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Paeonia Many Happy Returns
Paeonia Many Happy Returns
(Hollingsworth 1986) A really fantastic new peony, which has become a popular commercial cut flower. Large bomb shaped flowers of a rich warm red. The stems are thick and long, and the blooms last a long time in water. This peony will a make a perfect present for gardening freind. Early to mid season flowering, Height to approximately 90cm. 
£19.99
Paeonia Marie Lemoine
Paeonia Marie Lemoine
(Calot 1869) A classic nineteenth century peony which is still adored over 150 years later.  Large globe shaped flowers of soft creamy white. Similar to Duchesse de Nemours, but with a little more yellow in the centre of the bloom and slightly later flowering. The sweetly scented flowers are particularly good for cutting. Shorter growing variety to 85cm so it rarely needs staking.  
£12.99

Paeonia Miss AmericaPaeonia Miss America
Paeonia Miss America
(Mann-van-Steen 1936). This truly marvellous semi-double peony opens blush pink and turns white as the flower matures. There remains a yellow glow at the base of the petals. With strong stems and a strong sweet fragrance, this is one of the best of all garden peonies. Midseason flowering this peony elegantly forms a bushy plant up to about 90cm in height.
£14.99
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Paeonia mlokosewitschiiPaeonia mlokosewitschii
Paeonia mlokosewitschii
Possibly the most revered and sought after of all the peonies, and perhaps of all garden plants. From the bright red shoots that begin to emerge in February, to the opening of the single yellow lemon cup shaped blooms in late April, early May, this wondeful plant is a constant joy. Thrives best in a part shady position with deep humus rich soil. Relatively slower growing, it takes time to reach its full flowering potential, and is best just left alone. Our stock is propagated from divisions and is true to type. Beware of cheaper plants being offered, which are generally seed raised and will often flower pink due to cross-pollination with other species. Limited Supply. 
£69.95
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Paeonia Monsieur Jules EliePaeonia Monsieur Jules Elie
Paeonia Monsieur Jules Elie
(Crousse 1888) Always one of the most popular garden peonies. Light lavender pink fragrant flowers with large outer petals and a raised centre that varies in colour and shape as the bloom develops. Distinct broad green foliage which is a particularly bright shade of green. This is one of the last peonies to flower, so it is very useful in extending the peony season. A shorter variety growing to approx 80cm.
£11.99
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Paeonia Mother's ChoicePaeonia Mother's Choice
Paeonia Mother's Choice
(Glasscock 1950). Mothers Choice is one of the best of all peonies for cutting. Very large creamy white flowers, occasionally a few petals will have some red streaks. The blooms are wonderfully fragrant and are very long lasting. The plants themselves have glossy green leaves and strong stems that rarely need staking. Late flowering cultivar which grows to approximately 90cm in height.
£17.99

Paeonia Mr G F HemerikPaeonia Mr G F Hemerik
Paeonia Mr G F Hemerik
(Van Leeuwen 1930) Lipstick pink petals with a bright centre of saffron yellow petaloids. A bright and joyful peony. A wonderful garden plant with very distinct dark green ribbed leaves. Very free flowering and grows to about 90cm. 
£14.99
Paeonia Noemie DemayPaeonia Noemie Demay
Paeonia Noemie Demay
(Calot 1867). An ancient cultivar dating back to 1867 but still one of the most endearing of garden peonies. Double apple blossom pink blooms with a heady sweet scent which gradually fade to white. Mid season flowering. A diminuitive little peony ordinarily growing to just 60cm in height.  
£12.99

Paeonia NymphePaeonia Nymphe
Paeonia Nymphe
(Dessert 1913) Pretty single flowers of apple blossom pink which are delightfully fragrant. A free flowering peony which quickly forms a sturdy plant smothered with blooms. This is a later flowering variety which does particularly well in a shady part of the garden. Medium height growing to approximately 90cm.
£10.99
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Paeonia officinalis Alba Plena
Paeonia officinalis Alba Plena
The sumptuous white form of the old fashioned red cottage garden peony. The flowers open with an outer blush of pale pink but quickly change to white. Smaller and neater growing to around 60cm in height and spread. Early flowering during May so a welcome harbinger to the main peony season.
£12.95

Paeonia officinalis Rubra PlenaPaeonia officinalis Rubra Plena
Paeonia officinalis Rubra Plena
(Ancient origin) Granny's cottage garden peony. The peony that everybody knows or remembers! Deep red double blooms. Best given some support as the large flowers are extremely heavy. May flowering. Shorter variety growing to 50cm. A wonderful plant for evoking memories of times gone by.
£12.99
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Paeonia Paul M Wild
Paeonia Paul M Wild
One of the great commercially grown cut flower cultivars. Large rich melon red flowers which are fully double. This is a robust growing plant which rarely needs staking. The blooms are very long lasting in water and have a light scent. Midseason. Ht. 95cms.
£14.99

Paeonia peregina Otto FroebelPaeonia peregina Otto Froebel
Paeonia peregina Otto Froebel
This unique plant was originally collected in Turkey at the end of the nineteenth century, and was known as ''The Red Peony of Constantinople''. An early peony, flowering in May it has single cup shaped blooms, in bright scarlet red, but with a coral suffusion. The colour is so unique that it confuses the eye. Paeonia peregrina is one of the parents of Coral Charm and Coral Sunset. The glossy mid-green leaves contain no red pigment and look like emerging sticks of celery in early spring. Low growing to just 50-60cm. Thrives best in full sun and very well drained soil, akin to its native habitat. 
£24.99
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Paeonia Peter BrandPaeonia Peter Brand
Paeonia Peter Brand
(Seit 1937) A really sumptuous peony and one of the best in its colour range. Deep ruby red double flowers that become more purple as they mature. Dark and lustrous foliage which adopts rich tints in the autumn. The flowers are held on strong stems, and are excellent for cutting. This is a taller growing variety to 95cm but is robust and rarely needs staking. Mid season flowering over a long period.
£19.99

Paeonia Philippe Rivoire
Paeonia Philippe Rivoire
(Riviere 1911). An exceptional peony for its unique coloration. Medium sized double blooms of deep amaranthine purple with a black sheen. Its proved very difficult to photograph this peony adequatley, but take our word for it, its stunning! The flowers are scented like the finest tea rose. A compact growing plant growing to around 85cms. Very late flowering and one of our favourites. 
£22.99
Paeonia Pink Hawaiian Coral
Paeonia Pink Hawaiian Coral
(R Klehm 1981) A most beautiful peony with semi double flowers of bright coral pink, with yellow in the depths of the middle. Free flowering and vigorous, it is an easily grown garden peony. Early flowering, so a great plant to introduce the season, growing to around 90cm in height.
£12.99

Paeonia Pink Parfait
Paeonia Pink Parfait
(Klehm 1971) This is a large and magnficent double peony of bright rose pink. The petals show some silvering at the edges especially in full sun. Sumptuously fragrant, this peony is over the top in all its attributes. Grows to around 85cm in height. Mid season blooming.
£15.99
Paeonia Red CharmPaeonia Red Charm
Paeonia Red Charm
(Glasscock 1944) Fantastic hybrid between P.lactiflora and P.officinalis resulting in a in a hybrid flower with the richness of a cottage garden peony but with a much sturdier habit. Really really deep blood red fully double flowers. An early flowering peony, useful for stretching the season. Grows to about 90cm in height. 
£18.99
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Paeonia Reine Hortense
Paeonia Reine Hortense
(Calot 1857) One of the oldest peonies in cultivation but still one of the most endearing. Sensational flowers of the palest rose pink; the colour is incredibly uniform and is minutely splashed on a white underlay. The centre of the flower is prominently flecked with crimson. This is a very good peony for cutting, the fragrant blooms lasting for ages in a vase. Quite late flowering, and growing to approx 85cm and should be part of any peony collection.
£19.99
Paeonia Sarah BernhardtPaeonia Sarah Bernhardt
Paeonia Sarah Bernhardt
(Lemoine 1906) One of the best loved of all garden peonies. Large double flowers of apple blossom pink. The flowers are very sweetly perfumed and this peony is one of the best for cutting. Sarah Bernhardt is a taller variety of peony often growing to 95cm, so ideal for the back of the border. It may require staking. Flowers are freely produced often to the end of June so it is great for extending the flowering season. The Sarah Bernhardt peony was introduced in 1906 by the French breeder Monsieur Lemoine and named after Sarah Bernhardt, a French actress - some say the most famous actress the world has ever known. She had a coffin in which she often slept instead of a bed, as she reckoned it helped her understand her many tragic roles. Whilst performing in la Toscana in 1905 she jumped off a parapet and injured her knee which led to her leg being amputated. The saying "doing a Sarah Bernhardt" refers to having a melodramatic moment, a tribute to Sarah's extraordinary talent for tragic drama. One thing we do know for sure, is that Sarah's namesake, just like the icon herself, is a beauty of a peony and one of our most popular blooms!
£8.99
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Paeonia Scarlett O'Hara
Paeonia Scarlett O'Hara
(Falk-Glasscock 1956) A most marvellous single peony of true scarlet red, with a bright golden centre. The foliage is bright green without much of the usual red pigmentation. An early flowering peony, the buds develop slowly and can take a while to open but worth the wait. Grows to about 80cm. 
£14.99
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Paeonia Sea Shell
Paeonia Sea Shell
(Sass 1937) Large single flowers of bright lively pink, with a full centre of yellow stamens. Can be the centre of attention in the border when it flowers, and simply beautiful in a vase as a cut flower. Mid-season flowering with a height of about 90cm.
£10.99

Paeonia Shirley TemplePaeonia Shirley Temple
Paeonia Shirley Temple
(Pre-1948) Superlative in every way! This has to be one of the best of all peonies for the garden. Huge fragrant double flowers opening a beautiful pale blush pink and soon changing to purest white. The flowers will keep their colour more in partial shade. An outstanding variety for cutting, the plants have a solid upright habit with firm stems and good foliage which colors well in the autumn. One of the last to flower. Grows to approx 90cm in height.
£10.99
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Paeonia SolangePaeonia Solange
Paeonia Solange
(Lemoine 1907) Large full double of creamy white with a suffusion of palest salmon pink in the depths of the flower. These gorgeous scented blooms are very long lasting. The foliage is lustrous with dark and strong stems. Good autumn colour. One of the last peonies to flower and growing to about 90cm
£11.99

Paeonia Sorbet
Paeonia Sorbet
(Klinkhamer 1987). A "triple-decker" peony. Large flat outer guard petals, with a middle layer of narrower white petals. Above those is another layer of pink petals. The whole effect being that of a delectable dessert! Mid season flowering. Medium height to approx 90cm.
£13.99
Paeonia Sword Dance
Paeonia Sword Dance
(Auten 1933). Very large japanese style peony, with deep carmine red guard petals, and with the brightest centre of small red petaloids edged with gold. This would make a stunning centrepiece for the June garden. As a bonus the foliage is deep and lush, and sturdy stems mean the plants do not need staking. Flowering over an extended period this is one superlative garden peony. Height around 90cm
£10.99
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Paeonia Tom EckhardtPaeonia Tom Eckhardt
Paeonia Tom Eckhardt
(Krekler 1965). Fantastic and distinct Japanese style peony with large mid pink guard petals, the centre is a huge frothing mass of orange and pink petaloids. Beautiful in its eccentricity. Forms a well shaped rounded plant with elegant foliage. Midseason. Ht. 90cm.
£14.99
Paeonia Top Brass
Paeonia Top Brass
(Klehm 1968). Beautiful large blowsy fully double blooms. Broad ivory white guard petals with a similar coloured explosion of inner petals with some canary yellow coloration. An immensely good doer in the garden and excellent for cutting. Midseason. Ht. 90cms.
£14.99

Paeonia veitchii
Paeonia veitchii
Smaller flowering early species with flowers of deep magenta to pale rose, which are approx 5cm in diameter.  are variable in colour from plant to plant, typically various shades of pink and magenta, 25-50 cm tall with deeply disected leaves. A delightful garden plant, easy to grow, but best in light shade and reasonabley well drained soil. 
£24.99
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Paeonia Victoire de la Marne
Paeonia Victoire de la Marne
(Desert 1915) Lustrous deep double peony with medium sized blooms of deep maroon red, atop dark stems and foliage. This is a very distinct later flowering peony growing to a height of around 90cm.
£14.99

Paeonia Vogue
Paeonia Vogue
(Hoogendoorn 1949). An extremely beautiful, large double bloom of excellent form and clarity. The flowers open the merest blush pink, and then pale to pure white. Some yellow stamens poke through from the depths of the cente.  Gorgeously scented too. Takes a while to establish, but then all the best things in life always will! Mid season flowering, height around 85cm.
£14.99
Paeonia White Cap
Paeonia White Cap
(Winchell 1956). This has to be one of the most unique of all the japanese style peonies. Bright pale beetroot coloured guard petals cup a centre of buff coloured petaloids, which fade to white as the flowers open wide. This startling peony is mid season flowering and will grow to a height of around 85cm.
£29.99

Paeonia White WingsPaeonia White Wings
Paeonia White Wings
(Hoogendoorn 1949) The most famous single white peony and one that seems to do particularly well in a shady position. Singularly understated, the large flowers are the purest white imaginable, with a stand out golden centre. Lightly fragrant. Always much admired when in bloom. Midseason. Shorter variety 85cm approx.
£11.99
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