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Peony ID Help??!!

Posted by LizinElizabeth 5 (lizbest1@aol.com) on
Sun, Apr 21, 13 at 18:05

I have been gardening in the same place for 5-6 years now and several varieties of peonies were the first things I planted. Unfortunately the first markers I used faded so that several aren't marked at all. I listed every single one I found documentation on and have them sorted by supposed bloom time, type and color. I think I should be okay on the singles, Japanese and semi-doubles but I have 6 double pinks that I'm not sure if I can reliably ID. If anyone has these varieties and can give me any tips on telling which is which please reply! Dr W Rumph, George W Peyton, Moonstone, Mrs. F D Roosevelt, Reine Hortense and Walter Faxon. Thanks!


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RE: Peony ID Help??!!

Please check out this peony database to see pictures and descriptions of your peonies:

http://www.paeo.de/name/index.html

It is really extensive.


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RE: Peony ID Help??!!

Thanks! I looked online for a database with the varieties I misplaced, couldn't find one with all. This one does, I'm certainly adding it to my favorites!


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Check out the Heartland Peony Society. They have a great database with pictures. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Heartland Peony Society


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And or you can just google the names of the peonies and you should get pictures with that.


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