36 new varieties are available this year. This includes intersectional hybrid or Itoh’s hybrid peonies and garden peonies. You may want to order early as they sell out in a hurry.
40” tall, 48” wide, double, mid
Mrs. Freeborn describes this pale coral shade as “shrimp pink.” The very large blooms require some support and deliver gorgeous impact from afar.
38” tall, 46” wide, double, mid to late
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.
28” tall, 40” wide, double, mid
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.
32” tall, 42” wide, double, mid
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.
36” tall, 42” wide, Japanese, early to mid
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.
36” tall, 48” wide, single, mid to late
Grouped in mass plantings to show off their alabaster petals, these pearly beauties offer the effect of a snow drift, without the brrrr temperatures.
36” tall, 48” wide, double, very late
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.
36” tall, 40” wide, single, early
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.
20” tall, 28” wide, single, early
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.
26” tall, 40” wide, bomb, early to mid
Absolutely, positively fire engine red! Densely packed bomb of such a clear, definite red that is fairly pops against its well-formed foliage.
28” tall, 38” wide, single, early
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.
28” tall, 38” wide, double, mid
These big, bountiful blooms are densely petaled and make extraordinary bouquets (and oil paintings!). One of the most popular, bestselling whites, with sturdy stems.
26” tall, 36” wide, semi-double to double, late
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.
28” tall, 38” wide, single to semi-double, early
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.
30” tall, 48” wide, semi-double to double, mid
This sweet treat has candy stripes and sprinkles of strawberry red on lemony yellow petals, and makes one impressive show in the garden.
38” tall, 42” wide, semi-double, early to mid
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.
32” tall, 48” wide, single, early
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.
32” tall, 44” wide, semi-double, mid
Lush petals of ivory take on a pale lavender cast around a center touched with deep lavender flares. Blooms are held high above dark foliage.
30” tall, 42” wide, double, mid to late
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.
32” tall, 48” wide, single to semi-double, early to mid
Enormous, fragrant, outright fabulous-colored blooms make an impact from a distance, exquisite color nuances impress close up. Prolific bloomer with compact foliage.
30”t, 48”w, single to semi-double, mid
Ya sure, you betcha, this plant is gorgeous. Pale pink-edged petals with deeper rose centers are set against wonderfully shaped, heavily textured dark green foliage.
30” tall, 40” wide, double, mid
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.
36” tall, 40” wide, bomb, mid to late
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.
26” tall, 38” wide, semi-double, early to mid
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.
28” tall, 38” wide, double, early to mid
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.
28” tall, 38” wide, single to semi-double, early to mid
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.
32” tall, 40” wide, semi-double, early
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.
30” tall, 44” wide, semi-double, mid
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.
30” tall, 40” wide, double, late
This extraordinary centenarian classic flourishes in the gardens of collectors of fine peonies. Now these large, rose-scented blooms are available to you!
36” tall, 50” wide, single, early
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.
32” tall, 48” wide, single, mid
One of the tallest intersectionals and a special yellow, with clear, saffron blooms and no red flares. Foliage is outstanding and dark green in contrast.
36” tall, 48” wide, double, late
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.
34” tall, 38” wide, Japanese, mid to late
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.
26” tall, 36” wide, semi-double, mid
Lightly crinkled petals of soft yellow with vibrant red flares and yellow stamens. Tidy, compact, and mounded foliage that turns yellow and scarlet in autumn.
30” tall, 38” wide, double, late
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.
30” tall, 50” wide, single, mid
Strawberry-colored blooms up to five inches across that fade to berries-and-cream on this floriferous plant. Attractive foliage is mounded with no runners.
24” tall, 42” wide, single, mid
Minnetonka is filled with natural beauty and remarkable private gardens. Our new “berry” has raspberry blooms with delicately crinkled petals, buttery yellow stamens, and spectacular foliage.
30” tall, 48” wide, semi-double, mid
Sunsets on Lake Minnetonka are best viewed from a boat and evoked in the garden. Exquisite peach and apricot petals around delicate, wispy stamens. Splendid foliage.
30” tall, 48” wide, semi-double, mid
Post-Civil War, elegant hotels on Lake Minnetonka filled their lobbies with the perfume of blooms like our light-hearted pink petals with reddish flares and pale yellow stamens. Wonderful foliage.
30” tall, 38” wide, double, mid to late
Really? Buds open as a delightful green that evolves through a plethora of fascinating shades before finally settling on that most pure color, white.
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