Herbaceous, White, Single, Late, Very Tall, 120-150 cm, 48 to 55"
White Innocence is the tallest peony that we know of, easily reaching a height of 4 feet once established, so it’s very handy for the back of the perennial bed. It produces several single flowers on each stem - a really different look for a peony - and their centres are an interesting greenish hue. Altogether another fascinating specimen developed by Professor Saunders. (Saunders 1947)
On hold for propagation at the moment.