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Ann Cousins, a truly magnificent  late white peony.
Ann Cousins: Magnificent white, double blooms that are very large and feature an exquisite rose-like fragrance. This 30” tall plant flowers reliably, especially for one so late in the season. It’s a vigorous grower, but the heavy flowers need support. The exhibition quality blooms add elegance to any arrangement or garden setting. (Cousins, 1946)

$20.00

Brother Chuck, lovely white cut flower variety
Brother Chuck: a white cutflower classic. The plant is more compact than many, topping out at about 28 inches, but its blooms are large and nicely formed. The petals have good substance and often carry a blush of pink upon opening. Carpels at the center of the bloom are green and that same hint of green can show up effectively on the outer guard petals. This is a R. Klehm introduction.

$22.00

Cheddar Gold white and yellow peony
Cheddar Gold: One of the Cheddar series selected by Carl Klehm. It features two rows at large, bright-white petals surrounding a large center of brilliant gold petaloids that is sometimes adorned with a small burst of white petals. The fragrant flowers are carried easily on sturdy 30-inch stems that sport foliage that remains green and tidy through the remainder of the summer. A Mid-season bloomer. (Klehm)

$21.00

Cheddar Royal peony, white with deep gold staminoids on strong stems.
Cheddar Royal: Two or three rows of white petals surround a rich center of deep gold staminoids. The flowers are held high above the foliage on strong stems, giving them a regal appearance. (Klehm 1986)

$18.00

Duchesse de Nemours, fragrant early white double peony. One of the classics.

Duchesse de Nemours: A fragrant early white double that has remained a popular choice for more than 100 years. The medium-sized flowers feature pure white guard petals encircling a center that transitions from white to light yellow and then pale green at the carpels. The plant needs support to look its best in the garden. The foliage on 34-inch stems stays attractive throughout the growing season. This very floriferous cultivar is a standard in commercial cut flower operations. (Calot, 1856)

$17.00

Madame de Verneville peony a classic double peony developed in late 1800s
Elsa Sass: This late variety is like growing your own giant white rose blooms without all the work of growing roses. This large-petaled, fully double peony holds its flowers up well on sturdy 26-inch stems. An American Peony Society winner that not only looks great on the show table, but is an elegant addition to the garden border. (H. P. Sass 1930)

$18.00

Madame de Verneville peony a classic double peony developed in late 1800s
Eskimo Pie:Puts out a blizzard of white double blooms on a compact 26-inch stems. The luxury of full double flowers without the hassles of staking or putting up supports. Foliage is a deep green and remains crisp and clean throughout the growing season. Just an all-round excellent landscape variety that will also fill vases. Sweetly fragrant. (Krekler/Klehm)

$23.00

Festiva Maxima another classic peony. Double white blooms with crimson flecks.
Festiva Maxima: One of the best loved peonies as evidenced by its continued popularity over the past 150 years. It’s among the earliest white doubles to bloom in the garden each year. Large, fragrant flowers feature distinctive flecks of crimson. The 34-inch tall plants are extremely floriferous, making it among the most widely grown in commercial cut flower operations. (Mielles 1851).

$15.00

Gardenia peony, lovely gardenia form double blush white flowers
Gardenia: This blush white gets its name from its large, double flowers which are a lovely gardenia form. Opening in early midseason on medium height, strong stems, these flowers have good substance and are sweetly fragrant. Foliage is dark green and remains an asset to the landscape throughout the growing season. (Lins 1948).

$18.00

Green Halo Peony. one of the unique new hybrids, it features apple green guard petals that create a base for the central creamy white
Green Halo: Provides a real conversation piece in any garden. Its typical semi-double flowers features rare apple-green guard petals that create the base for a central tuft of creamy white petals and petloides. The 30-inch stems are dressed with neat-lookiing medium green leaves.It blooms early in the midseason. (Krekler/Klehm 1999)

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Green Lotus peony, unusual color and shape.
Green Lotus: Unusual form and color make this peony a real standout piece for any garden or bouquet. Flowers feature a white to light lime green base with white and lime streaking on the petals which are tipped by soft pink accents. Flowers hold up well even in hotter growing regions. This late bloomer is lightly fragrant and stands erect on 29-inch stems. (Klehm 1995)

$22.00

Honey Gold peony, Japanese style bloom with yellow center
Honey Gold:A very fragrant,
sweetly perfumed show-stopper peony of
extraordinary form. It’s large cream-white outer petals guard a large cluster of golden yellow petaloids, the center of which, at maturity, erupts with more creamy petaloids. Sturdy 30-inch stems will stand up well in the garden. Mid-season. (Klehm)
Very Limited Quantity

$25.00

Lady Gay peony picture
Lady Gay: This sophisticated hybrid features 6-inch single blooms that are an unusual ivory with a subtle pink blush undertone. Each crepe-paper textured petal bears a bright, rose-colored flare near the center that comprises a circle of yellow stamens aroiund the flower’s carples. Each blossom opens on a sturdy 32-inch stem very early in the season—about the same time as the fernleaf. (Saunders, 1950).

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Laura Dessert Peony, white guard petals with light lemon yellow petaloid center.
Laura Dessert: One of the first varieties bred to add some yellow to the peony garden. Blooming in the early midseason, the anemone-form flowers appear pink in bud, but as they open the guard petals turn creamy white. At the center a large tuft of petaloids open a light lemon-yellow color. A very floriforous, moderately fragrant peony of medium height and neat contrasting dark green foliage. Needs no staking. (Dessert 1913)

$17.00

Lois Kelsey another modern design peony, white petals in single or semi-double form with center featuring contrasting red carpels and yellow stamens.eony
Lois Kelsey: A real departure from the typical peony. Deeply cut white petals in single or semidouble form extend from a center that features contrasting red carpels and yellow stamens. Together they provide a very distinctive look in the garden or lend a modern flare to arrangements.This lactiflora will reach a height of 34 inches. (Kelsey 19340

$22.00

Madame de Verneville peony a classic double peony developed in late 1800s
Madame de Verneville: This French cultivar has been enjoyed in gardens for more than 120 years. Early flowering, the double white blooms carry a rose-like fragrance. Flowers are a bomb form that typically features a yellow glow at the base of the petals. A cut flower favorite, this peony is very free-flowering and dependable. Side buds open to create gorgeous sprays. The 28-inch stems need some support to hold up the abundant floral display. (Crousse 1885)

$16.00

Miss America peony picture
Miss America: This two-time winner of the American Peony Society's Gold Medal steals the show in gardens with its large white semi-double blooms that are wonderfully fragrant. The flowers contrast elegantly with the dark green foliage that adorns the plant's 30-inch stems. It has become the standard by which all other semi-double whites are judged. Makes a great cut flower. (Man/van Steen 1936)
New for 2014
Very Limited Quantity

$21.00

Mrs. A B Franklin, large double white peony
Mrs A B Franklin: Extend the bloom
season with this late to very late white, double rose-form peony. The pure white blooms have a wonderfully unique, but not overpowering, fragrance. Sturdy, 28-inch stems hold flowers well.
(Franklin 1928)

$22.00

Princess Bride, pure white bomb type double blooms.
Princess Bride: A pure white bomb-form peony. Large white guard petals cup a center filled with a center ball of loose petals. The nicely-scented blooms stand atop strong 28-inch stems clad in healthy green foliage. One of the best early-blooming white doubles from the breeding work of R.G. Klehm.

$23.00

Requiem, white peony with yellow center with red highlights.
Requiem: This early midseason hybrid features large single white blooms whose petals, are waxy in substance with red highlights at the center. It quickly grows into a large plant about 32 inches in height with substantial medium green leaves, making it a decorative plant throughout the growing season. A great choice for landscapers. (Saunders 1941)

$14.00

Shirley Temple, a mainstay of the cut flower industry.
Shirley Temple: A white double that has been a mainstay in the cut flower trade for many years, especially in Europe. Its very large, full blooms open with a blush ahead of most other doubles, and its sturdy 32 inch stems allow it to stand up well to the weather. Sidebuds help to extend the bloom season on this prolific peony.

$21.00

Top Brass, with rounded ivory guard petals surround a double center of light pink, canary yellow and ivory.
Top Brass: This peony is a celebration on a stick. Rounded ivory guard petals surround double center of light pink, canary yellow and ivory combine for a fun, but sophisticated look. Stiff 32-inch stems keep the lightly scented blooms displayed well in the garden. Also makes a good cut flower. (Klehm)

$18.00

White Imp peony, great for borders and rock gardens.
White Imp: This compact charmer grows to just 22-inches in height. It's lovely white blooms comprise two to three rows of guard petals around a center featuring red carpels. Blooms mid-season on tidy deep green foliage. Carefree habit. (Klehm 1998)

$17.00

White Sands peony, mix of yellow to white petals and petaloids at its center
White Sands: A wonderfully fragrant peony. It's anemone-to-bomb flower form features a mix of yellow to white petals and petaloides at its center. The mature plant will have many strong, 36-inch stems to hold the blooms aloft where a breeze can catch the amazing perfume of this cultivar. (Wild & Sons 1968)

$16.00

White Wicker peony, great landscape peony.
White Wicker: Two to four lightly fragrant, brilliant white blooms top 26-inch stems on this sturdy landscape peony. This extremely floriferous, compact plant would be a great addition to any sunny garden. (Klehm 2000)

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Fina Gardens Peonies
Sam & Helen Finazzo
1319 8th Ave.
Hillsdale, WI 54733
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