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Paeonia 'Duchesse de Nemours'

Single. Flowers are white with a creamy center from midspring to early summer. Fragrant and floriferous. Attractive foliage on strong stems. 3' ht. Z 3-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Early Scout'

Single. Large, 4-6" wide, lightly fragrant flowers with crimson petals surrounding the bright-yellow stamens. An early blooming, compact variety suitable for smaller gardens. Lacy, cut-leaf foliage adds an elegant texture. 24" ht x 24" w. Z 2-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia Itoh Varieties

Intersectional hybrids between Paeonia suffruticosa and P. lactiflora. First developed by Toichi Itoh in 1948. These peony have the exotic flowers of a tree peony and the growth habit of a herbaceous peony. Flowers develop in late spring. Various colors available. Z 4-9.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Karl Rosenfeld'

Double, red flowers from midspring to early summer develop on plants up to 3' tall. Z 3-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Pink Dawn'

Single. Mid-season blooming variety with rose-pink petals surrounding yellow anthers. 3' ht x 3' w. Z 3-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt'

Double, pink flowers from midspring to early summer develop on plants up to 3' tall. Z 3-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Scarlett O'Hara'

A single flower type with scarlet-red petals surrounding yellow anthers. 3' ht. Z 4-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia 'Sea Shell'

Single. Highly fragrant blossoms with pink petals surrounding a golden-yellow center emerge during spring. Lighter flowers rarely require staking. 30-36" ht x 24-36" w. Z 3-8.

2.3 gal
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Paeonia suffruticosa

Known as tree peony, they are slow growing, woody plants reaching 4-5' with with blue-green leaves and large, colorful flowers during late spring. Prefer sun to part shade, even moisture, and neutral pH for best performance. Remove suckers. Z 5-9.

3 gal
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Panicum amarum 'Dewey Blue'

Showy blue leaves form an upright arching habit producing a focal point for the garden. Naturally found in sandy coastal areas stabilizing sand dunes. Blue tinged panicles of flowers develop in late summer. 3-4' ht x 2-3' w. Z 2-9.

1.5 gal
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