‘Al’s Choice’1/30/2012           copyright Jean Starr   1
‘Al’s Choice’      • Type: Intersectional               (cross between herbaceous and tree peony)      • Introduced by: Al...
1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                                   ‘Angel Cheeks’                                         ...
‘Angel Cheeks’     •      Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar     •      Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1970     •      Form...
‘Joker’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr             5
‘Joker’ • Type: Herbaceous hybrid          (containing two or more different species) • Introduced by: Allan Rogers in 200...
‘Clown’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr             7
‘Clown’  • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar  • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2007  • Form: single1/30/2012              ...
‘Madame Ducel’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                    9
‘Madame Ducel’      •     Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar      •     Introduced by: Etienne Mechin in 1880      •    ...
‘Pink Parasol Surprise’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                     11
‘Pink Parasol Surprise’      •     Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar      •     Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1988      •...
‘Red Charm’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr            13
‘Red Charm’      • Type: Herbaceous hybrid (P. lactiflora x P. officinalis)      • Introduced by: Lyman Glasscock in 1944 ...
‘Neon’ 1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr   15
‘Neon’ 1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr   16
‘Neon’• Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar• Introduced by: J. C. Nicholls in 1941• Form: Japanese1/30/2012              ...
1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr   ‘Coral Sunset’ 18
‘Coral Sunset’• Type: Herbaceous hybrid• Introduced by: Charles Klehm in 1965 (hybridized by Samuel Wissing)• Form: semi-d...
1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr   ‘Duchesse de Nemours’                                                     20
‘Duchesse de Nemours’•   Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar•   Introduced by: Jacques Calot in 1856•   Form: double•   F...
‘Diana Parks’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                                         ‘Joker’   22
‘Diana Parks’• Type: Herbaceous hybrid• Introduced by: Henry Bockstoce in 1942• Form: double1/30/2012                   co...
1/30/2012            ‘Tom Cat’            copyright Jean Starr   24
‘Tom Cat’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2000 • Form: Japanese1/30/2012             ...
‘White Cap’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                 26
‘White Cap’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                 27
‘White Cap’•   Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar•   Introduced by: G. E. Winchell in 1956•   Form: Japanese•   Very fra...
‘Martha’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr              29
‘Martha’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2003 • Form: double1/30/2012                ...
‘Elsa Sass’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                 31
‘Elsa Sass’•   Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar•   Introduced by: H. P. Sass in 1930•   Form: double•   Fragrant1/30/2...
‘Dayton’1/30/2012              copyright Jean Starr   33
‘Dayton’    •   Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar    •   Introduced by: William H. Krekler in 1962    •   Form: double ...
‘The Fawn’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                35
‘The Fawn’                                                          Photo by Klehm’s Songsparrow Farms       •     Type: H...
1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                                   ‘Salmon Glory’   37
‘Salmon Glory’       • Type: Herbaceous hybrid       • Introduced by: Lyman Glasscock in 1947       • Form: double1/30/201...
‘White Wings’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr       39
‘White Wings’            • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar            • Introduced by: Aart Hoogendoorn in 1947      ...
‘Lois Kelsey’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr            41
‘Lois Kelsey’       • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar       • Introduced by: Ernest Flint Kelsey in 1934       • Form...
‘Pink Hawaiian Coral’1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                       43
‘Pink Hawaiian Coral’       • Type: Herbaceous hybrid       • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1981       • Form: semi-double1/...
‘Yellow Doodle1/30/2012   copyright Jean Starr                                        Dandy’ 45
‘Yellow Doodle                    Dandy’       •    Type: Intersectional hybrid       •    Introduced by: Donald Smith in ...
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They might be an old-fashioned garden plant, but there are so many more varieties available today that will fit your preferences. Some are fragrant, some are tall and need support, but many stand without staking and make great backdrop plants after the flowers fade. You just can't have too many peonies!

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Peonies in my Garden

  1. 1. ‘Al’s Choice’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 1
  2. 2. ‘Al’s Choice’ • Type: Intersectional (cross between herbaceous and tree peony) • Introduced by: Allan Rogers in 2005 • Form: single to semi-double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 2
  3. 3. 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr ‘Angel Cheeks’ 3
  4. 4. ‘Angel Cheeks’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1970 • Form: bomb • fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 4
  5. 5. ‘Joker’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 5
  6. 6. ‘Joker’ • Type: Herbaceous hybrid (containing two or more different species) • Introduced by: Allan Rogers in 2004 • Form: double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 6
  7. 7. ‘Clown’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 7
  8. 8. ‘Clown’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2007 • Form: single1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 8
  9. 9. ‘Madame Ducel’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 9
  10. 10. ‘Madame Ducel’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Etienne Mechin in 1880 • Form: double • Fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 10
  11. 11. ‘Pink Parasol Surprise’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 11
  12. 12. ‘Pink Parasol Surprise’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1988 • Form: bomb with unusual center tuft of petals • Fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 12
  13. 13. ‘Red Charm’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 13
  14. 14. ‘Red Charm’ • Type: Herbaceous hybrid (P. lactiflora x P. officinalis) • Introduced by: Lyman Glasscock in 1944 • Form: double bomb1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 14
  15. 15. ‘Neon’ 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 15
  16. 16. ‘Neon’ 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 16
  17. 17. ‘Neon’• Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar• Introduced by: J. C. Nicholls in 1941• Form: Japanese1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 17
  18. 18. 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr ‘Coral Sunset’ 18
  19. 19. ‘Coral Sunset’• Type: Herbaceous hybrid• Introduced by: Charles Klehm in 1965 (hybridized by Samuel Wissing)• Form: semi-double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 19
  20. 20. 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr ‘Duchesse de Nemours’ 20
  21. 21. ‘Duchesse de Nemours’• Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar• Introduced by: Jacques Calot in 1856• Form: double• Fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 21
  22. 22. ‘Diana Parks’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr ‘Joker’ 22
  23. 23. ‘Diana Parks’• Type: Herbaceous hybrid• Introduced by: Henry Bockstoce in 1942• Form: double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 23
  24. 24. 1/30/2012 ‘Tom Cat’ copyright Jean Starr 24
  25. 25. ‘Tom Cat’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2000 • Form: Japanese1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 25
  26. 26. ‘White Cap’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 26
  27. 27. ‘White Cap’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 27
  28. 28. ‘White Cap’• Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar• Introduced by: G. E. Winchell in 1956• Form: Japanese• Very fragrant; lots of secondary buds1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 28
  29. 29. ‘Martha’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 29
  30. 30. ‘Martha’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 2003 • Form: double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 30
  31. 31. ‘Elsa Sass’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 31
  32. 32. ‘Elsa Sass’• Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar• Introduced by: H. P. Sass in 1930• Form: double• Fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 32
  33. 33. ‘Dayton’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 33
  34. 34. ‘Dayton’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: William H. Krekler in 1962 • Form: double • Very fragrant1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 34
  35. 35. ‘The Fawn’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 35
  36. 36. ‘The Fawn’ Photo by Klehm’s Songsparrow Farms • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: B. B. Wright in the early 20th century • Form: double • Very unusual speckled petals1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 36
  37. 37. 1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr ‘Salmon Glory’ 37
  38. 38. ‘Salmon Glory’ • Type: Herbaceous hybrid • Introduced by: Lyman Glasscock in 1947 • Form: double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 38
  39. 39. ‘White Wings’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 39
  40. 40. ‘White Wings’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Aart Hoogendoorn in 1947 • Form: single1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 40
  41. 41. ‘Lois Kelsey’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 41
  42. 42. ‘Lois Kelsey’ • Type: Herbaceous lactiflora cultivar • Introduced by: Ernest Flint Kelsey in 1934 • Form: single to semi-double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 42
  43. 43. ‘Pink Hawaiian Coral’1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 43
  44. 44. ‘Pink Hawaiian Coral’ • Type: Herbaceous hybrid • Introduced by: Roy Klehm in 1981 • Form: semi-double1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 44
  45. 45. ‘Yellow Doodle1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr Dandy’ 45
  46. 46. ‘Yellow Doodle Dandy’ • Type: Intersectional hybrid • Introduced by: Donald Smith in 2002 • Form: double • Lightly fragrant flowers can be 8” across1/30/2012 copyright Jean Starr 46
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