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selecting an intersectional (itoh) peony

Posted by ikea_gw (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 7, 12 at 16:34

I've been thinking about getting a couple of itoh peonies for the garden so I checked out the local nursery today and they have quite a few of them. Now I am at a loss with which one to actually buy. Maybe I can get some feedback on the list? Are all the itohs of similar height?

Here is the list:

High Noon
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Sequestered Sunshine
Singin in the Rain
Kopper Kettle


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RE: selecting an intersectional (itoh) peony

Out of this list, I only have Singing in the Rain. It is a fantastic variety. Color of the flowers can vary from pale yellow to peach or pale pink. I highly recommend it. I posted pictures of it several times on this and on Perennials forums - you can search for them.

An established plant in my garden is about 2'-2.5' tall.

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