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Paeonia Albert Crousse
Paeonia Albert Crousse
(Crousse 1893) Delicate fresh shell pink, darker towards the centre. Large, almost globular old-rose petals. Flowers profusely on strong stems with attractive foliage that colours well in the autumn. Late flowering, Height approx 90cms. This is one of The Great French peonies and a mainstay of many a Victorian flower border still surviving in many of the great gardens of Engand.
£13.99
Paeonia Alertie
Paeonia Alertie
A stunning peony with soft pink, fully double flowers with a darker pink in the centre.

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£12.99

Paeonia Angel Cheeks
Paeonia Angel Cheeks
(C.Klehm). Large blowsy blooms, everything a large double should be...and more, because its sweet fragrance will knock you out!. The blooms are a clear pale pink with large guard petals cupping a raised centre of fluffy petals. A row of pale yellow stamens form a middle ring towards the centre of the bloom. Mid season flowering, this peony is a shortie at around 70cm (28ins) and rarely needs staking.
£17.99
Paeonia Avalanche
Paeonia Avalanche
(Crousse). One of the very oldest of peonies, with large bomb shaped flowers of pure milky white. Really good form and a robust growing plant. Height to around 90cm. Mid season flowering. Often seen in large traditional borders that one might see at a National Trust property.

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£12.99

Paeonia Blaze
Paeonia Blaze
Impressive single blooms of brightest scarlet red, with glowing bright golden centres. The flowers are held on strong stems and sway gently in the slightest breeze. Mid season flowering this charming garden peony will grow to around 90cm. The foliage is unusually bright green without the usual red tints that peonies usually have. This is due to this peony being a hybrid of Paeonia peregrina, which has no red pigmentation in its leaves. This great peony is easily grown but does best in full sun in a drier well drained soil.
£14.99
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Paeonia Boule de Neige
Paeonia Boule de Neige
Richly scented, double white flowers with small flecks of crimson on the outer side of the petals. Mid-season flowering.
£12.99

Paeonia Bowl of Love
Paeonia Bowl of Love
In all aspects this is a Bowl of Beauty's little brother! Its a cute smaller version of one of the best known of all peonies. Bright pink guard petals cup a centre of frothy pale cream to white petaloids. A really free flowering plant, producing compact mounds of foliage up to around 75cm in height. Its more diminuative stature means that staking is rarely necessary. Mid season flowering.

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£12.99
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Paeonia Bunker Hill
Paeonia Bunker Hill
This is one of the very best fragrant peonies for cutting, and one of the great dependable garden peonies which thrives in most gardens. Abundant, bright rosy red blooms, sometimes described as tyrian rose colour, are held on strong stems. The plants have a dense bushy habit with lustrous dark green foliage. Early to mid season. Medium height to around 90cm with a good upright habit.

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£12.99

Paeonia Catharina Fontijn
Paeonia Catharina Fontijn
A classic double garden peony with large and broad blooms. The buds are really slow to open, teasing you with the promise of the wonderful sight to come. Once emerging, the blooms are the palest pink, and soon turn to pure white whilst retaining a hint of blush pink in the centre. There is an inner ring of short golden stamens around a small tuft of central petals. These beautiful flowers are sweetly scented and long lasting making them really good for putting in a vase. Mid season. Taller variety growing to approx 95cm.

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£12.99
Paeonia Celebrity
Paeonia Celebrity
Large broad frilly flowers in bright raspberry pink hold a mound of white narrow petals. Some of the central petals are pink and are raised vertically giving a tuft in the centre of the flower. We think its got a great future!. Height to around 90cm, this new peony forms dense bushy plants and is free flowering.
£15.99

Paeonia Claire de Lune
Paeonia Claire de Lune
White-Wild 1954) This astonishing peony is a result of a cross between P.lactiflora and P.mlokosewitschi. The result is a peony hybrid producing a profusion of single pale lemon blooms with a bright golden centre. Very early flowering usually in early May. Broad green leaves making this plant instantly recognizable even when not in flower. A singularly beautiful peony which is quite slow growing but absolutely worth the wait. Height approx 80cm.
£25.99
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Paeonia Coral Charm
Paeonia Coral Charm
(Wissing 1964). The amazing colour changing peony which has become one of the most popular for the cut flower market worldwide. Semi double with many blooms held on strong stems. The buds open salmon pink and gradually change to orange and finally to yellow. This is a truly ravishing plant. These particular peonies thrive best in soils that are not too wet in the winter. Early flowering during May, before the traditional lactiflora types. A medium grower attaining a height approx 90cm. Plant it where your neighbours will see it!

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£14.99
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Paeonia Coral Sunset
Paeonia Coral Sunset
(Wissing-Klehm 1981) Semi double blooms open a pink coral colour, then as they mature the colour changes to apricot and finally a soft yellow. With a mature plant holding flowers of all these shades simultaneously. This is one of the best of all peonies and no collection is complete without it. Early flowering, during May. Medium height growing to approx 90cm. One of the most popular peonies used in the worldwide cut flower market.

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£14.99
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Paeonia Dinner Plate
Paeonia Dinner Plate
A glorious peony with enormous soft pink flowers.Maybe not quite "dinner plate" size though! The larger outer petals have a silky paler edge which cup the paler petals within. Yellow stamens peek through the central petals. Robust growing plants with thick strong stems. Late season flowering and growing to around 90cm.
£25.99

Paeonia Doctor Alexander Fleming
Paeonia Doctor Alexander Fleming
(Kelway) A beautiful hybrid between the famous peonies Bunker Hill and Sarah Bernhardt. Rounded blooms of deep apple blossom pink with a sweet scent. Freely produced side buds extend the flowering period so that this charming peony may still be in flower right at the end of June. It has a short dense bushy habit with good foliage and will grow to a height of approximately 90cm. This great garden plant is always one of our top 10 recommended peonies.

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£12.99
Paeonia Early Windflower
Paeonia Early Windflower
Paeonia 'Early Windflower' (Saunders). This exqusite little peony is the counterpart to "Late Windflower" and flowers about 10 days earlier. Beautiful medium sized white flowers with exquisite charm which are borne freely. Pale green very dissected foliage; a very fresh verdure. An early peony, flowering in late April and early May. Ht. 75-90 cms. One of the gems of the spring garden, thriving well in a shady spot, and is one of the most reliable early flowering peonies.
£30.99

Paeonia Eden's Perfume
Paeonia Eden's Perfume
A triple decker, with an outer shell of broad pale pink guard petals. Then a main tier of blush pink yellow tinged petals. The centre is more tufted with the same pale pink upward facing petals. Mid season flowering and growing to around 90cm. This impressive peony is consistently one of our bestsellers.
£15.99
Paeonia Elsa Sass
Paeonia Elsa Sass
(Sass 1933). A marvellous double white peony which has won a prodiguous Gold Medal from the American Peony Society. Quite a late flowering cultivar, which is great for cutting with the flowers borne on straight stems. Overall a shorter growing peony to around 80cm in height.
£25.99

Paeonia Emma Klehm
Paeonia Emma Klehm
(C.Klehm 1951). A fully double peony with large heather pink flowers which pale more quicky on the sunny side of the flower, but the colour remains through to the depths on the shady side. This is an extremly late flowering plant keeping going right until the end of June. A shorter growing peony to around 70-80cm in height.
£20.99
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Paeonia Fairy's Petticoat
Paeonia Fairy's Petticoat
(C.Klehm 1970). This outstanding hybrid has blowsy fully double blooms that are a delicate blush pink with a rich golden glow in the centre. The flowers fade softly to cream as they age. Great for cutting, the flowers have a delicate scent that can be enjoyed indoors. A very rewarding garden plant, mid season flowering and growing to around 90cm.
£25.99

Paeonia Felix Crousse
Paeonia Felix Crousse
(Crousse 1881) Large globe shaped magenta purple flowers that have a rich scent. An extremely good cutting variety grown extensively for commercial cut flower production across the world. This is a very famous peony from one of the great French nurseries. Mid season flowering. Medium height approx 90cm.

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£12.99
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Paeonia Festiva Maxima
Paeonia Festiva Maxima
(Miellez 1851) Large white flowers with crimson flecks on some of the central petals. Every flower is unique and the flecking may be more prominent in different seasons. A very floriferous and fragrant peony which is also an excellent cutting variety. The blooms are borne on strong stems and the foliage is lustrous and dark green. A thoroughly excellent and reliable peony. Mid season. Taller growing to around 95cm.

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£12.99
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Paeonia Flame
Paeonia Flame
Lustrous pinkish-red flowers with a central mass of yellow stamens in late spring and early summer.
£12.99
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Paeonia Florence Nicholls
Paeonia Florence Nicholls
Stunning peony from the 1930's. Large fully double flowers, much like the gorgeous Sarah Bernhardt, but rather paler in tone. The blooms open blush pink, paling around the edges to pure white. Sweetly scented. Height to around 90cm. This is a really great peony for the border, excellent for cutting.
£25.99

Paeonia Gardenia
Paeonia Gardenia
As its name suggests this lovely flower is one of the sweetest scented peonies. From pink tinged buds emerge large double flowers of a pure white, sometimes with the mere hint of a pink blush. Some of the centre petals have some pink flecks. Early to mid season. Height to approximately 85cms.
£15.99
Paeonia Gay Paree
Paeonia Gay Paree
A really striking and joyful peony, with large bright cerise guard petals cupping a full centre of deeper pink petaloids which have creamy white edges. A shorter growing peony, ideal for the more exposed border. Height to around 75cm. Mid season flowering.
£19.50

Paeonia General MacMahon
Paeonia General MacMahon
(Calot 1867) A classic nineteenth century peony from France. Deep solferino red, globe shaped double blooms. Excellent for cutting. The foliage is deep green and is distinctly ribbed. A later flowering peony often still flowering towards the end of June making it an essential plant to help prolong the peony season. Ht approx 90cm.

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£12.99
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Paeonia Honey Gold
Paeonia Honey Gold
Wonderful blowsy blooms of creamy white with a large pale yellow centre with additional cream petals which grow out of the yellow centre forming a top layer. This form of flower is known as a "triple decker". The blooms are very sweetly scented and are good for cutting on strong stems, they have a prolonged life in water, a particularly robust cultivar which rarely needs staking. Midseason. Ht. 90cms.
£18.99

Paeonia Immaculee
Paeonia Immaculee
(Van der Valk 1953). Big bomby blowsy white and scented! Well its actually a lot more refined than that, but it is still rather spectacular. The flowers open with a pink hue which fades to pure white as the blooms  mature. The flowers increase in volume  considerably as the flower opens. A light sweet scent is an added treat. Mid season flowering and growing to around 85cm in height, this is a thoroughly recommended garden peony. The picture shows a young immature bloom.
£12.99
Paeonia Inspecteur Lavergne
Paeonia Inspecteur Lavergne
(Doriat 1924) Globular flowers which are an intense crimson red with some frilled central petals. This classic peony has very long straight stems which gives excellent cutting qualities, the blooms lasting a long time in water. Fragrant and free flowering. Height approx 85cms.
£12.99

Paeonia Kansas
Paeonia Kansas
(Bigger 1940) This great peony is always one of our most poplular. Large bomb shaped double flowers in a rich shade of fuchsia red. It is a good cutting variety with strong straight stems. A fragrant, mid season variety. Medium height growing to around 90cm.
£12.99
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Paeonia Kelway's Glorious
Paeonia Kelway's Glorious
(Kelway 1909) Regarded by many as one of the best peonies ever bred. Although it takes a while to establish, it develops into a dense plant producing an abundance of very large bomb shaped double flowers. The blooms are white with some red streaking on the occasional outer petal, and have the most sensational scent. A really good variety for cutting. One of the later peonies to flower, growing to around 90cm in height.
£15.99

Paeonia Krinkled White
Paeonia Krinkled White
(Brand 1928) A beautiful single white peony, comparable to the iconic White Wings. As the name suggests the petals are slightly crinkled at the edges. The centre of the flower has a green carpel surrounded by a tuft of bright yellow stamens. This early flowering peony is one of the shorter ones growing to just 80cm or so. A very worthy garden plant, and so crushingly beautiful.
£12.99
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Paeonia lactiflora Alice Harding
Paeonia lactiflora Alice Harding
Lemoine (1922). Sublimely elegant double peony from Monsieur Lemoine, who was also known for his breeding of Lilac Trees. A blend of blush pink guard petals and a creamy centre with a hint of yellow. Not often available. This can take a little more time to establish, but will develop into a beautiful garden plant. Mid season flowering and growing to a height of around 90cm.
£15.99

Paeonia Lady Alexandra Duff
Paeonia Lady Alexandra Duff
(Kelway 1902) This is one of Kelways finest introductions. Very large double blooms with rose pink guard petals and an inner raised crown of paler flesh pink to cream petals. The side flowers which are freely produced tend to be more semi-double. The blooms have the most alluring fragrance. Mid season flowering, and growing to a medium height of about 90cm. This is the one to beat!

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£12.99
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Paeonia Lemon Chiffon
Paeonia Lemon Chiffon
An early variety with large, pale yellow flowers on thick strong stems and with a lovely fragrance. A great choice for cut flowers. The Grand Champion winner of the 2000 American Peony Society Best in Show awards.
£40.99

Paeonia Madame de Verneville
Paeonia Madame de Verneville
An early to mid-season cultivar with white double bomb-shaped flowers and a central crown of white petals with a few crimson flecks and a hint of yellow from the centre base. Highly fragrant with a rose scent.
£40.99
Paeonia Many Happy Returns
Paeonia Many Happy Returns
(Hollingsworth 1986) A really fantastic new peony, which will ultimately become a popular commercial cut flower as propagation increases. 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 would make a wonderful gift for a good friend. Early to mid season flowering, height to approximately 90cm. 

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£18.99

Paeonia Marie Lemoine
Paeonia Marie Lemoine
(Calot 1869) A classic nineteenth century peony which is still adored 140 years later. Large globe shaped flowers of soft creamy white. Similar to Duchesse de Nemours, but possibly a little more yellow in the centre of the bloom. The sweetly scented flowers are particularly good for cutting. A later flowering variety which is also shorter growing to 85cm so it rarely needs staking.

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£15.99
Paeonia 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.

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£15.99
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Paeonia mlokosewitschii
Paeonia mlokosewitschii
A shorter and very early flowering variety which has become increasingly scarce and difficult to find. It has bluish-green leaves and bowl-shaped lemon yellow flowers in Spring.

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£60.99
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Paeonia 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.
£12.99
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Paeonia Mr G F Hemerik
Paeonia Mr G F Hemerik
Lipstick pink petals with a bright centre of saffron yellow petaloids. The dark glossy leaves are distinctly ribbed. This is a fine and late flowering growing to 90cms. A wonderful garden plant with some of the best foliage of any peony.
£13.99
Paeonia Noemie Demay
Paeonia Noemie Demay
(Calot 1867). An ancient cultivar dating back to 1867 but still one of the most endearing garden peonies. Double apple blossom pink blooms with a heady sweet scent. Mid season flowering. The great attribute of this little gem is its diminuitive stature, ordinarily growing to just 60cm approximately.

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£12.99

Paeonia Nymphe
Paeonia Nymphe
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.
£12.99
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Paeonia officinalis Alba Plena
Paeonia officinalis Alba Plena
If you are familiar with the old fashioned red cottage garden peony, then this is its sumptuous white form. 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.

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£17.99

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.
£13.99
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Paeonia Otto Froebel
Paeonia Otto Froebel
This unique plant was originally collected in Turkey at the end of the nineteenth century. An early flowering peony in May it has single blooms, cup shaped, in a bright scarlet red. The colour is so unique that it cannot be adequately described using the RHS Colour Chart! It was used as one of the parents to form Coral Charm and Coral Sunset. The glossy mid green leaves are an added attractive feature. Low growing to just 50-60cm. Thrives best in full sun and a well drained soil.
£28.99
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