Check out all the varieties available in 2015!
Order before 3/31/15 and receive 10% off each root ordered.

Our peonies are shipped bareroot in September and October only.
We only ship within the United States. Peonies are hardy for zones 2-8.
We can't guarantee them for warmer zones.

Aurora Sunrise peony Aurora Sunrise:A striking pink Japanese form lactiflora. The 6-inch wide blooms feature a double row of guard petals in clear tones ranging from medium to deep pink that dramaticaly offset the numerous golden yellow stamenoides. This early season peony holds 3 to 5 buds blooms erect on each 28- to 30 inch stems. (Klehm, 1995)

$21

Bowl of Beauty japanese style peony Bowl of Beauty: This showy Japanese form peony flower has large blooms comprising a row of pink guard petals encircling a mound of pale yellow to cream colored staminodes. It opens in mid-season and holds up its blooms well on tall 34-inch, sturdy stems. Its medium green foliage looks good throughout the growing season. (Hoogendoorn, 1949).

$16

Butter Bowl peony, soft pink with cheery yellow petaloids Butter Bowl: A single row of soft pink guard petals form the stage for a cheery sunburst of yellow in this Japanese-form peony. Stiff 36-inch stems hold the wonderful mid-season blooms up high for all garden visitors to admire.

$15

Candy Heart peony Candy Heart: The creamy white petals of this peony feature splashes and streaks of red and pink much like peppermint candies. The fragrant blooms are carried well on 34-inch stems of this midseason lactiflora. (Myron Bigger 1961)

$18

Clown, unique single pink peony with white edges Clown: Bring a little fun along with beauty into the garden with the single rose-pink blooms of this peony. The picotee edges to each petal give the flowers a look that reminds some of a circus clown's hat. The fragrant blossoms crown 34-inch stems. (Krekler/Klehm)

$21

Dinner Plate, ligh pink double peony Dinner Plate: Huge, soft-pink double flowers cover this late-blooming peony. The wonderful rose fragrance of each bloom also makes it a delight for the nose. The plant is large—up to 36 inches in height—and is graced with lush dark-geen leaves through the summer. Makes an bold statement in the landscape or a vase. Klehm 1968.

$23

Do Tell japanese style peony in soft shell pink complemented with rose, pink and white center Do Tell: There’s no keeping this beautiful, Japanese-form peony a secret. Soft shell pink guard petal are complemented by rose, pink and white center petaloids, creating a striking combination. The flower form and wonderful plant habit helped make it the APS Gold Medal winner in 2004. Mid season blooms on 32-ich stems. (Auten 1946)

$20

Doreen peony picture Doreen: The medium pink of the guard petals on this Japanese form peony are set off by a yellow tuft of staminoides at the center of the bloom where that core is sprinkled with pink-to-red accents. These vigorous growing plants have clean, light green foliage on stems of 26 to 28 inches in height. The flowers are mildly fragrant and make excellent cut flowers. (Sass 1949)

$16

Dresden peony Dresden Pink: An under appreciated pink double, featuring large, symmetrical, rose-form blooms with petals edged in silver that open late in the season on sturdy 36-inch stems. Color is much the same as Sarah Bernhardt. A wonderful cutflower and a great choice for drying. (Wild & Son, 1957)

$18

Edulis Superba peony, classic double peony developed in 1824 by Lemon. Edulis Superba: For more than 170 years gardeners have looked to this classic peony to provide their landscapes and vases with a reliable, very early, pink double blooms. The medium-sized flowers are very fragrant and are held up well on 34-inch stems. Plants are vigorous and floriferous making it a classic among commercial cut flower growers. (Lemon 1824).

$14

Fancy Nancy Peony, soft cerise pink blooms, Japanese style blooms Fancy Nancy: A peony of elegant, understated form. Its soft, cerise pink blooms won't shout color but lend a look of refinement to any border. This Japanese form flower features a row of guard petals surrounding a center of darker pink and white staminoides. Stems will reach about 34 inches in height on a mature plant. (Auten, 1944)

$21

Felix Supreme, lovely double hot pink blooms Felix Supreme: A show off in the garden this peony features medium to large hot pink, double blooms that open in idseason on 32-inch stems. It's become a mainstay in the cut flowers trade. The plant is vigorous and puts out lots of flowering stems each season. It may need some support to look its best in the landscape. (Krick, 1955)

$15

Firelight peony single with bright fuchsia petals and raspberry flares Firelight: Photographs seldom do this one justice. It's one of the renowned quadruple hybrids that came out of the work of A.P. Saunders in 1950. This single form peony features large, simple bright fuchsia petals accented by raspberry flares at their base. The blooms stand well on 30- to 32-inch stems. This early blooming variety belongs in all gardens of distinction. (Saunders 1950)

$24

Gay Paree, Japanese style blooms with cerise petals guarding a white center Gay Paree: This festive looking Japanese or anemone flowered peony features rows of cerise petals guarding a center of white, feathery petaloids edged in pink. Side buds keep the plant in bloom over an extended period. Its sturdy 32-inch stems are graced with light green leaflets that form an attractive addition to the garden long after the blooms have faded. Auten 1933

$20

Hillary, intersectional peony with petals from rosey red to cream Hillary: A strong-growing intersectional reaching about 30 inches in height with a plant spread of more than three feet. Like most of these hybrids, it hold its flowers erect on stiff stems, helping it to earn the APS Award of Landscape Merit. The petals of its large blooms range from nearly red to through pastel rose and cream colors of each bloom becoming more subdued as they mature.

$55

Jacorma double pink peony picture
Jacorma: Bred in the Netherlands, this pink double flowered peony really extends the late bloom season. Seldom offered by U.S. growers, in many gardens it may be the last to flower. The lovely medium pink petals of its blooms are held up very well on sturdy 32-inch stems. Very resistant to the leaf spotting that affects some peonies. Very easy to grow.

$21

Lady Kate, a late double pink peony
Lady Kate: Lady Kate: The double smoky-pink flowers on this peony are somewhat flat, reminiscent of old English roses. Each strong stem bears a single flower that opens very late in the season, helping to extend the period of bloom in the peony garden. Plants are 36-38 inches tall and dependable, vigorous growers. (Vories, 1924).

$27

Le Charme pink peony, very tall japanese flower form LeCharme: Don't be afraid to give this 40-inch tall peony a featured place in your garden. Its long, sturdy stems hold their gorgeous blooms erect in almost any weather. The Japanese form flowers feature medium pink guard petals surrounding a center of buff-yellow staminodes usually interspersed with pink petaloids. The blooms are lightly fragrant. With three to four side-buds, per stem the plant is long-flowering. (Eliason 1964)

$17

Madame Emile Debatene peony Mdme Emile Debatene: A classic pink double possessing wonderful scent. Its strong stems make it a good choice for those who appreciate the historic French lactifloras. Very floriferous.

New for 2015

$21

Mary Elizabeth peony,bright medium pink with light yellow staminoids
Mary Elizabeth: A bright, medium-pink Japanese form peony, this peony will really bring a shot of color to the garden landscape. The flower, which features a burst of light yellow at its center blooms mid-to-late season on 28 inch stems. It's a vigorous grower, producing lots of stems topped with multiple buds. The plant stands up well in all kinds of weather and will bloom for an extended period if sidebuds are not removed. (Hollingsworth 2004)

$21

Minuet peony, a soft pink double bloom Minuet: Nothing diminuitive about this light pink, rose-form peony. Large double blooms stand tall on 40-inch stems, making certain that this peony will be noticed even at the back of a border garden. Foliage remains healthy throughout the growing season. This cultivar is also is a winner for the cutting garden, bringing long-lasting, nicely fragrant blooms to any arrangement. (Franklin 1931)

$22

Myra McRae, very large lavender-pink double flowers on sturdy stems. Myra McRae: This American Peony Society Gold Medal winner showcases very large lavender-pink flowers on strong 30-inch stems. The unusual color makes a great late season addition to the garden or vase. (Tischler, 1967)

$21

Nice Gal landscaping peony. lavendar pink, semi-double blooms Nice Gal: No staking here. A truly oustanding landscape peony. The sturdy 28-30-inch stems are the perfect platform for the big lavender-pink, semi-double flowers that never bow to the weather. As the blooms age the edges of each petal are frosted silver to white. In full bloom the compact plants are smothered in color. Foliage looks great throughout the gowing season. Blooms come in mid-season.

$21

Officinalis Flora Plena Rosea Officinalis Flora Plena Rosea: Arguably the most luminescent pink blooms among all flowers. This very early bloomer is the pink version of the famous Memorial Day peony. The plant reaches only about 20 inches in height, but can mature to more than double that in width.

New for 2015

$25

Paul Bunyan, a rose to deep lilac pink double peony Paul Bunyan: Tall, strong growing peony with impressive double blooms of rose to deep lilac pink in color. It's 36-inch stems are sturdy and covered with deep green foliage right to the ground. This is your chance to acquire a fine peony not commonly offered. Blooms late in season. (Lins 1955)

$18

Paula Fay peony, semi-double blooms in shocking pink Paula Fay: These semi-double blooms command attention in the early season. The 32-inch stems are topped by lustrous, shocking pink blooms. Sturdy stems and and clean, dark green foliage make this a great landscaping plant. The combination of fine plant habit and amazing blooms earned Paul Fay the APS Gold Medal Award in 1988. (Fay 1968)

$17

Pink Cotton Candy peony Pink Cotton Candy: This sweet-looking hybrid produces ball-formed flowers made up of petals of a light pink background accented by dark pink highlights throughout—very reminicent of the midway confection for which it’s named. Slightly fragrant flowers come in early-midseason on 24-inch stems, featuring light green foliage. (Reath 2000)

$21

Pink Firefly, single form flowers with striped pink petals Pink Firefly: A delightful single form pink peony. It's plentiful five-inch blooms come on early and comprise petals that have a white to pink base, which are accented with deeper pink streaking and highlights. The 30-inch stems show good strength. (Klehm 1995)

$22

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Pink Giggles, Japanese form pink Pink Giggles: The well-formed pink blooms of this Japanese-form peony will make you smile. A double row of deep colored guard petals surround a center of softer pink on this lightly fragrant flower. The plant blooms mid-season on 36-inch stems. (Krekler 1999)

$22

Princess Margaret, full double flowers with rich rose-pink petals. Princess Margaret: This is a full, classy-looking rich, rose-pink double flower. The large blooms come on early in the season atop 30-inch stems. Although its a strong plant, the blooms are large so it's best to provide some support for these showy flowers. American Peony Society Gold Medal winner. (Murawska, 1960)

$19

Raspberry Rumba modern designer peony with loosely formed petals streaked with raspberry Raspberry Rumba: A real departure from the appearance of a traditional peony bloom. The exotic informal look of the blooms on this cultivar lends itself to more modern floral and garden design, while preserving all the plant qualities of this long-lasting perennial. The petals of each loosely-formed flower show prominent raspberry streaking and blotching. The pistils at the center of the bloom also are kissed with raspberry accents. Even in bud, the colorful streaking is evident. The 4-inch blooms are held erect on 32 inch stems that carry as many as three sidebuds. (Klehm 1995)

$23

Raspberry Sundae, unique tri-color double bloom in pink, white and yellow layers Raspberry Sundae: Truly a treat for the eyes. This unique, elegant double bomb features big mounds of petals suffused in white, cream and yellow, then intermingled with a touches of raspberry pink. Sturdy 36-inch stems carry these scoops of beauty well during the midseason. The blooms make great, long lasting cut flowers that are lightly fragrant. (Klehm 1968).

$17

Rose Reverence peony Rose Reverence: Puts on an early season show starring big rose-red, double blooms on a compact bush. The 26-inch sturdy stems do a good job of holding their sweetly scented flowers erect over deep green foliage comprised of finely cut leaves. This hybrid is sure to catch the eye of discriminating gardeners as it becomes more commonly available. (Klehm)

$24

Roselette, great rock garden variety. Roselette: This is another very early flowereing hybrid out of the breeding work of A.P.Saunders. The result is elegant warm pink cup-shaped blooms that are sometimes streaked with darker pink. These fragrant blooms rest atop strong, unusually tall stems for such as early season peony. (Saunders)

$21

Rozella peony Rozella:This 2009 Award of Landscape Merit winner will make an impact in any garden and makes a gorgeous cut flower as well. A late bloomer, it will produce a wealth of rose-like,
dark pink, fully double flowers on very sturdy 30-32-inch stems accented by dark green leaves. The blooms open mid-to-late season.

$21

Sarah Bernhardt, double pink peony Sarah Bernhardt:Perhaps the most popular peony grown—with good reason. This late season double features very full, medium pink blooms on strong 36-inch stems that often need some support the hold up the large, fragrant flowers. Foliage is a dark green and remains attractive and trouble free throughout the growing season. (Lemoine, 1906)

$14

Sea Shell single peony in soft pink Sea Shell: This tall, graceful single-form peony features large, lively pink flower petals encircling a center of complimentary yellow stamens. The satiny blooms stand tall on very study 37-inch stems, making this a great backdrop for other flowers. Foliage on this American Peony Society Gold Medal winner is mint green. The blooms also are an elegant choice for contemporary flower arrangements. (Sass 1937).

$17

Sorbet peony Sorbet: A dessert for eyes with its large blooms stacked high with alternating layers of cream to strawberry colored petals around a soft yellow center held up by strong 30-inch stems. This unusual peony is said to have been discovered growing in South Korea by a Dutch plant specialist about 30 years ago. Lusciously fragrant.

New for 2015

$22

The Fawn, a rare beauty in delicate pink with tiny rose colored speckles The Fawn: The rare beauty of this mid-season peony comes from its delicate looking petals that have the appearance of pink parchment suffused with tiny rose colored spots. Each bloom appears exquisitely shaped with every petal perfectly placed. Strong 34 inch stems are impeccably appointed by clean medium green foliage. Truly a plant that should be in every peony collector's garden. (B.B. Wright)

$24

Virginia Mary, early double pink blooms. Virginia Mary: Provides the early peony garden with some of the first double deep pink peonies. The plant is a vigorous grower and that vigor shows through in the prolific numers of flowers it will provide for viewing in the spring garden and in a vase as an excellent cut flower. Seldom offered. (Pfeiffer, 1932)

$22

Vixen, vivid pink striking peonypeony Vixen: A striking peony that commands attention because of its vivid pink color and unusual form. The deep pink guard petals are echoed by the same color of petaloides that appear at the center of the bloom where a fringe of contrasting yellow stamens makes the colors pop. The plant flowers in the midseason on 26-inch stems that sit close to the foliage. (Krekler/Klehm)

$21

Walter Faxon peony Walter Faxon:This peony has vivid pink petals with a luminous intensity that is unique among
peonies. The flowers are medium in size and slightly fragrant, great in a vase. The plant is very floriferous, with good 28-inch stems and foliage that remains green throughout the growing season. (Richardson, 1904)

$21

Westerner single peony with large medium pink guard petals that surround a large bright yellow center Westerner: One of the most popular Japanese form peonies. It's large medium pink guard petals surround a large center of bright yellow staminoids. The flowers have good substance and are borne up well on long 36-inch stems. It was awarded the American Peony Society's Gold Medal in 1982. (Bigger 1942)

$17

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