Discover 8 Types of Peony Flowers

Festiva Maxima

The white ‘Festiva Maxima’ peony is our first. USDA hardiness zones 3–8 support this lovely blossom. Fragrant ‘Festiva Maxima’ blooms up to 7 inches wide.

Sonoma Halo

This elegant flower has 5–6-inch double golden flowers. About 32 inches long, the plant. Late autumn and early winter are excellent for planting peonies for summer and spring flowers.

Princess Margaret

This lovely 1960-registered plant blooms dark pink double-flowers in April. This perennial peony grows in light shade to full sun. This plant grows 30–34 inches tall. ‘Princess Margaret’ peonies aren’t blue.

Miss America

This aromatic flower is popular. It thrives in USDA hardiness zones 3–8 and is mostly white with a yellow center. ‘Miss America’ peony are robust and good for cuttings. Their bushy growth may span 3 feet.

Red Charm

These flowers resemble carnations and roses. These early double-flowers signal spring. Their short lifespan and early flowering add to their appeal.

Bowl of Beauty

The bowl appears valuable and delicate, thus its name. The peony is pink and white. The huge 8- to 10-inch blossoms endure 7–10 days. This peony blooms late midseason.

Bartzella

‘Bartzella’ is a humorous plant name. Another lovely double-yellow blossom with a fragrant lemon aroma. Orange-red color in floral center. ‘Bartzella’ flowers are 8 inches long and the plant grows to 34 inches.

Raspberry Sundae

This peony is cheap and common. ‘Raspberry Sundae’ peonies bloom beautifully. Flowers look like vanilla ice cream with raspberry sauce. It smells pleasant yet moderate.