• P. Fragrans

Peony Fragrans

€34.00 Tax included

Paeonia lactiflora "Fragrans". As for heritage varieties this one certainly strikes a chord. Registered and introduced by Sir Joseph Banks P. "Fragrans" certainly has a history. 

Sir Joseph Banks known for his numerous introductions of plants became horticultural and garden adviser to Kew in 1771, a post which he held until his death in 1820. Next year this bi-centennial will be commemorated. So, the reintroduction of P. "Fragrans" in Europe is a must do.

Of course, P. "Fragrans" survived all this time because it is a healthy and strong grower. Disease resistant and sturdy. Flowers are double cone shaped and medium sized. It not only has a quintessential old-fashioned color but also a lovely scent. Flowers keep well in a vase and in your garden. A must have for everybody with a heart for history and easy plants. 

Registered in 1805.

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Peony Details

Sir Joseph Banks

Data sheet

Colour Palette From pink to magenta
Flowering Period From Week 5 | Late
Flower form Double
Height d| 80 to 100 cm | 32" to 40"
Fragrance Intensely fragrant
Flower Bud(s) One main flower bud and some sidebuds
Usage As a landscape peony and for a garden bouquet

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