Herbaceous, Pink, Single, Very Early, Short, 72cm, 28"
When we are dreaming of spring, this will be one of the first peonies to grant our wishes. With soft creamy-pink petals and glowing golden centres, Nosegay's flowers are just calling out to be made into bouquets. A cross between the tricky mlokosewitschii (aka Molly the Witch), and tenufolia, this peony blooms very early, has finely cut foliage, is fertile, has adventitious roots and tends to move into dormancy a bit earlier than many other peonies. (Saunders, USA, 1950).