Ack-Scent has a large, shell pink, peony flower with a deep spicy, fragrance, and a floriferous, upright habit. A Dr. Ackerman introduction which bloomed for the first time in 1974. It grows at a medium rate and will make an excellent specimen.
Adolphe Audusson is a famous French Camellia released in 1877 by Henri Guichard. The large semi-double flowers are dark red with large white splotches, and the foliage is a hardy dark green. This vigorous, compact Camellia has been a favorite for over a century.
Altheaiflora has a strong, upright, but slightly weeping habit with dark green leaves. The large Carmine red peony flowers appear in midseason. It makes an excellent specimen.
Anticipation is an upright grower with dark green leaves. The large Orchid pink, peony flowers appear early and last through late season. This Saluenensis x Japonica cross was introduced in 1923 and first bloomed in 1959.
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Ballet in pink is an upright columnar grower with large, showy, orchid pink flowers in each node. This Dr. Parks introduction is a Japonica x Saluensis cross hardy to zone 7A.
Berenice Boddy is a vigorous upright grower with a slightly weeping habit and dark green leaves. It produces Medium, Semi-double, light pink flowers that deepen toward the end of the petal and under the petal. This rather unusual trait combined with its cold resistance makes Berenice Boddy a must-have. Introduced in 1947 and has been tested to zone 6B.
Victory white is a vigorous open upright grower with perfuse white semi-double to loose peony blooms. This dark green Camellia makes an excellent hedge and is cold hardy to zone 6B