Shipping Begins March 2021
There is not a plant that seems to capture gardeners more than peonies. Sorry other plants. When I was considering putting together a collection of peonies, it was important to show their color range and bloom time. If you are going to grow peonies, it's best to have varieties that bloom at different times making the season last as long as possible.
The other crucial factor was sourcing them is large of root starts as possible. All of the plants in this collection are 3-5 eye root divisions. Many places sell 2-3 eyes. In the case of peonies, bigger/older root divisions are better. Now after saying that, peonies are not at their best until two to three years after planting. They get better with age, and that is one of the many reasons why they are so captivating.
This is an incredible collection of both early, mid, and late flowering peonies.
Paeonia ‘Coral Charm’