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Charles Burgess Peony
Charles Burgess Peony

Large rose type flower. Center of small finely cut petals. Pleasing color combination of dark crimson, burgundy and gold. Tall, late, no stamens. (Krekler, 1963) Lactiflora.
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Fernleaf Single (Tenuifolia))
Fernleaf Single (Tenuifolia))

A beautiful single flowering red peony that blooms early and reaches 24" in height with 4" flowers above unusual feather-like foliage.  Rare. more info
Green Lotus Peony
Green Lotus Peony

(Roy G. Klehm, 1995) Lactiflora. Height 28" - 29".  This amazing white flower has striking lime green streaking with touches of light to medium pink toward petal ends.  Unusual cactus flowering dahlia type.  Pollen and seeds. more info
Kirinmaru Peony
Kirinmaru Peony

Japanese lactiflora.  Kirinmaru produces white flowers streaked with red.  This heirloom variety has gorgeous layered blooms.  Kirinmaru will bring many compliments when established in your garden. more info
Orchid Annie Peony
Orchid Annie Peony

(Klehm, 2003) Lactiflora.  Light orchid-pink double bloom opens to light pink shade.  Orchid-tipped flowers have occasional red-streaking, good stems that hold 6 1/2" wide blooms, midseason bloom, good foliage. Stamens, pollen and seed producer. more info
Angel Cheeks Peony
Angel Cheeks Peony

(Klehm, before 1975) Lactiflora. Blooms Midseason; Bomb; Height: 26", Slightly fragrant, Soft pink flower perfect in an elegant garden or a cottage style garden An excellent cut flower. 2005 American Peony Society Gold Medal winner. Award of Landscape Merit. more info
Bride's Dream Peony
Bride's Dream Peony

Large white Japanese, midseason blooms on 30" stems. A very unusual flower with very narrow twisty pointed white petaloids with a wide circle of shorter cream tinted ones beneath. Many sidebuds which prolong the flowering period. Very fragrant. (Krekler, 1965) Lactiflora more info
Lady Kate Peony
Lady Kate Peony

(Vories, 1924) - Lactiflora. Lady Kate is a gorgeous,  fragrant double pink. She is one of the latest to bloom in the garden.   Rather flat with tall, strong stems. A solid light pink.  When you think the blooms are done, then Lady Kate decides to bloom. more info
Lillian Wild Peony
Lillian Wild Peony

(Wild Bros, 1930) Lactiflora.  Late midseason.  Tall.  Very large, delicate flesh color fading to pure white.   Compact rose type.  Stands up well and is a free bloomer with a somewhat flat face.  The size of the flower increases with the age of the plant, becoming one of the largest and most double of all peonies. more info
Martha Bulloch Peony
Martha Bulloch Peony

(Brand, 1907) Heirloom lactiflora. One of the greatest double pink peonies, Martha Bulloch is fragrant and floriferous. The plant is very tall, coming into bloom late midseason. The flower is a cupped rose type, often measuring 9-12 inches in diameter. This plant has strong stems which hold the heavy flowers well above the foliage, however, tall stems may need staking. A constant prize winner.

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