Swenson Gardens

Garden Peonies

Garden varieties are some of the most popular peonies and can be found in gardens around the world. These versatile plants offer a wide range of bloom times, wonderful landscape appeal and of course, peony cut flowers.

AMERICA AMERICA AMERICA AMERICA

AMERICA

(N. Rudolph, 1976)

30” tall, 40” wide, single, early

$25

Flag-red, feisty, and fragrant. This early single holds its head up proudly. Stunning in numbers in the garden, and dramatic as a cut flower.

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ANGELO COBB FREEBORN ANGELO COBB FREEBORN ANGELO COBB FREEBORN ANGELO COBB FREEBORN

ANGELO COBB FREEBORN

(Freeborn, 1943)

40” tall, 48” wide, double, mid

$25

Mrs. Freeborn describes this pale coral shade as “shrimp pink.” The very large blooms require some support and deliver gorgeous impact from afar.

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ATHENA ATHENA ATHENA ATHENA

ATHENA

(Saunders, 1955)

34” tall, 38” wide, single, very early

$25

A very early spring bloomer that is an elegant presence in the garden and fragrant sophistication indoors. Shade from afternoon sun to prolong blooms.

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AVA NIDA AVA NIDA AVA NIDA AVA NIDA

AVA NIDA

(Unknown)

34” tall, 42” wide, single, mid to late

$25

Born in Oregon in mid-1950s, along with its brother, Rivida, Minnesota-grown Ava is unapologetically, vividly, vibrantly, pink. Gorgeous and graceful.

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BARBARA BARBARA BARBARA BARBARA

BARBARA

(unknown)

38” tall, 46” wide, double, mid to late

$25

A lacy and luxuriant double from Poland that is nearly a bouquet all by itself. Not registered in America as the name was registered before it emigrated.

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BLANCHE KING BLANCHE KING BLANCHE KING BLANCHE KING

BLANCHE KING

(Brand, 1922)

36” tall, 48” wide, double, mid to late

$25 Sold Out

Blanche of Spain in Shakespeare’s King John is a pawn born into a noble family. This pale pink beauty has royal bearing with a bit of support.

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BROTHER CHUCK

(Klehm, 1995)

28” tall, 40” wide, double, mid

$30 Sold Out

A peony lover’s peony, this is one amazing cut and show flower, often judged top in its class and a 2008 grand champion. A showstopper.

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BUCKEYE BELLE

(Mains, 1956)

28” tall, 38” wide, semi-double, early-mid

$20

Deep, rich garnet anchors landscape design and partners beautifully with yellow tulips. Velvety impact and sturdy stems add drama to cut arrangements, too.

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BUTTERFLIES IN FLIGHT

(Anderson, R.F./Kornder/Swenson, 2014)

26” tall, 38” wide, single, mid to late

$25

Airy, dancing blooms are far from delicate and flutter atop very sturdy stems. Spectacular color and movement when planted in clusters.

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CAMELLIA WHITE CAMELLIA WHITE CAMELLIA WHITE CAMELLIA WHITE

CAMELLIA WHITE

(Klehm, 1998)

32” tall, 42” wide, double, mid

$30

Beautifully formed blooms evoke spring with smooth petals touched with pink, should breezes be cool. Strong stems and extraordinary fragrance make an exquisite cut flower.

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CANDY STRIPE CANDY STRIPE CANDY STRIPE CANDY STRIPE

CANDY STRIPE

(Anderson, R.F., 1992)

44” tall, 58” wide, double, late

$30

Painted like peppermint, this sweet treat is much-beloved for the playful personality and delightful color combination it brings to late season beds.

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CARNATION BOUQUET CARNATION BOUQUET CARNATION BOUQUET CARNATION BOUQUET

CARNATION BOUQUET

(Seidl, 1996)

30” tall, 38” wide, double, mid

$25

The delicious scent of cloves spices the garden walk when edged with this uncommon and very special bloom. A fabulous cut flower with attractive foliage year-round.

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CARRARA CARRARA CARRARA CARRARA

CARRARA

(Bigger, 1952)

36” tall, 42” wide, Japanese, early to mid

$25 Sold Out

White as the marble it’s named for, distinctive guard petals open to reveal centers ranging from golden yellow to elegant cream, all atop stiff stems.

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CENTURY SNOWDRIFT

(Anderson/Kornder/Swenson, 2014)

36” tall, 48” wide, single, mid to late

$25

Grouped in mass plantings to show off their alabaster petals, these pearly beauties offer the effect of a snow drift, without the brrrr temperatures.

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CHEESE COUNTRY CHEESE COUNTRY CHEESE COUNTRY CHEESE COUNTRY

CHEESE COUNTRY

(Klehm)

28” tall, 36” wide, Japanese, mid

$25

Unexpected center swirls of pink and bright yellow captivate, and foliage is attractive well past blooming. Sturdy stems bear several flowers with a delicate fragrance.

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CHIFFON PARFAIT CHIFFON PARFAIT CHIFFON PARFAIT CHIFFON PARFAIT

CHIFFON PARFAIT

(Klehm, 1981)

36” tall, 48” wide, double, very late

$25

Like many a late bloomer, this one is a spectacular beauty worth the wait. Buds and petals of the palest pink with bright green foliage.

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CHOCOLATE SOLDIER CHOCOLATE SOLDIER CHOCOLATE SOLDIER CHOCOLATE SOLDIER

CHOCOLATE SOLDIER

(Auten, 1936)

28” tall, 32” wide, Japanese, mid

$30

The darkest russet garden peony deserves all the attention a front-and-center spot in your border provides. Touched with gold and extraordinarily dramatic.

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CHRISTMAS VELVET

(Anderson, R.F., 1992)

30” tall, 42” wide, bomb double, mid

$40

This much-sought-after bomb is the very definition of opulent color and elegant form, with extravagant, richly toned petals and excellent posture from strong stems.

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CORAL N' GOLD CORAL N' GOLD CORAL N' GOLD CORAL N' GOLD

CORAL N' GOLD

(Cousins/Klehm, 1981)

36” tall, 40” wide, single, early

$25

A striking combination: outer guard petals of delicate coral, with riotous centers of near-glowing golden yellow. Standing out in the garden is a good thing.

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CORAL SUNSET CORAL SUNSET CORAL SUNSET CORAL SUNSET

CORAL SUNSET

(Wissing/Klehm, 1981)

32” tall, 42” wide, semi-double, early

$30

A popular favorite every year for its tri-colored and tri-phase blooms. Intense coral guard petals touched with rose slowly fade to pale ivory. Delightful.

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CRINKLED LINENS CRINKLED LINENS CRINKLED LINENS CRINKLED LINENS

CRINKLED LINENS

(Klehm, 1998)

30” tall, 38” wide, single, early

$30

In response to customer requests, this copious bloomer is back in limited availability. Broad, pure white petals with elegant guard egg yolk-yellow centers. Lovely foliage.

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DIANA PARKS DIANA PARKS DIANA PARKS DIANA PARKS

DIANA PARKS

(Bockstoce, 1942)

38” tall, 44” wide, bomb double, early

$30

A flirtatious double bomb with fragrant blooms. Support the blooms, cut them when they are tennis-ball sized, and enjoy in a vase. Diana won’t disappoint.

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DO TELL DO TELL DO TELL DO TELL

DO TELL

(Auten, 1946)

32” tall, 42” wide, Japanese, mid

$25

A constantly evolving palette of watercolor pinks, delicate corals, and rose accents, this fascinating showstopper changes daily, almost right before your eyes.

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ELIZA LUNDY ELIZA LUNDY ELIZA LUNDY ELIZA LUNDY

ELIZA LUNDY

(Krekler)

24” tall, 32” wide, bomb double, mid

$25

The intensity and drama of Red Charm on a petite frame, with compact, dense foliage. Delivers an impact in a small space. Lovely cut flower.

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ERMA (‘ERMENEGILDA MANTAGNA’) ERMA (‘ERMENEGILDA MANTAGNA’) ERMA (‘ERMENEGILDA MANTAGNA’) ERMA (‘ERMENEGILDA MANTAGNA’)

ERMA (‘ERMENEGILDA MANTAGNA’)

(Leighton)

36” tall, 40” wide, single, early

$35

This exotic-looking show-off with evenly spaced petals is a stunner. Originally registered by Alfred Mantegna and then purchased from Don Smetana in Washington.

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ETCHED SALMON ETCHED SALMON ETCHED SALMON ETCHED SALMON

ETCHED SALMON

(Cousins/Klehm, 1981)

36” tall, 42” wide, double, mid

$35

As a cut flower, this silver-touched coral double is outstanding, long-lasting, and fragrant. Popular for its looks and its foliage.

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FAIRY PRINCESS FAIRY PRINCESS FAIRY PRINCESS FAIRY PRINCESS

FAIRY PRINCESS

(Glasscock/Falk, 1955)

20” tall, 28” wide, single, early

$25 Sold Out

A petite delight of compact, rounded foliage and brilliant, sassy blooms. Perfection in rock gardens, borders, and wherever space is small but big impact is desired.

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FEATHER TOP

(Wild, 1970)

32” tall, 44” wide, double, mid

$25

Viewed straight-on or sideways, the gold center circles a lovely puff of pink petals—a truly unusual peony form, with new layers unfolding daily.

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FIBER OPTIC FIBER OPTIC FIBER OPTIC FIBER OPTIC

FIBER OPTIC

(Kornder)

38” tall, 40” wide, novelty, mid to late

$35

With a bloom style all its own, this quirky novelty peony features fine, feathery spikes of pink and cream and a dash of garden brio.

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FIRE BOMB FIRE BOMB FIRE BOMB FIRE BOMB

FIRE BOMB

(Anderson, R.F./Swenson Gardens, 2019)

26” tall, 40” wide, bomb, early to mid

$150

Absolutely, positively fire engine red! Densely packed bomb of such a clear, definite red that is fairly pops against its well-formed foliage.

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FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES

FRANCES

(Saunders)

30” tall, 40” wide, single, early

$30

Shade this peachy pink bloom from afternoon sun, and its ballet tutu color will linger longer. Extraordinary, long-legged centers inside well-sculpted guard petals.

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GAY PAREE GAY PAREE GAY PAREE GAY PAREE

GAY PAREE

(Auten, 1933)

32” tall, 40” wide, Japanese, mid to late

$25

Nothing shy about this saucy bloom! A rounded center of pink-and-cream petals nestle inside full-skirted guard blooms of definite rose. Ooh la la!

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GOLDILOCKS GOLDILOCKS GOLDILOCKS GOLDILOCKS

GOLDILOCKS

(Gilbertson, 1975)

28” tall, 38” wide, bomb double, early to mid

$30

Lacey gathered skirts of petals in a scrumptious shade of butter-to-daffodil yellow, so treasured in peonies. Tip: wait a season or two to cut blooms for best results.

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GREEN LOTUS GREEN LOTUS GREEN LOTUS GREEN LOTUS

GREEN LOTUS

(Klehm, 1995)

28” tall, 38” wide, single, early

$25

A knockout novelty bloom with crimped and ruffle-edged petals of pale green and white, touched with soft brushstrokes of rose. Huge blooms on dark foliage.

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IVORY VICTORY IVORY VICTORY IVORY VICTORY IVORY VICTORY

IVORY VICTORY

(Klehm, 1988)

28” tall, 38” wide, double, mid

$30

These big, bountiful blooms are densely petaled and make extraordinary bouquets (and oil paintings!). One of the most popular, bestselling whites, with sturdy stems.

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JEANNE d’ARC JEANNE d’ARC JEANNE d’ARC JEANNE d’ARC

JEANNE d’ARC

(Calot, 1858)

36” tall, 42” wide, double, mid

$25

These voluptuous, magnificent blooms are as layered as a Renoir, and the pink-and-cream shades tipped here and there with red are exquisite. Impressive cut flower.

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JOKER JOKER JOKER JOKER

JOKER

(Landis/Rogers, 2004)

28” tall, 36” wide, double, early to mid,

$25

Short stature, big blooms—up to 8 inches across. Dense petals of dark pink open to lighter pink, turning to white. Sturdy stems. Excellent for borders.

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KOKADEM KOKADEM KOKADEM KOKADEM

KOKADEM

(unknown)

26” tall, 36” wide, semi-double to double, late

$50

This mysterious variety is from a famous hybridizer’s garden, yet its precise origins are unknown, so its offspring are noted as seedling pollen and/or pod parent.

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LAURA DESSERT LAURA DESSERT LAURA DESSERT LAURA DESSERT

LAURA DESSERT

(Dessert, 1913)

32” tall, 38” wide, double, mid

$25

An icy lemon-colored double bomb, frothy as a meringue. This is an award-winning peony with prolific blooms, strong stems, and a divine fragrance.

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LAVENDER LAVENDER LAVENDER LAVENDER

LAVENDER

(Saunders, 1939)

28” tall, 38” wide, single to semi-double, early

$100 Sold Out

A exceptional favorite from the famed hybridizer, Professor A. P. Saunders, this pale lilac flower is intricately shaded and is offset by elegant blue-grey foliage.

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LIBERATOR

(Saunders, 1940)

36” tall, 44” wide, single, early to mid

$50

Saunders collectors and novice gardeners alike can appreciate the charm of this very rare, magnificently crimson herbaceous hybrid that even holds purple tones.

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LORD CAVIN LORD CAVIN LORD CAVIN LORD CAVIN

LORD CAVIN

(unknown)

30” tall, 36” wide, novelty, mid

$20 Sold Out

An unusual double the color of cream, touched with pink-tipped edges. It loves a dry spot in the garden, and thrives in an arid growing season.

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LOTUS BLOOM

(Saunders, 1943)

38” tall, 42” wide, semi-double, early to mid

$30

This hard-to-find Saunders hybrid has blooms the size of water lilies. Strong stems will support the blooms, if planted in a wind-protected spot.

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LOVEBIRDS LOVEBIRDS LOVEBIRDS LOVEBIRDS

LOVEBIRDS

(Goldsmith/Smetana, 1994)

32” tall, 48” wide, single, early

$30

Gift the garden of newlyweds with the palest of pink-white blooms, held aloft on entwined carpels, which inspired its name. Excellent, shrub-like foliage.

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LULLABY COOS LULLABY COOS LULLABY COOS LULLABY COOS

LULLABY COOS

(Klehm, 2003)

26” tall, 38” wide, semi-double, mid

$25

The serenity and romance of soft pink petals, sweet and gentle as a lullaby. Dark green foliage that shines if you snip off spent blooms.

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MARY BRAND MARY BRAND MARY BRAND MARY BRAND

MARY BRAND

(Brand, 1907)

30” tall, 42” wide, double, mid to late

$25

This 100-year-old variety may have graced your grandmother’s garden. It’s still a classic beauty in arrangements (and exhibits!), with deep red blooms and tidy, dark-green foliage.

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NANCY NORA NANCY NORA NANCY NORA NANCY NORA

NANCY NORA

(Bernstein, J., 1942)

32” tall, 40” wide, double, mid

$25

Among our top five cut flowers that often sells out for many reasons: delightful fragrance, elegant petals, dense form, and pretty foliage. Now available!

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NEON NEON NEON NEON

NEON

(Nicholls, 1941)

34” tall, 42” wide, Japanese, mid-late

$20

Zing! Snap! Sizzle! No electricity needed to flip this switch in the garden. Rosy petals hold their color and the stamens are edged in gold.

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OLD FAITHFUL OLD FAITHFUL OLD FAITHFUL OLD FAITHFUL

OLD FAITHFUL

(Glasscock/Falk, 1964)

38” tall, 48” wide, double, mid to late

$50

The king of strong-stemmed reds takes time to mature, but its prodigious blooms are worth the wait. Only a few available, so order early!

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PASTELEGANCE PASTELEGANCE PASTELEGANCE PASTELEGANCE

PASTELEGANCE

(Seidl, 1989)

30” tall, 40” wide, double, mid

$200

Rare, exquisite, and a bit slow to mature, with semi-glossy foliage and blooms that look like wedding cake frosting. Romantic and voluptuous, with limited amounts this year.

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PETITE ELEGANCE PETITE ELEGANCE PETITE ELEGANCE PETITE ELEGANCE

PETITE ELEGANCE

(Klehm, 1995)

24” tall, 30” wide, double, mid

$25

A perfectly diminutive peony: pretty fragrance, raspberry-tipped and ruffled petals with a honey-colored glow, sturdy stems, and border-worthy foliage. An excellent cutting garden plant.

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PETTICOAT PARADE PETTICOAT PARADE PETTICOAT PARADE PETTICOAT PARADE

PETTICOAT PARADE

(Klehm, 1985)

38” tall, 48” wide, bomb double, mid

$25 Sold Out

Like gathered petticoats, these soft pink-and-cream petals are ruffled and romantic. A star in any arrangement with a delicate fragrance and sturdy stems.

PINK DERBY PINK DERBY PINK DERBY PINK DERBY

PINK DERBY

(Bigger, 1966)

24” tall, 38” wide, bomb double, late

$25

Very pink, very dramatic, very tightly packed with lovely petals. Large double bomb blooms are prolific and want support to look their best.

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PINK FLIRTATION PINK FLIRTATION PINK FLIRTATION PINK FLIRTATION

PINK FLIRTATION

(Anderson, R.F./Kornder/Swenson, 2014)

36” tall, 40” wide, bomb, mid to late

$50

Being flirtatious has its benefits Whether it means have a great bloom or attractive carpels, it’s all good. Her offspring will be seen in the next few years.

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PLUM SURPRISE PLUM SURPRISE PLUM SURPRISE PLUM SURPRISE

PLUM SURPRISE

(Anderson, R.F./Swenson Gardens, 2019)

26” tall, 38” wide, semi-double, early to mid

$100 Sold Out

Mulberries are a bit too blue, pomegranates a bit too red. It’s a fresh-picked plum that these densely packed petals resemble, fresh as fruit salad against its crisp greens.

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POSTILLION

(Saunders, 1941)

42” tall, 46” wide, huge single, mid

$30

A truly stunning presence in the garden! Enormous, deep scarlet red blooms held aloft on tall stems command attention (and a little support).

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PRINCESS BRIDE PRINCESS BRIDE PRINCESS BRIDE PRINCESS BRIDE

PRINCESS BRIDE

(Klehm, 1988)

28” tall, 38” wide, double, early to mid

$25

White on white guard petals and double bomb center ball that are pure enough for a pristine bridal bouquet. Striking against its dark green foliage.

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QUEEN ROSE QUEEN ROSE QUEEN ROSE QUEEN ROSE

QUEEN ROSE

(Saunders, 1949)

28” tall, 38” wide, single to semi-double, early to mid

$100 Sold Out

Saunders called this ‘Masterpiece’ among his lobata hybrids. Perhaps his most gorgeous variety, this holds an exceptional hue, blushing to white in densely packed petals.

RASPBERRY CHARM RASPBERRY CHARM RASPBERRY CHARM RASPBERRY CHARM

RASPBERRY CHARM

(Wissing/Klehm, 1985)

32” tall, 40” wide, semi-double, early

$30

Vibrant, raspberry-colored blooms hold their intensity regardless of the weather. Bright yellow gold centers are cupped by semi-double petals. Sturdy stems and wonderful cut flower.

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RED CHARM RED CHARM RED CHARM RED CHARM

RED CHARM

(Glasscock, 1944)

34” tall, 40” wide, bomb double, early

$25

Fabulous double bomb blooms can reach the size of a small soccer ball. Support is definitely needed in the field, but not in a vase!

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RED GRACE RED GRACE RED GRACE RED GRACE

RED GRACE

(Glasscock/Klehm, 1980)

34” tall, 40” wide, bomb double, early

$25

Last year’s second-most popular red peony. Intense wine-colored petals in dense formation are lush and memorable. Attractive, hedge-like foliage. This year’s number one?

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ROGER'S RED ROGER'S RED ROGER'S RED ROGER'S RED

ROGER'S RED

(Anderson, R.F./Swenson Gardens, 2019)

30” tall, 44” wide, semi-double, mid

$400 Sold Out

This darkest semi-double red will not fade and is the first peony Roger Anderson has allowed to bear his name. A very special herbaceous hybrid seedling.

ROSA BONHEUR ROSA BONHEUR ROSA BONHEUR ROSA BONHEUR

ROSA BONHEUR

(Dessert, 1905)

30” tall, 40” wide, double, late

$30

This extraordinary centenarian classic flourishes in the gardens of collectors of fine peonies. Now these large, rose-scented blooms are available to you!

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ROSE PEARL ROSE PEARL ROSE PEARL ROSE PEARL

ROSE PEARL

(Bigger, 1963)

34” high, 48” wide, double, mid

$30

Our most fragrant peony, with a rose scent that permeates the garden but doesn’t overpower, and a sweet, blush-pink petal. Delightful in arrangements and bouquets.

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ROSELETTE’S CHILD ROSELETTE’S CHILD ROSELETTE’S CHILD ROSELETTE’S CHILD

ROSELETTE’S CHILD

(Saunders)

36” tall, 50” wide, single, early

$30

Creamy peach-colored blooms on sturdy stems arrive in early spring, and stately foliage sets off other border plants for the rest of the season.

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SALMON BEAUTY SALMON BEAUTY SALMON BEAUTY SALMON BEAUTY

SALMON BEAUTY

(Glasscock/Auten, 1939)

36” tall, 42” wide, double, early to mid

$30 Sold Out

Richly layered color in a whopper of a gorgeous bloom, packed with petals. Support the giant blooms, and enjoy the light green foliage.

SARAH BERNHARDT SARAH BERNHARDT SARAH BERNHARDT SARAH BERNHARDT

SARAH BERNHARDT

(LeMoine, 1906)

36” tall, 48” wide, double, late

$25

Meet the number one cut flower in all the world. Its large, fragrant double blooms of pastel pink have been beloved for more than 100 years.

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SCHAFFE SCHAFFE SCHAFFE SCHAFFE

SCHAFFE

(Krekler, 1965)

34” tall, 38” wide, Japanese, mid to late

$25

This Japanese bloom type can be as luxuriant as a double. Depending on the growing year and climate, blooms can approach a true lavender shade.

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SOLANGE SOLANGE SOLANGE SOLANGE

SOLANGE

(Lemoine, 1907)

30” tall, 38” wide, double, late

$20

Though not a prolific bloomer in our Zone 4, Solange produces abundant, fragrant, barely pink blooms in warmer zones. Petals are densely packed and gorgeous.

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SQUIRT SQUIRT SQUIRT SQUIRT

SQUIRT

(Klehm, 1998)

15” tall, 24” wide, single, early

$25

This cheery dwarf peony with sturdy stems is well-suited to rock gardens and the fronts of borders, and is fond of dry locations.

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STARLIGHT STARLIGHT STARLIGHT STARLIGHT

STARLIGHT

(Saunders, 1949)

28” tall, 38” wide, single, very early

$30

A restrained, oh-so-elegant Saunders hybrid of gardenia-like pale yellow or creamy ivory guard petals encircling a densely packed golden center. Timeless and lovely.

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STEPHEN E AMBROSE STEPHEN E AMBROSE STEPHEN E AMBROSE STEPHEN E AMBROSE

STEPHEN E AMBROSE

(Anderson, R.F./Swenson, 2014)

30” tall, 38” wide, double, mid

$300 Sold Out

This Roger Anderson hybrid is new, rare, and our most-requested herbaceous hybrid. Double red blooms can be 8 inches wide. Stems are exceptionally sturdy

SUGAR N’ SPICE SUGAR N’ SPICE SUGAR N’ SPICE SUGAR N’ SPICE

SUGAR N’ SPICE

(Rogers, 1988)

24” tall, 44” wide, single, early

$30

This early bloomer is heavily ruffled and pretty as a party dress, with large blooms of 8-10 inches wide, visible from a distance. Strong stems.

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SWEET MAY SWEET MAY SWEET MAY SWEET MAY

SWEET MAY

(Saunders)

30” tall, 38” wide, single, very early

$25

This Professor A. P. Saunders hybrid arrives very early, with single, delicately ruffled petals of salmon pink surrounding a soft yellow center.

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THE FAWN THE FAWN THE FAWN THE FAWN

THE FAWN

(Wright)

34” tall, 44” wide, double, mid to late

$25

Nearly transparent pink petals are textured with tiny flecks of rose, adding depth and dimension to this beloved fragrant cut flower. Strong stems.

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THE MIGHTY MO THE MIGHTY MO THE MIGHTY MO THE MIGHTY MO

THE MIGHTY MO

(Wild & Son, 1950)

38” tall, 54” wide, double, mid

$25

Wow! Unabashed, non-fading, vividly deep red petals that run to downright eggplant-colored intensity and contrasts with an electric yellow center. A favorite of cut flower buyers.

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TOPEKA CORAL TOPEKA CORAL TOPEKA CORAL TOPEKA CORAL

TOPEKA CORAL

(Cousins/Bigger, 1975)

32” tall, 42” wide, bomb double, early-mid

$35 Sold Out

This double bomb with a delicate, musky fragrance can be hard to find. Opens like an antique rose into huge blooms that require firm support.

TRUTH TRUTH TRUTH TRUTH

TRUTH

(Bigger, 1968)

30” tall, 38” wide, double, mid to late

$25 Sold Out

Really? Buds open as a delightful green that evolves through a plethora of fascinating shades before finally settling on that most pure color, white.

WHITE INNOCENCE WHITE INNOCENCE WHITE INNOCENCE WHITE INNOCENCE

WHITE INNOCENCE

(Saunders, 1947)

54” tall, 48” wide, single, early

$25

A very tall Saunders variety with small, distinctive blooms of delicately ruffled single petals. Plant against a wall or fence for maximum impact.

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WHITE IVORY WHITE IVORY WHITE IVORY WHITE IVORY

WHITE IVORY

(Klehm, 1981)

30” tall, 38” wide, double, mid

$30

Our absolute favorite ivory white peony in a vase. Not a touch of yellow or a blush of pink, just glorious white and a lovely fragrance.

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WHOPPER WHOPPER WHOPPER WHOPPER

WHOPPER

(Klehm, 1980)

38” tall, 44” wide, bomb double, early to mid

$25

As the name implies, these double bomb blooms are over-sized, requiring support in the garden and making fluffy, sweet-smelling bouquets indoors.

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WINTERTHUR WINTERTHUR WINTERTHUR WINTERTHUR

WINTERTHUR

(Saunders, 1952)

40” tall, 58” wide, single, early

$30

This massive peony on tall stems produces early spring blooms of white that contrast beautifully with dark green foliage. A top pick for landscape appeal.

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