Bareroot Species Peonies and their sorts
We send strong tubers of flowering size with a minimum of 3-5 buds. Orders all year round, the tubers are sent bareroot in the autumn (October, November).
RARITY! Splendid, brilliant glowing crimson red double flower. Finely cut leaves, normal grower. Need very sunny position and well drained soil. Natural wild species, very rare.
Finely cut leaves, single bright red petals and golden yellow center. Height 30-40 cm. Need very sunny position and well drained soil, excellent for rock gardens. Natural wild species, very rare. Root size 3/5 eye.
Flowers single, bright scarlet. It is a hybrid between P. tenuifolia and P. lactiflora, the oldest known interspecific hybrid created out of China. Plants are multiflowered, flowers fragrant, sterile. It blooms very early, just a few days before P. tenuifolia. Cut leaf foliage, that even after blooming, makes a wonderful border plant. PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
Flowers single, deep shining red , cup shaped, stamens yellow. Natural species distributed in south-eastern Europe. Very early flowering (May). Precious species suitable natural gardens and sunny places, especially good in combination with taller perennials. PAEONIA POTTED WE DO NOT SEND BY POST
Species peony, height 40-50 cm. Flowers 10 cm in diameter, simple, pink, early flowering. Stems furry when young, later bald. Peony for sunny or semi-shady places, suitable for natural gardens.
Flowers somewhat cup-shaped, simple, 7 cm across, soft pink. P. mollis belongs to the officinalis group and stands somewhat near P.humilis var. villosa. but origin is unknown. Stems 30-45 cm tall with blue-green foliage, compact growth, very early flowering.
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.
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.
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...
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.