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We only ship within the United States. Peonies are hardy for zones 2-8.
We can't guarantee them for warmer zones.

Barrington Belle peony, Japanese-form gorgeous red peony Barrington Belle: Strong 32-inch stems support a wealth of gorgeous red Japanese-form peony flowers. The center of each blooms comprise red staminoides kissed by gold at the tip of each. Matures quickly into a large bush that looks attractive throughout the growing season. ( Klehm 1971)

$20

Big Ben, tall plant with fragrant double red blooms Big Ben: a tall, burly peony with a sweet side it shows through its wonderfully perfumed blooms. Fully double red blooms sit atop stems that top out at 4 feet giving it real presence early-season in a flower border. Because the blooms aren't overly large, it generally performs well without support. This 1943 introduction by Auten has the reputation of performing well in the south. (Auten, 1943)

$23

Carol, very large, very double red bloom Carol: Enormous red-red blooms show up early in the season on this very vigorous plant. The size and substance of the rose-form flowers makes support a must. It's a spectacular cut flower, although the 34" stems are frequently not straight. Fragrance is light. (Bockstoce, 1955)

$23

Charm peony picture Charm: Deep Mahogany red Japanese form flowers are carried erect on stout 32- inch stems. The center of each flower holds a tuff of staminodes of the same rich color, except each is tipped by a spot of gold. These stately plants bloom in late season. Franklin 1931. $21

$18

Claudia Claudia: From the work of famed peony breeder A.P. Saunders, this hybrid peony features blooms that open cherry blossom pink that transition to more of a salmon. It's a vigorous grower, reaching up to 36 inches in height on stems that easily support the flowers. (Saunders)

$23

Command Performance Command Performance: This American Peony Society Grand Champion is a standout in the garden and in a vase. Its large, globular red blooms feature and under glow of an orange makes it hard not to notice atop 36-inch stems. There is no pollen present, making it an especially nice cut flower. (Hollingsworth)

$35

Early Scout, very early hybrid with single dark red flowers, great for rock gardens Early Scout: Another APS Gold Medal winner. This very early hybrid features single, dark red flowers atop 20-inch, sturdy stems robed in remarkable dissected leaves that remain attractive through the growing season—all qualities that helped it win the APS 2009 Award of Landscape Merit. A vigorous grower, easy to establish in full sun and well-drained soil. (Auten 1952)

$22

Fairy Princess red rock garden peony Fairy Princess: A great addition to any rock garden or border front this vigorous growing peony reaches just 20 inches in height. Its clear red single form blooms open early and float atop emerald green foliage that keeps a clean look throughout the growing season. (Glassock-Falk 1955)

$18

Fern leaf, Tenuifolia Rubra Flore Plena, one of the earliest herbaceous peonies, great for rock gardens. Fern leaf: Tenuifolia Rubra Flore Plena This fern leaf peony is one of the earliest herbaceous peonies to come up in the garden. Its small lipstick-red double blooms are carried atop 16-18-inch stems that feature finely cut, dainty leaves. The plant and buds are extremely cold tolerant, but it must be grown in well drained soil or a raised bed in full sun.

$44

Kansas Peony, big, bold double red on sturdy 34" stems Kansas: A big, bold double red with sturdy 34-inch stems. Very dependable, very vigorous, this American Peony Society Gold Medal winner is a main stay in the cutflower industry and much appreciated as a garden plant. The watermelon red flowers come early in the season and hold their color well even under hot, sunny weather conditions. (Bigger, 1940).

$15

Maestro deep red double peony Maestro: This mid-season beauty displays rich, deep red double blooms that are held well above the medium green foliage on sturdy 33-inch stems. A real a standout in the garden, where the color is slow to fade. The red petals are interspersed with contrasting golden stamens for added interest. It also makes a long-lasting cut flower for indoors.

$23

Merry Mayshine Merry Mayshine: As bright and cheerful as its name sounds, this terrific early season hybrid features unusually fine-cut leaves on 26-inch stems that hold bright, vivid crimson single-form flowers erect in all weather. So much so that it recently received the American Peony Society's Award of Landscape Merit. (Saunders/Hollingsworth/Smetana)

$17

Nippon Beauty Japanese style peony, deep red guard petals surround a gold and red profusion of center petaloids Nippon Beauty:  A striking, deep red Japanese form peony. Yellow tips on center petaloids that curve inward give these blooms a look that commands attention. The sturdy 32-inch stems keep the flowers erect. Flowers late season. Does well as a unique cutflower. In late summer, seed pods turn reddish, providing some additional interest. (Auten 1927).

$17

Okinawa peony picture Okinawa:  This rarely offered, Japanese form peony bears lovely, single carmine red blooms that are accented by yellow centers. It blooms mid-season on 28-inch stems dressed delicately by fine cutleaf foliage.

$18

Old Faithful, deep red outer petals surround bright yellow stamens Old Faithful: Like the geyser that shares its name, this hybrid peony will put on an amazing display of huge deep red blooms on stems so thick and sturdy that spring storms won't bring them down. The plants are strong and reliable growers, but some patience is needed to get them well established. Definitely worth the wait. (Glassock/Falk)

$48

Paul Wild, opulent double deep red blooms. Paul Wild: Opulent might be the best way to describe this big, bold ruby red double. Huge, unfading blooms with velvety petals sit atop strong 36-inch stems dressed in healthy, deep green foliage. This mid-season bloomer combines vigor and beauty in a way matched by few other peonies. (Wild, 1964)

$21

Port Royale, wine colored Japanese form peony Port Royale: Another peony that needs no staking, this Japanese form cultivar produces a profusion of wonderful wine-colored blooms on study 28-inch stems. Superb in form,the lovely light fragrance of its mid-season flowers provides another plus often missing from many red peonies. It's dark green foliage sets off the color of the blooms and stays neat looking throughout the growing season. (Krekler/Klehm 1996)

$23

President Lincoln peony, deep red with yellow stamens on 36" stems. President Lincoln:  This single form peony blooms a strong red with undertones of blue. Its large petals cup a center of bright yellow stamens. A mid-season beautythat features 36-inch stems clad in deep green leaves. A good show or cut flower choice. Brand 1928.

$25

Raspberry Charm, a stunning raspberry red semi-double peony with gold centers. Raspberry Charm: Stunning raspberry red semi-double blooms are accented by gold centers. The flowers on this reliable bloomer come atop strong 36-inch stems dressed with clean green foliage. Blooms last long, both on the bush and in the vase. This early-season variety has become a popular choice among discerning gardners. (Wissing-Roy Klehm, 1985)

$21

Red Charm peony, makes a bold red statement. Big, fully double glossy, scarlet petals. Red Charm: Want to make a bold red statement in the garden or for an arrangement? This American Peony Society Gold Medalist will deliver. Big, fully-double flowers feature glossy, scarlet petals of good substance on strong 36-inch stems. Performs well even in southern states where the sun quickly fades other red peonies. This hybrid is a vigorous grower. (Glassock 1944).

$21

Red Grace peony Red Grace: Displays its deep red color in petals so tightly packed that the blooms nearly form a ball. Perhaps a shade deeper than Red Charm, but of a better plant habit for garden settings. Stems up to 36 inches.

$25

Scarlett O'Hara peony picture Scarlett O'Hara: This is one peony that frankly doesn't seem to give dam about HOW hot the weather gets. It's been shown to be among the most heat tolerant, holding the color of its brilliant red, large, singe-form flowers even in full sun. It can really make a statement in the garden with its very strong 40-inch stems, earning it the American Peony Society's Award of Landscape Merit. (Glasscock 1956)

$18

Sword Dance peony, bright red petals surround a center of yellow staminoides streaked with red. Sword Dance: A 36-inch tall, japanese form peony that blooms late. Dramatic bright red petals surround a distinctive center of yellow staminoides that are streaked with the same red as the guard petals. The color is slow to fade even in warmer areas. No need to baby along this peony, which matures quickly into a tall, many-stemmed broad plant that flowers prolifically. (Auten 1933)

$14

Tango Tango: This single form lactflora features fragrant, deep magenta colored flowers on sturdy 22-inch stems. The dramatic color and neat, compact plant habit will dress up any border.

$23


2012 American Peony Society
Gold Medal Winner

Topeka Garnet, unique garnet colored single form peony

Topeka Garnet: The unique deep red color of its blooms and great plant habit make this one of the most sought after single-form peonies. The garnet-colored flowers are held up on stiff stems adorned with dark green glossy leaves. No wonder it earned the American Peony Society's Award of Landscape merit this past year. A great choice for some late season color. (Bigger 1975)

$24

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