Yellow blooms early and we are sold out for the bouquets, 2016. Thank you for your interest. We will have white with yellow, or cream yellow, or white with yellow centers, or even, Off-whites where the yellow stamens are intertwines with petals of white flowers for a lovely glow. All these are listed in our white bouquet which are available after May 20th, 2016.
Yellow is one of the rarest colors of peonies, and therefore, some of the most special! Our yellows range from lemon drop to mellow yellow. They are great for weddings that are citrus and summer.
We can reserve and send you a combination of large, vibrant ITOH yellows (such as Bartzella or Garden Treasure) and/or we can send a mix of mellow/creamy herbaceous yellows (such as Sunny Girl or Charles White). Our yellow peonies are some of the rarest types out there, with huge buds.
Yellows grow most prolifically on our farm in early June, so an early June wedding is best for Yellows!
When you order, there is an important special note section. There, please indicate the date of your wedding, whether you are interested in bright yellows, mellow yellows, creams or a combination and when/where you'd like them delivered, as well as any other important details that you'd like included for your special day.
Include a phone number so we can call as well, to make sure we have reserved the perfect yellow peonies for your special day.
ITOH (Tree Hybrid) – YELLOW SEMI-DOUBLE to DOUBLE; Bartzella Enjoys Large, Fluffy Lemon-Gold Yellow Blooms with Small, Soft Red Flares at Petal Bases Surrounding a White & Green Center. Bush is Dark Green with Lovely Large, Deeply-Cut Leaves.
Bloom Time: Midseason
Size: 30 inches tall
Reasons To Love It: This mystical & hugely popular peony grows strongly, prolific increase, can rapidly make a crowded bush. Rare as it is beautiful. Makes an excellent presentation in the garden!
Winner: APS Gold Metal & Best Landscaper Peony & Best of Show
Hybridizer: Anderson, 1986
TREE - PURPLE SEMI-DOUBLE; Hanadijin is large, with brilliant purple blooms. The plant has a spreading habit & crisp, green foliage.
Bloom Time: Midseason
Size: 4 - 6 feet tall
Reasons To Love It: This “King of Flowers” has a huge, stunning bowl-shaped blossom – with petals resembling tissue paper. Hanadijin has a rare and unique purple color with great habit & compound leaves - ideal for protected foundation plantings!
Hybridizer: Japan, before 1910
TREE - SOFT BUTTER LEMON DOUBLE; Raspberry flares at its base, giving great contrast to its yellow petals, High Noon can reach over 5-feet over the years & occasionally blooms in Autumn. It also has a fresh citrus scent.
Fragrance: Very Fragrant (Citrus)
Bloom Time: Midseason (Re-Blooms in Autumn on occasion)
Size: 4-5 feet tall. One of the tallest of the Lutea hybrids.
Reasons To Love It: Its striking yellow color in contrast to raspberry flares & phenomenal landscaping potential. High Noon is vigorous, beautifully fragrant & may surprise you in the fall with a “second season” of blooms!
Winner: APS Gold Metal
Hybridizer: Krekler, 1978
TREE - MAROON-PURPLE with WHITE EDGES SEMI-DOUBLE; This Tree Peony's blooms are “crepe paper-like”. A mature plant can have 100s of very large blooms.
Bloom Time: Early-Midseason
Size: 4-5 feet tall, blooms 10 inches in diameter
Reasons To Love It: There was a time, when only the Emperor could own a tree peony. Now this Royal Selection, is offered to all – but he is still very rare! Often its blooms can span up to 10 inches or more across!
Hybridizer: Unknown, Japan