Krinkled White Peony

Wouldn’t you love to have your own florist picked bouquets from your own yard? If you have a small space to devote to plants start out with the Krinkled White Peony. If you want hardy flowers, just a few feet will allow this beautiful plant to thrive.

The white petals surround a tuft of bright yellow stamens that look like an upscale picture of a fried egg, if you will. Long stems are also just like the florist cut style. Peonies are truly hardy. They come back year after year for over 50 years. And, with each year they become more sturdy and more plentiful.

You can do so much with these as either a small specimen or a mass planting. Either way you won’t be disappointed and you may want to cut florist style flowers for all your friends and neighbors.

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