Bareroot Herbaceous Peonies
We send strong roots of flowering size with a minimum of 3-5 buds. Orders all year round, peonies are sent bareroot in fall (October, November, December) and early in spring (late February and March).
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ABALONE PEARL (Krekler 1978)
Flowers large, semi-double, coral pink with golden yellow stamens in the centre. Flowers slightly fragrant. Stems strong, dark green foliage. Popular peony due to its unique color of flowers.
AMALIA OLSON (Olson 1959)
Flowers large, well filled, globular, double, purest white imaginable. Flowers deliciously scented. Stems strong, foliage large, dark green. Amalia Olson is extremely suitable for planting cut flowers as well as for planting in gardens.
ANGEL CHEEKS (Klehm C.G. 1970)
Flowers double, soft cameo-pink with red freckles on the top of the petals, double row of pink guard petals, big full bloom. Normal grower, strong stems, big leaves, disease resistant. Excellent sort, giant flowers (15 cm), pronounced lovely floral fragrance. Charming! PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
Natural wild species with a wide distribution, Turkey and Greece being the main centres. Flowers single, purple red with yellow stamens in the centre. Foliage is blueish or greyish green (matte), deeply cut and consists of relatively narrow segments. Very vigorous and floriferous, suitable for growing in our climate.
BARTZELLA (Anderson 1986)
Full double flowers, bright yellow with red flares. Healthy and strong growth, 100% winter-hardy. Lovely lemon fragrance, giant flowers (18 cm)! Recommended for any garden, unique and most popular yellow sort.
BELLEVILLE (Wolfe/Hollingsworth 1998)
A large light purple japanese form flowers, striking color contrast of darker guard petals surrounding a mound of smaller, lighter center. Strong, tall grower with heavy flowers. Interesting novelty in the world of peonies.
BOUQUET PERFECT (Tischler 1987)
Bright pink japanese-type flowers with wonderful arrangement. Staminoides in the center of the flower are tipped with red. A real eye-catcher, flowers slightly fragrant. A fine peony with strong erect stems.
BOWL OF BEAUTY (Hoogendoorn 1949)
Large, japanese-type flowers, pink outer petals surround a center of creamy staminodes. Flowers fragrant, long flowering time. A very popular peony.
BRIDAL GOWN (Klehm 1981)
Perfect double white, large flowers (Bomb type), strong stems. Light fragrance, excellent cut flower. Most desirable florist's choice, unique.
BUCKEYE BELLE (Mains 1956)
Extremely dark red (almost chocolate-red) semi-double, medium-sized flowers, petals are sprinkled with golden stamens. Striking maroon fall foliage. The very dark color, low plant height, compact habit makes this sort a very special.
CALLIE´S MEMORY (Anderson 1999)
Flowers semi-double, apricot cream with maroon flares and picotee edges. At the opening, the flower has the shape of a rose. Flowers slightly fragrant. Nice foliage, good grower, 100% winter-hardy. Among peonies very unusual flower color, excellent. PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
CANDY STRIPE (Anderson/Atkinson 1992)
Beautiful double flowers white with red stripes in pleasing combination. Pleasant mild fragrance. A vigorous plant, long strong stems, fine as a cut flower.
CARNATION BOUQUET (Seidl 1996)
Pretty double vivid rose, very bright flowers. Petals of uniform size give a carnation-like appearance. Wonderful spicy fragrance. One flower per stem, excellent for cutting. Very popular, but rare, seldom offered peony.
CATHARINE FONTIJN (Van der Valk/Van der Zwet 1952)
Beautiful double pink flowers blended through white with yellow glow from center. When the flowers mature the yellow stamens become more visible and the petals nearly turn to white. Very fragrant. An excellent cut flower. Vigorous grower, very floriferous. PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
CHAMELEON (Klehm R.G. 2001)
Single lavender pink blooms on compact bushes with gray-green foliage. It belongs to the "Rock Garden Peonies" group. Rock-garden varieties are named for their short heights, suitable for rockeries and smaller gardens or the front of the perennial border. Their foliage, texture and blossoms sized in perfect proportion to their smaller stature. It blooms very early.
CLAIRE DE LUNE (White, Wild & Son 1954)
Flowers single, large (13 cm), creamy yellow, crinkled and rounded petals and dark yellow stamens. It is a hybrid of the yellow species P. mlokosewitschii and Mons. Jules Elie. Wonderfully fragrant. Dark green leaflets, reddish stems, low plant habit and high vigour. This very choice variety is one of the earliest flowering peonies, very wanted...
CORA LOUISE (Anderson 1986)
Huge semi-double white flowers with deep lavender to purple flares. The contrast between the purple color of the center of this peony and the pure white petals is magnificent – it is reminiscent of the type found on the Chinese Gansu Mudan (P. rockii hybrids). Robust stems hold the flowers well above the foliage. Beautiful, slightly fragrant flowers. Amazing... PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
CORA STUBBS (Krekler W.H. 1985)
Flower Japanese form, sassy raspberry pink with large vanilla ice cream scoop center. Flowers pleasantly fragrant. Vigorous plant habit and lush foliage, one of the best!
CORAL CHARM (Wissing 1964)
Orange-coral buds open to large semi-double, coral-peach, cup-shaped flowers. Exotic deep coral fades to a softer color on opening. Flowers fragrant. Vigorous grower, thick stems. Sort received many awards, because of unique flower color. Excellent as a cut-flower.
CORAL SUNSET (Wissing 1965)
Flowers semi-double, deep orange-coral color, deepest of all Corall sorts and nicest fragrance in this group. Many thick, strong stems, very vigorous grower. Excellent as a cut-flower.
CYTHEREA (Saunders 1953)
Semi-double, very large, deep pink to cherry red, strongly cupped petals, forming almost closed ball. Flowers fragrant. Very strong, erect stems, no sidebuds. Great cut flower with lots of flowers. Their pink colour fade off as the flower ages, resulting in many different shades of pink at one plant. Fine sort...
Natural wild species, flowers single, pink to purple red with yellow stamens and carpels covered by pink felty hairs. Fine, ornamental, rounded leaves. Only rarely cultivated peony, suitable rather to semishady places.
DAYTON (Krekler 1962)
Full double, large, deep fuchsia pink and silvery flowers. A smoothly tailored form, very fragrant. Strong stems, excellent plant habit, strong grower. Recommended as excellent landscape peony...
DIANA PARKS (Bockstoce 1942)
Full double, bomb-shaped flowers of bright carmine red color. Petals tightly packed to the center, which is pushed up in the maturing process resulting in huge and stunning bomb-shaped flowers. No sidebuds. Delicously scented flowers seldom seen amongst true red peony cultivars.
DO TELL (Auten 1946)
Light pink guard petals surrounding a spectacular center consisting of many staminodes of great contrasting colors in pink, white and purple shades. Fragrant flowers, fine plant habit, the spectacular flowering and the high vigour... a breathtaking peony.
DUCHESSE DE NEMOURS (Calot 1856)
Flowers double, cupped, creamy white, very pleasant, strong sweet fragrance. Very floriferous. Many strong stems, excellent foliage. Old, but still very very popular sort, also good as cut-flower. Its fragrance is so sweeeeet! PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
EARLY SCOUT (Auten 1952)
Flowers single to semi-double, deep red with contrasting yellow anthers. One of the earliest of all peonies to bloom. Low growth. Dissected leaf foliage (inherited from its parent P. tenuifolia (´Richard Carvel´ × P. tenuifolia) makes a very attractive plant even after the flowers have gone. Suitable as a cut-flower, blooms hold well when cut.
FESTIVA MAXIMA (Miellez 1851)
Flowers large, globular, double, pure white with a spot of red on a few central petals. Flowers with delightful fragrance, very floriferous sort. Stems strong, foliage large, dark green.
FIRST ARRIVAL (Anderson 1986)
Semi-double to double, very large flowers, lavender pink with darker center. Flowers abundant, situated on top of the dense foliage, slightly scented. Beautiful dark green leaves create superb and compact shrub.
FLORENCE NICHOLLS (Nicholls 1938)
Flowers double, blush white, with a scarlet suffusion deepening to center, opened flowers are of rose shape, very wide and narrow petals intermingled. Very fragrant! Strong stems, very vigorous and floriferous.
GAY PAREE (Auten 1933)
Japanese form flowers to 15 cm wide, rose or cherry outer petals surrounds a large centre of cream petaloids, edged by pink. Very fragrant and long lasting flowers. Well known, outstanding variety.
GOING BANANAS (Anderson)
Gorgeous, very large lemon yellow single flowers with a tinge of red at the base are blooming for quite a long time. The foliage provides excellent autumn colour and interest. It has finely cut divided green foliage turning red in spring and autumn on strong stems.
GREEN HALO (Klehm 1999)
Snowy white topping of frilly petals and petaloides crown this semi-double flowered peony. Underneath lie unusual green guard petals. Flowers slightly fragrant. Very unusual, very rare...
HENRY BOCKSTOCE (Bockstoce 1955)
Full double, huge dinner plate size, rich cardinal red, excellent flowers. True red flower color comes from it being a Paeonia officinalis x lactifora hybrid. The last flowering peony of this hue in the season. Excellent grower, but slow of increase, sparse bush, heavy and tall stems. Highly prized as a cut-flower. Stunning presentation in the garden.
HILLARY (Anderson 1999)
Semi-double to double, large flowers, dark pink at the opening that fades gradually to a cream color on the upper part of the petals whereas the lower part keeps its red-rose coloration. Flowers fragrant. Compact habit, height 90 cm. A spectacular peony!
JACORMA (De Vroomen 1969)
Very large, double, deep pink, fragrant flowers. This variety holds on to this colour. It is a peony which does not discolour. The flowering time is very late, about one week after Sarah Bernhardt. Strong stems, fine as a cut flower. Healthy growth.
JAN VAN LEEUWEN (van Leeuwen 1928)
Flowers of japanese type, white, large petals surround a small center of deep yellow staminodes. Good bush habit, thick and strong stems make these sort especially good for cutting.
KANSAS (Bigger 1940)
Double, rosy red to deep pink flowers. A very showy flowers, freely blooming sort. Normal grower, thick strong woody stems makes Kansas especially good for cutting.
LA PERLE (Crousse1886)
Large, double, globular shape, light lavender-pink flowers with a slightly darker center prominently flaked with red. Flowers very fragrant. Excellent grower, strong stems are suitable to cutting. One of the very few beautiful varieties in this color, simply excellent!
LADY ALEXANDRA DUFF (Kelway 1902)
Double, large flower, light pink to blush with white central petals is surrounded by smaller saucer-shaped side flowers so each strong stem makes a bouquet. Very floriferous, flowers strongly scented. Vigorous and charming peony.
LAURA DESSERT (Dessert 1913)
Cream-white or pale-lemon flowers double when opened, later fading to white, yellow centre. Flowers very fragrant. Dark green foliage, good grower, strong stems, very floriferous.
LEMON CHIFFON (Reath 1981)
Flowers large, double ball with heavy substance, lemon yellow. Extremely floriferous peony, blooms are held erect due to strong stems, lovely fragrance. Attractive deep green foliage. Beautiful sort, always in high demand.
LESLIE PECK (Niva 1999)
Flowers deep pink, center petaloids cream and pink, etched in peach, Japanese form, with many side buds. Flowers are held above the foliage, great cutflower. Vigorous peony with excellent foliage.
LORELEI (Hollingsworth 1996)
Flowers of bomb type, opens a striking orange pink, passes to light apricot orange. Sweet, spicy fragrance. Flowers, borne singly on 70 cm stems. Bush stoutly erect. Bright avocado color leaflets, veined yellow green. Excellent peony...
MARSHMALLOW BUTTON (Klehm 1986)
White double bomb with upward curving guard petals. Ball center is formed by white petals with a yellow cast emanating from its base. Dark green foliage, short growth habit. Flowers pleasantly fragrant.
Mikado (Japan 1893)
Flowers of japanese type, red with rose and yellow center, very floriferous. Excellent grower, prodigious flower production, long lived and dependable peony, suitable to any garden.
NELLIE SAYLOR (Krekler 1967)
Flower simple - japanese form, magenta or deep burgundy guard petals and a somewhat flattened center of petaloids which are creamy white and drenched with many tints of pink. A couple of magenta petals are always poking through in this center dome, adding much to the excitement of these flowers. Nice dark green leaves and very rigid stems, excellent upright habit. Flowers pleasantly fragrant. A very good peony, striking color combinations, recommended...
NIPPON BEAUTY (Auten 1927)
Flowers dark red, simple - japanese type, staminoides sharply incurved, flushed and edged yellow. Dark red stems and dark green leaves. Compact and attractive plant habit, masssive flowering, beauty of the flower color contrast... Very popular sort.