White herbaceous peony trio
Peonies make the largest impact in the garden when planted en mass. These three white, double form varieties will deliver a delightful white highlight to your spring garden. They are all mid- to late season blooming. They are fragrant and are ideal for bouquets.
Bloom time: These showy peonies bloom in our USDA zone 6a garden in the first to the second 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: The poetic name of this cultivar is perfectly evoked the blossom's color and form. This sweetly fragrant and subtle beauty is a delightful peony from China, that will be sure to please collectors and novices alike.
Notable characteristics: A true American beauty for your garden. This peony has twice been honored with the American Peony Society's Gold Medal, in 1956 & 1971. Blush pink buds open to large, cupped, pure white flowers with a center of golden stamens. Good stem strength. Vigorous grower and prolific bloomer.
Notable characteristics: Full double blossoms open blush pink and fade to almost pure white. One of our most reliable bloomers. Named for the graceful swan, this sweet and subtle beauty is a delight. An old French heirloom peony.