Paeonia ‘Callies Memory’ (Intersectional ‘Itoh’ Peony) (Mid Season Flowering)

£69.00

Unusual, rare and highly collectable; intersectional peonies flower for much longer than other types of peonies. 'Callies Memory' has gorgeous, large semi-double peach/orange with darker orange/red flares. It has finely cut divided green foliage turning red in spring and autumn on sturdy framework (no staking required). Any fertile, free draining soil in full sun or part shade in any sheltered position. Mid season flowering.

Sold in large, 5.5L deep pot. Premium, well-established plants at flowering maturity.

H: 75cm S: 50cm

18 in stock (can be backordered)

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Description

Unusual, rare and highly collectable; intersectional peonies flower for much longer than other types of peonies. ‘Callies Memory’ has gorgeous, large semi-double peach/orange flowers with darker orange/red flares. It has finely cut divided green foliage turning red in spring and autumn on sturdy framework (no staking required). Any fertile, free draining soil in full sun or part shade in any sheltered position. Mid season flowering.

Sold in large, 5.5L deep pot. Premium, well-established plants at flowering maturity.

H: 75cm S: 50cm

Additional information

Common name

Intersectional Hybrid Peony

Sun position

Sun or partial shade loving

Fragrant

0

Height & Spread in 5 yrs

75cm x 50cm (30" x 19")

Toxicity

CAUTION: if eaten, can upset stomachs

Genus

Peony

Soil

Any fertile, moist, well drained soil

Species

0

Cultivar

Callies Memory

Pot size

HUGE 5.5lt (22cm Square) Deep Pot

Flower colour

Peach/Orange

Aspect

Any position sheltered or exposed

Plant Type

Perennial

Plant condition

In winter, this plant dies down and is cut back. So if it's delivered between October and May, it may look dead, but it's just resting! This is traditionally the best time to plant.

Flower month

May-June

Foliage

Deciduous Perennial Plant

Family

Paeoniaceae

Plant Care

Remove dead flowers spikes at a branching point or at the base after flowering, to tidy.

Foliage colour

Green

Tenderness

Hardy

Habit

Bushy