Three peonies will delight your senses with sweet fragrance and fluffy blooms in white and pink hues. This collection includes three of the most fragrant peonies available: Duchess de Nemours, Eden's Perfume and Madame Debatene. We selected Eden's Perfume Peony because it's said to be the most fragrant peony ever. Its large, pink blooms have a powerful rose scent that wafts on the late spring breeze. The Madame Debatene Peony's fragrant, 5-7", bright, salmon-pink double flowers appear to beckon visitors to stop, touch and enjoy. The Duchess de Nemours Peony's large, creamy white, double blooms with frothy petals look gorgeous in the daylight and seem to shimmer in moonlight. Their perfume is delightful in the late evening garden. All three varieties attract pollinators, and all three look lovely in cut floral arrangements. Peonies are treasured perennials for their delightful blooms in late spring to early summer as well as their lush foliage that remains attractive from spring to fall. They're perfect for creating a small hedge or clustered together. Deer tend to avoid. Bareroot. Paeonia 'Duchess de Nemours', 'Eden's Perfume', 'Madame Debatene' Peonies have few requirements: give them a sunny well-drained location, plant 2-4' apart, with the eyes (new buds at the crown) no more than 2" below soil level and apply fertilizer or compost in spring. They take a while to establish, often 3 years before the first bloom—but the wait is worth it. They are heirloom quality. Let them grow undisturbed and they will bring joy to you and your loved ones through the decades.
Paeonia lactiflora 'Madame Emile Debatene', 'Duchess de Nemours', 'Eden's Perfume'