Herbaceous peonies are a timeless classic perennial plant for the garden. Their flowers can be single, semi-double or fully double and many are beautifully scented. There is a range of colours from deep purple to pure white and they are definitely one of the most showy flowers in the garden with large blooms.
Intersectional peonies (or Itoh peonies) are unusual and relatively rare. They are a cross between a herbaceous peony and a tree peony. Some lightly fragranced, with large (dinner-plate) sized flowers in a diverse range of colours and flowers, from single to double. Intersectional peonies often flower for a slightly longer period than herbaceous peonies.
Perfect to keep in a pot on your balcony!
3 Patio Peonies
Use Code PATIO3
END OF SEASON SALE OFFERS!
2 FOR £45*
SELECTED HERBACEOUS PEONIES
Offer usually only available at shows!
Now available for a limited time – on SELECTED AVAILABLE products only!
Use Code 2445
1 Early, 1 Mid, and 1 Late Flowering
These offers will go live in the next couple of months.
Once the 2019 catalogue has been finalised!
3 Varieties specifically chosen to be the perfect cut flower.
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We now hold the National Plant Collection for Intersectional ‘Itoh’ Peonies!
They are incredibly rare, unusual and beautiful plants.
They flower for up to twice as long as a herbaceous peony!
Peonies are relatively low maintenance – requiring minimal care – and will thrive in any fertile, free-draining soil in a sunny aspect for decades. Peonies have impressive flowers (double, semi-double or single) and with a little planning, can provide flowers from May into July (peonies will flower in either early, mid or late flowering season). When you consider that a vast number of peonies are fragrant too, surely this must make peonies one of the best perennial plants for your garden?