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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
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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Festiva Maxima Peony
Festiva Maxima Peony

(Miellez, 1851) Heirloom.  Lactiflora.  White, double, fragrant, early, 36" tall.  A massive, loose rose-form flower of pure white lightly flecked with crimson.  This is an old variety from 1851 and still is popular and striking in the garden! more info
Sarah Bernhardt Peony
Sarah Bernhardt Peony

(Lemoine, 1906) Heirloom.  Lactiflora.  Full double, soft pink flowers with edging a little lighter that the inside. This double pink has stood the test of time and continues to perform as gorgeously scented pink and has always been a favorite in the cut-flower industry.  A few petals show crimson edges; may need some support in the garden landscape, but these gorgeous flowers are well worth it.  Late bloomer. more info
Black Beauty Peony
Black Beauty Peony

(Berneche 1924) Lactiflora. This sparkling wine-red peony will be a stand-out in your garden. Mid-season, they fill the garden with fragrance, have long, lasting flowers and are great as cut flowers. Always well-admired, this peony draws attention by it's color alone. more info
Karl Rosenfield Peony
Karl Rosenfield Peony

Heirloom.  Deep crimson double with flowers up to 6 inches wide. Reliable as a cut flower and a garden flower. Easily recognized with its large flowers with notched petal tips. Considered by many as one of the best red double peonies. (Rosenfield, 1908) Lactiflora. more info