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  1. Argosy

    1916-Farr:41 - Medium size. Purple-garnet, 4(165). Medium tall, vigorous grower, free bloomer. Rich color, almost as dark as Monsieur Martin Cahuzac. Early. $1.

    1918-B006-I:23 - Single

    1921-B014:20 - Symposium II rating: 8.0

    1923-SPN:351

    1928-B:69 - Single. 7.8 (Sym. 1925). Red.

    1938-W&D:118 - (Barr,...

    February 9, 2016

  2. Satin Rouge

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    February 9, 2016

  3. Vesuvian

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    February 9, 2016

  4. H. F. Reddick

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    February 9, 2016

  5. Helen Robertson

    1918-B006-I:10

    1928-B:35 Double. Lilac-white. Discarded.

    1976-K:040 (Terry) - Double - Lilac-White - DISCARDED. M.

    February 9, 2016

  6. Bin Di Lian

    February 9, 2016

  7. Shou An Wang

    February 9, 2016

  8. Why are there empty spots in the Peony Garden?

    We have removed diseased peonies from the Peony Garden.  A cover crop was planted and tilled under to add organic matter to the soil.  After the peony bloom, heirloom annuals are planted in the empty spaces to add color and interest over the summer.  New, healthy peonies will be planted in the empty spaces in upcoming years.

    September 7, 2012

  9. Post-Winter Growth Spurt Sparks Mega-staking Effort in Peony Garden

    By student guest blogger Joel Klann

    This year, for the first time in more than 80 years, every peony plant in Nichols Arboretum’s famed peony garden has been staked with bamboo reeds and biodegradable jute twine in order to provide pillars for support during what has turned out to be a period of bursting growth.

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    May 30, 2014

  10. Sitka

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    February 9, 2016

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