Coral herbaceous peony collection
These three, gorgeous coral-pink herbaceous peony plants bring new color excitement to the mid-spring garden. All are vigorous and easy blooming cultivars. Blossoms on all three plants are borne on strong stems. Plant about 3' apart. These plants will all grow to between 30-36" tall at maturity.
Bloom time: These showy peonies bloom in our USDA zone 6a garden in late May and the first week of June.
Zone hardiness: Proven in USDA zones 3-9.
Plant sizes: 4-5 'eyes' or buds with proportional roots. This size plant will most likely flower in its second spring in the ground, though many do bloom the first spring.
Notable characteristics: Blossoms are well-formed light semi-doubles. Flowers appear to be glowing coral-pink cups with radiant golden centers. One of the earliest of the coral pink hybrid peonies to bloom.
Notable characteristics: Superb coral-peach blossoms fade to a subtle lemon yellow. Excellent grower. American Peony Society Gold Medal Selection.
Notable characteristics: Blossoms open with a hint of coral- red and open to a full coral-pink contrasted with golden yellow stamens. Brighter color than the other coral hybrids. Excellent grower.