Alaska Peony Varieties
About Alaska Peonies
Alaska’s long cool growing seasons and soil help us produce large buds and vibrant colors so desired in the marketplace. The peonies grown here bloom when there are generally fewer other peonies available to the market. Our bloom period of late June through August and into September makes it possible to supply these highly desirable flowers to markets when there is generally less direct competition, providing potential for an expanding agricultural export industry in the state.
Bi-color • Blush • Coral • Dark pink • Light pink • Pink • Red • White • Yellow
Double Large Red bloom with yellow stamens slightly showing through petals
Double Large white bloom sometimes a flushed pink
Double pink, bomb type bloom
A light pink to blush floriferous fragrant double
A large creamy to ivory white double
A large double bloom that in Alaska is a lovely blush
Bomb type double Deep red floriferous bloom Very Fragrant
Bowl of Beauty
Japanese Single Large bloom, pink guard petals with dense, cream colored centers made up of narrow petaloids.
Bowl of Cream
Double Creamy white, rose formed bloom with hidden golden stamens Very Large up to 12″ Fragrant
Bomb type double White with hints of yellow in the center of the bloom Fragrant also good drying.
Striking cardinal red bomb type peony will expand to a very large fragrant flower, especially when opened indoors or sheltered from wind currents. Has attracted much attention at the national exhibitions, was Grand Champion in 1998. The flower color and size dominates; buds massive, flowers may grow to nine inches diameter in the vase. Medium height, vigorous, bush presentation best for public view with support by other plants.
Semi double Large cup shaped bloom Deep coral upon opening that will fade to a softer color as it ages.
A large ruffled semi-double fragrant coral with pink undertones and a fluffy center display of yellow stamens
A very large bomb type double, carmine red and very fragrant. It as with most peonies it makes an elegant statement and a lasting impression.
Dr. Alexander Fleming
Double Bright pink bloom that become a lighter pink on edges Very Fragrant – sweet
Dr F.G. Bretenhour
Large white double
Duchess de Nemours
Double Creamy white bloom with a yellow center glow Very Fragrant – sweet
Duchess De Orleans
Double, deep pink flowers with violet-tinted center petals are sweetly fragrant
A large double white – many consider a pure white
Double Large pink bloom of a loose form, petals have notched silver edges Very Fragrant – best described as old fashion rose
A large rose form fragrant double bloom that when grown our northern latitudes opens blush and fades to creamy vintage white
A semi double pinkish coral
Double White with deep pink streaks Large loosely formed bloom Fragrant
Japanese Single Pink outer guard petals with a center of light shell pink and creamy white petaloids. Fragrant
Bomb type double Scarlet red medium size bloom
Double Large cardinal red blooms Fragrant
Henry Sass is a large white double.
Double Red rose form bloom Very Large No Fragrance Good for drying
Double Large cherry colored blooms with a loose semi-rose form and notched petal tips and some golden stamens showing. Good for drying
A lovely white with hints of cream and blush
A double white.
A large double compact rose type bloom that is a delicate flesh pink blush upon opening that fades to a pure white.
This one will open as a blush and progress to white, it is a double with a light pleasant fragrance.
Mon. Jules Elie
Bomb type double Large silvery pink chrysanthemum like bloom Fragrant
Mons. Martin Cahuzac
MONS. MARTIN CAHUZAC (Dessert) If you wish the darkest red Peony grown, order this one. Flowers medium to large, semi-rose type, with stamens. Color a deep maroon-red. It often comes semi-double until plants are well established. The plant is medium tall with strong, sturdy upright stems. It comes into bloom early mid-season and is a striking landscape variety.
Double Very large creamy white bloom Fragrant
A large double fragrant bloom unusual in the fact that can it can have a color range pale pink, blush to creamy white.
Double Pearl white fading to white bloom. Mildly fragrant
A large double that grown in Alaska opens to a lovely blush bloom
Paul M Wild
A large double red
Pink Hawaiian Coral
Semi-double A reddish coral with a center of yellow stamens Fragrant
A light pink double with occasional flecks of red
A pink and creamy white double
Bomb type double Very large deep red to chocolate red bloom Some fragrance
Double Large soft pink bloom with a lighter pink on edge of petals Fragrant
A creamy white double
Victoire de la Marne
Type: Double Color, Purple Red
Japanese single White guard petals with a fluffy yellow white center Very Fragrant