Marchioness, American hybrid tree peony
Marchioness, American hybrid tree peony
Marchioness, American hybrid tree peony

Marchioness, American hybrid tree peony

$ 79.00

Notable characteristics: This beautiful hybrid tree peony is a result of a cross of P. lutea done by the eminent American peony breeder Professor A. Saunders. The multi-shaded peach, infused with tones of yellow, defy easy definition. Late blooming, one of the last tree peonies to open in our garden. Deer resistant. Herbicide, pesticide, and fungicide free. Grown in Connecticut.

Cultivar group, hybridizer and year introduced: Lutea hybird, Saunders, 1942.

Growth habit and size at maturity (10 years old): Spreading habit, to 2.5' tall and and 4' wide.

Flower form and size: Rose form, semi-double blossoms to 6".

Flower fragrance: Light, spicy-sweet.

Bloom time: Late season tree peony, blooms in our USDA zone 6a garden in the first or second week of June.

Zone hardiness: Proven in USDA zones 4-9.

Plant size: 1 year old tree peonies have 1 woody stem with a vigorous root system. This size plant will most likely flower its second spring in the ground.

When we ship: 
This plant will ship in FALL 2017Order to reserve now! We operate like a CSA (community supported agriculture) where payment in received in advance of the harvest, and the produce is reserved for the customer. Our produce is our nursery stock, which can only be harvested in the fall, when the current season's growth is complete.

About us: Cricket Hill Garden is a family owned and operated nursery founded in 1989 and based in Connecticut. We propagate and grow the vast majority of the plants we sell. Most garden centers and nurseries do the opposite of this, 'buying in' and reselling most plants they offer. Growing our own stock allows us to offer the rare and unusual plants we sell as well as provide the highest quality plants to the discerning gardener. We do not use synthetic herbicides, pesticides or fungicides in our nursery production.

!-- Google Code for Remarketing Tag -->