• Peony Red Grace
  • P.Red Grace
  • P. Red Grace
  • P.Red Grace
  • P.Red Grace
  • P.Red Grace

Peony Red Grace

€24.00 Tax included

Paeonia herbaceous hybrid "Red Grace". The promising flowerbuds lead one to imagine the fascinating play of ruby red petals. So, while the colour slowly flows from ruby to a warm red tone they unfold into impressive globes. The flowers are carried on sturdy stems and surrounded by bright green foliage. Dispite the impressive stems some support will be helpful. This vigorous grower deserves a bright sunny spot in your garden. 

Apart from a lovely addition to your garden, Red Grace is also a precious cut flower. In comparison with some other respected early red peonies, from "officinalis" descent, she has a long vase live. To cut a bouquet - or just one - subtly feel the flower bud. Once it is soft as a marshmellow and showing sufficient colour, it is time to cut. It is wise to remove no more than one-third of a mature plant. 

She is an early bloomer and in combination with most classical peonies she will prolong the peony bloom season for several weeks. Red Grace is lesser known, but without doubt a beautiful, graceous and desirable peony. 


Special Price José Buck at "De Tuindagen van Beervelde" 2018.

Registered in 1980.

Sorry, this variety is sold out and back in multiplication

  Quality roots with 3/5 eyes directly from our 3-year old fields.

On line catalogue. The roots can be ordered from February 1st for delivery from October onward.


Peony roots are shipped in autumn planting season. Delivery in the EU.

  In spring peonies in 7L pots are available at the farm nursery.

These varieties are different from the online autumn catalogue. Choose on-site.

Peony Details

Glasscock Lyman D.

Data sheet

Colour Palette From red to purple
Flowering Period From Week 2 | Early
Flower form Bomb
Plant size d| ↕︎ up to 90 cm | ↔︎ up to 90 cm
Fragrance Softly scented
Flower Bud(s) One main flower bud
Ideal for The cutting garden
Position & Soil Sunny and airy - soil well worked and not soggy
Hardiness Fully hardy -20ºC or depending on snow cover