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Coral Charm Peony
Coral Charm Peony

Coral, semi-double, early-midseason, 40" tall, hybrid. Very vigorous, large cup-shaped flowers. Exotic deep coral that fades to a softer color on opening. Best in Show 2003, 2006.  Gold Medal 1986. (Wissing, 1964) Hybrid. more info
Coral 'N Gold Peony
Coral 'N Gold Peony

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(Cousins-Roy Klehm, 1981) Hybrid. Coral-peach, single, midseason, 34" tall. Deep coral cup-shaped flowers enhanced by a center of golden stamens. Like the other peonies of this shade, they look stunning in the garden. Stamens and pollen, no seeds.
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Coral Sunset Peony
Coral Sunset Peony

Coral,  early bloomer, fragrant.  The coral color is similar to Coral Charm; appears to be a sister seedling of Coral Charm … a most spectacular coral flower! The petals have ruffled edges that increase the flower fullness, which fade from coral to ivory.   Mr. Wissing worked over 26 years to achieve these beautiful coral hybrids.  Stamens and pollen, no seeds.  2003 APS Gold Medal. Award of Landscape Merit 2009. (Wissing, 1965) Hybrid. more info
Lemon Chiffon Peony
Lemon Chiffon Peony

(Reath, 1981) A most popular peony!  Lemon yellow hybrid. A very fertile peony with bloom of bomb to ball-type double. Huge yellow semi-double to double peony blossoms with golden stamens. Produces some of the largest flowers you will ever be captivated with. Fragrant. Height:  30".   A great seed producer if you want to grow your own new peony variety. Stamens, pollen and seeds. more info
Matador's Robe Peony
Matador's Robe Peony

NEW FOR 2020
(Klehm, 2003) Hybrid. Early bloom. Ruffled and crinkled. Rich red. Vigorous. Deep green foliage. Nicely presented blooms have rows of large, strong guard petals. Vigorous grower with good substance. Single with stamens and pollen. No seed.
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Burma Joy Peony
Burma Joy Peony

(Krekler-Roy Klehm, 1994) Hybrid.   Bright red blossoms that light up your garden, this single, tulip-cupped flower is similar to Burma Ruby.  Early, with an  excellent amount of bloom,  the flowering period in the garden is extended.  Stamens, pollen and fragrant.  Excellent garden height plant of 28"  with good stem strength. more info
Pink Hawaiian Coral
Pink Hawaiian Coral

Gorgeous coral and early bloomer.  Flower is the color of the coral pink of the Hawaiian Islands.  Fades to a softer shade.  Great for cutting.  Strong stems--no need for staking.  A true delight for color.  Gold Medal 2000.  Award of Landscape Merit.  (Klehm, 1981) Hybrid more info