HUGE Pink BloomsIf peonies are the queens of the June garden, then Sarah Bernhardt Peony (PAEONIA lactiflora Sarah Bernhardt) is the queen mother.First grown over 100 years ago, this beauty hasn’t been improved upon. She is consistently rated as one of the most popular of the Double Peonies. Not bad for a Centenarian! This gorgeous lady produces very large (9-inch wide) soft pink flowers, perfectly formed with a great peony scent.Sarah Bernhardt peonies can’t be beat in cutting gardens. Florists charge upwards of $20 a stem for these in their floral displays. You can have armloads of them right outside your door!Peonies will tolerate some drought, but prefer a moist, fertile, well-drained soil and full sun. They are also butterfly magnets, but the deer, squirrels and rabbits will stay away.Often peonies take a few years to get established when they’re planted from tubers or bare-root. With Nature Hills there is no waiting! We send large, 2-gallon sized plants ready to burst open in bloom for you – often as soon as the first season they’re planted. Order yours today and you can enjoy them sooner than if you’d ordered from someone else.* Double Soft Pink Blooms* Blooms for weeks* Fragrant* Large sizesPeony Care After FloweringPeony Care After Flowering.
Huge, Fragrant Blooms on a Classic ShrubCan you imagine a shrub covered in giant, fluffy pompons of bright scarlet? Consider those brilliant red blooms lofted above deep green foliage on sturdy stems, gently swaying in an afternoon breeze and emitting a sweet perfume to draw you in for a closer look. This, and more, is what you will experience when you plant a Karl Rosenfield Peony in your yard this year.Karl Rosenfield Peony features stunning red, double flowers that are nearly 8 inches across! Each gorgeous bloom begins its display in mid-to-late spring, and includes a subtle hint of yellow at its center for a touch of added elegance. Cut a few for your dining room table and you’ll enjoy their beauty and fragrance inside as well as out (lasting over a week when cut in bud). Your Karl Rosenfield peony is a herbaceous perennial shrub that will grow up to 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright nature with erect stems to hold its spring bloom aloft. Karl Rosenfield is adaptable to variety of soils and can tolerate partial shade.Wildlife adore it, but deer and rabbits don’t seem to have an interest in it. Plant one of these as a focus/accent plant anywhere in your yard for a splash of spring color, or use several as a decorative border. Karl Rosenfield’s dark green foliage is a lively backdrop for other plants in the garden even after the spring bloom has been completed.It’s a hardy shrub, easy to care for and generally maintenance free. The shrub dies back after frost, and you can leave it to nature’s purposes, or cut it back for a clean look to your winter landscape. Karl Rosenfield is a traditional, old hybrid with the classic double peony many think of when envisioning a peony shrub. It’s hard to beat a classic, tried-and-true variety like Karl Rosenfield, and we’re sure you’ll agree when you try one out in your yard this year. * Outstanding fragrant flowers* Rabbit & deer resistant* Some shade tolerance* Easy carePowdery Mildew on your Peony Plants?.
Brighten Your Garden for Years!The Deluxe Peony Raspberry Sundae, ‘Paeonia’, produce lush raspberry and vanilla colored petals surrounded by beautiful green foliage. This plant will brighten your garden for years and would be an outstanding addition to your peony collection. The flowers are 5-7″ across. During late spring-early summer, they fill the garden with fragrance. They are long-lasting and are ideal for cutting. Plant as a short hedge or in small groups in border. They like rich soil, full sun and open areas.* Amazing fragrance* Summer blooms* Thrives in full sun Powdery Mildew on your Peony Plants?Peony Care After Flowering.
HUGE Pure White Blooms!The Bowl of Cream Peony, Paeonia ‘Bowl of Cream’, blooms in midseason with large, bowl-shaped blossoms of pure white that have hidden golden stamens. The flower width can be as large as 8″ wide. The beautiful dark green foliage really makes the flowers stand out. Double. Developed by Klehm Nursery. APS Gold Medal winner 1981. All of our peonies are widely adaptable to most soils across the country. They bloom in mid to late spring and have very large, colorful blooms that stand out in the spring garden. Peonies can handle dry to moist sites, and do best in full sun but can handle some light shade. Often thought of as a plant used on the farm or out in the country, they bring a little bit of that country feeling to your garden. It is not uncommon to see peonies planted along the driveway or lane in a mass. Southerners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.* Large, pure white blooms* Thrives in full sun* Grreat for mass plantings Powdery Mildew on your Peony Plants?Peony Care After Flowering.