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Age of Gold
Creamy lemon semi-double flowers showing red flares at the base of ruffled petals. Beautiful red autumn foliage..
Petals of a light raspberry red, blushed on the underside with a dusting of gold open out to display a centre of golden stamens and dark red flares.
An intersectional peony, a hybrid of herbaceous and tree type peonies. Lovely yellow flowers on deep green foliage. Great for the vase.
Freely produced fully double blooms of the darkest black red are displayed over finely cut foliage.
Companion of Serenity
An extremely large flower of soft shell pink with just two rows of petals held elegantly over the foliage of a wide spreading bush.
Cream single flowers the size of the palm of your hand literally smother the bush in the late spring.
Huge fully double deep purple flowers sit well over the bush with the display lasting for quite some time. Double purple. Japanese.
One of the larger bushes that we have and which never ceases to draw attention. Shining black red fully double flowers hang over the plant in great profusion. A real show stopper. Double red.
Wonderfully flared petals of a blend of lemon suffused with rose, and flares of raspberry red. An extremely sturdy plant with strong stems and foliage. Saunders. Single pink.
Large pure white petals enhanced by dark purple flares. Forms a tall bush with the blooms preening themselves over the foliage.
One of the earlier tree peonies to flower with red and whites shades.
Souvenier Maxine de Cornu
The blending of colours in this tree peony is most impressive being of gold overlaid with orange tones.
This early flowerer simply smothers itself with blooms that open soft apricot and then fade to lemon.
An excellent compact bush with finely cut foliage and dripping with deep maroon double blossoms.
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Taitapu 7645 Canterbury
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