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Lactiflora Peony

 

Lactifloras are the largest group of peonies extensively bred in Europe and the New World. These form the classic garden types with a variety of flower types, shapes and colours.

 

Pruning and Care: Peonies are generally easy to grow given a fertile, adequately drained soil in an open sunny location although some will tolerate light shade. Given these basic requirements, peonies may well have a life span of up to fifty years. They are extremely hardy and suitable for growing in most areas preferring a neutral to slightly alkaline soil. Plant size is classified by the number of ‘eyes’ (buds). The smaller size (2-3 eyes) may take several years before flowering.

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Individually priced
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Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Auten 1943)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA
BIG BEN (Auten 1943)
Striking large double red blooms, reminiscent of an old rose. Fragrant.
Stout and vigorous growth. Good for cutting. Dependable garden plant. Early. 75 cm
3-5 eyes
£9.00
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Kelway 1902) AGM
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA
LADY ALEXANDRA DUFF (Kelway 1902) AGM
Beautiful double lactiflora with lavender-pink outer and smaller white inner petals, the tips often blotched carmine. Clusters fade into white. Secondary blooms may be single or semi double.
Abundance of flowers and graceful foliage. Excellent cottage garden plant. Good Autumn colour. Mid season. 90 cm
6-8 eyes
£9.85
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony,
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA AGIDA
Semi double carmine pink flowers with prominent yellow stamens.
Elegant and suitable for cutting. Mid season. 85 cm
3-5 eyes<br />£10.85
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Lemoine 1922)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA ALICE HARDING (Lemoine 1922)
Double. Pale pink outer petals enclosing a creamy white incurved centre. Large, fragrant flowers.
Vigorous plant with strong stems. Good foliage. Reasonably free flowering. Mid season. 75 cm
Not Available 2015
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Dessert 1910)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA AUGUSTE DESSERT (Dessert 1910)
Double or semi double blooms. Deep pink petals edged silver with contrasting golden yellow centre.
Free flowering. Striking Autumn colour. Mid-late season. 75 cm
2-3 eyes
£8.00
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Crousse 1886)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA AVALANCHE (Crousse 1886)
Double blush white and cream with some petals edged red. Good fragrance.
Mid-late season. 90 cm
3-5 eyes
£10.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Hollis 1906)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA BUNKER HILL (Hollis 1906)
Semi double to double with open cherry red petals and showing yellow stamens. Light rose-like fragrance.
Strong growing. Good cut flower. Mid season. 90 cm
3-5 eyes
£10.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Kelway 1909)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA KELWAY'S GLORIOUS (Kelway 1909)
Large, saucer-shaped, double white flowers with a creamy centre and a strong rose scent. Often considered to be one of the classic white peonies.
Free flowering with strong stems ideal for cutting. Forms a shapely bush with good foliage. Mid-late season. 1 m
3-5 eyes
£10.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Brand 1928)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA KRINKLED WHITE (Brand 1928)
One of the best single white lactifloras with large, milky white, slightly crumpled petals which are highlighted by a golden yellow centre.
Withstands drought better than most. Early. 90 cm
6-8 eyes
£9.85
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Dessert 1913) AGM
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA LAURA DESSERT (Dessert 1913) AGM
Classic full petalled flower with pink buds opening palest pink soon fading to soft cream with a yellow hue at the base. Strong rose fragrance. Extremely desirable cultivar.
Early-mid season. 1 m
3-5 eyes
£11.25
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Kelway 1907)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA LORD KITCHENER (Kelway 1907)
Single maroon red flowers in clusters with bright golden yellow centres. An eye-catching peony.
Very early-mid season. 90 cm
6-8 eyes
£10.85
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Miellez 1856)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA MADAME CALOT (Miellez 1856)
Large, fully double, pale pink to cream with a few crimson flecks. Very fragrant. A classic peony.
Free flowering. Strong stems good for cutting. Mid-late season. 75 cm
3-5 eyes
£10.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Glascock 1950) <br />APS Gold Medal Winner
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA MOTHER'S CHOICE (Glascock 1950)
APS Gold Medal Winner
Fully double lactiflora producing large pure white flowers with a warm cream centre.
Vigorous flowers on strong stems. Reliable garden plant. Late season.
75-85 cm
6-8 eyes
£11.75
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Lemoine 1907)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA PRIMEVERE (Lemoine 1907)
Anemone type lactiflora. Flowers initially blush white with lemon yellow centres fading to ivory white. Very fragrant.
Free flowering. Mid season. 85 cm
3-5 eyes
£12.75
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (origin uncertain)
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA SHIRLEY TEMPLE (origin uncertain)
Large double lactiflora. Flowers blush white fading to cream. Slightly fragrant
Free flowering. Good cut flower. Mid-late season. 85 cm
3-5 eyes<br />£8.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony, (Mann-van Steen 1936) APS Gold Medal Winner
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA
MISS AMERICA (Mann-van Steen 1936) APS Gold Medal Winner
Pretty, semi double white flowers with a hint of yellow stamens when fully open. Numerous fragrant large blooms. Twice Gold Medal Winner American Peony Society.
Dependable plant. Considered to be the best of its type. Early. 90 cm
3-5 eyes
£13.50
Peonies: Lactiflora Peony,
PAEONIA LACTIFLORA
TAFF
Double blush rose flowers on strong stems. Nicely fragrant.
Mid season. 75 cm
Not Available 2015
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