White Lotus, tree peony
White Lotus, tree peony

White Lotus, tree peony

$ 109.00

Notable characteristics: Silky, upward facing flowers are white with dramatic reddish-purple flares at the base of the petals. A very attractive landscape plant, that will quickly grow into an impressive specimen. These particular plants are grown from seed, and are crosses of the Chinese tree peony Paeonia rockii and Japanese tree peonies. No two are exactly alike.

White petals, often with a hint of palest pink, radiate from golden centers and dark purple center flares. They are  all one-of-a-kind, seed grown plants, and there is some variability in flower form and center markings. These 3 year old plants have open flower forms, either single or light semi-double.

Deer resistant. Herbicide, pesticide, and fungicide free. Grown in Connecticut.

Growth habit and size at maturity (10 years old):
Upright, flowers held well above the foliage. Grows to about 4.5' tall and 4' wide.

Flower form and size:
Lotus or light semi-double, 8-10". These seedlings tend to be very floriferous.

Flower fragrance:

Bloom time:
Mid-season blooming, flowers in our USDA zone 6a garden in the last week of May or first week of June.

Zone hardiness:
Proven in USDA zones 4-9.

Plant size:  3 year old tree peonies usually have 1-2 thick woody stems and a well developed root system. Size with foliage is 18-22 " tall and wide. This size plant has flower buds set and will most likely flower its first spring in the ground.

When we ship: Will
 ship in Spring 2020 .
Order to reserve now for shipping.

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 is 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.


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