and the occasional...

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Jessie Keith

(Herbaceous Peony)

This single-flowered peony bears pink, gold-centered blooms on strong tall stems in late spring. 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 large, mildly fragrant blooms of this 1946 introduction have 10 rose-pink petals surrounding a central circle of golden-yellow stamens. Bees, ants, and the occasional butterfly may pollinate the flowers, giving rise...

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Jesse Saylor

(Herbaceous Peony)

The fragrant, creamy, double blooms of this "anemone-flowered" peony are borne on flop-prone, medium-tall plants 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 white outer petals of this 1907 introduction open to expose a central pompon of numerous narrow, lemon-yellow "petaloids" that gradually fade to ivory-white....

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James H. Schutte

(Herbaceous Peony)

This double-flowered peony bears large, cream and pale-pink, "bomb-type" blossoms on flop-prone, 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 blooms of this 1968 introduction have several large, pinkish-white outer petals cupping a creamy-yellow, ball-shaped crest of petal-like "staminodes."...

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James H. Schutte

(Herbaceous Peony)

The strong, flop-proof stems of this heirloom peony bear large pink and white blooms in late spring, 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 fragrant, semi-double blooms of this 1937 introduction have several deep carmine-pink outer petals cupping a central ball-shaped cluster of narrow, pinkish-white, petal-like "staminodes."...

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Jesse Saylor

(Herbaceous Peony, Sarah Bernhardt Garden Peony)

Bearing large double pink blooms toward the end of peony season, 'Sarah Bernhardt' has remained a garden favorite since its introduction in 1906. 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 moderately fragrant, dome-shaped blooms of this heirloom peony appear on tall stems in late spring to early summer. Each blossom has a collar of large soft-pink petals surrounding...