Alaska Peony Bowl of Cream
This Alaska Peony is a American Peony Society Gold Medal winner. It produces large, fragrant, pure white double blooms. This beauty's seven to eight inch center is flecked with luscious buttery-gold stamens which make you feel like you are truly looking into a bowl of cream.
Alaska Peony Duchess de Namours
This Alaska Peony is the 150 year-old Duchesse de Nemours. It is the premier white peony by which all other whites are judged! Its fragrant blooms are medium in size, and are creamy white with a hint of light lemon yellow in the center. The base of the petals are light green, which fades to brilliant white. A full aromatic fragrance rounds out the features of this stunning flower that is a top seller in the American bridal market.
This is a classic Alaska Peony that produces beautiful blush pink blooms that lighten to white as they matures. This can produce a display of blooms showing several delicate shades at once. In its early stages the blooms are accented by its yellow stamens, and small flecks of pink near the deep center of the flowers. Shirley Temple's large and very fragrant blossoms, average eight inches in diameter.
Alaska Peony Festiva Maxima
This Alaska Peony is another highly desired white double bloom that has flecks of candy cane in the very middle. In fact we have heard it called "garden royalty"! It works well with the Paul M. Wild and Kansas varieties. These are very large blooms, again up to nine inches in size. It is one of our later varieties.
Our Alaska Peony, Pecher, is in great demand. It is a semi-double blush that has an exceptionally nice fragrance, and a great vase life. This soft pink beauty turns to white, and has an occasional red flare in the center of the bloom.
Alaska Peony Raspberry Sundae
Alaska Peony Raspberry Sundae looks like its name sounds--luscious! Its Large pale pink guard petals melt into a surrounding circle of yellow petals inter-mixed with a mound of ruffly pink petals. Imagine raspberry topping melting though petals of vanilla ice cream, mixed with a sweet fragrance, a bloom that is up to nine inches across, and you have a flower that is heavenly! It works well with other pinks and whites
Alaska Peony Sarah Bernhardt
Alaska Peony Sarah Bernhardt was introduced in 1906. It is one of the classic peony varieties that created the world's delight in this flower. This old fashioned pink flower produces a flower that can be seven to nine inches in diameter, and the fragrance it releases is memorable, indeed!
Alaska Peony Coral Sunset
Alaska Peony Coral Sunset always sells out quickly. This unusual peony blooms with deep coral, open faced flowers that are fragrant and have great body. The petals continue to open as the bloom matures, revealing a circle of stamens, which accentuates the richness of the coral hues of the petals. This gorgeous tropical peony color works well with whites, pinks and reds!
Alaska Peony Paul M Wild
As an Alaska Peony with very large, velvety and vivid ruby-red double flowers, Paul M. Wild is one of the finest double red peonies you can find. This bloom's color lasts throughout its extra-long vase life. It works well with Festiva Maxima because of the Festiva's small candy cane spots of red in its center.
Alaska Peony Kansas
This Alaska Peony variety is a show stopper! In our fields it is producing blooms that are up to nine inches across. Its color is described as watermelon red, and it may even be a little bluer than that. This is one of our favorites because of its strong stems, old-fashioned charm, and long vase life.
With classic bomb form, Alaska Peony Big Ben is known for its full blossoms. It produces domed tops surrounded with a layer of larger, horizontal petals. Its pure red with blue undertones, mixes well with pink and blue. Big Ben is a truly unique variety, because it is one of the few scented fuchsia or reds you can find. In fact, its fragrance makes it a treat to have as an arrangement.