Paeonies or peonies are one of the most popular garden plants. The big, fluffy, and fragrant flowers are available in a wide range of colors, forms, and sizes. Unless paeonies only bloom for a week, many gardeners decide to plant these fantastic flowers in the garden. There are three types of peonies, herbaceous (bush), three, and Itoh (intersectional). At De Vroomen, we sell a wide range of different peonies. Choose from our selection in our webshop, and we pack and ship your order to the USA and Canada.

How to grow peonies?

Peonies appear in three different types: herbaceous, or garden peonies, tree peonies that grow into bushes and Itoh, or intersectional peonies. It depends on the climate zone you live in, which peony suits well in your area. If you are looking for an extended flowering season, combine different types of peonies, if your living area provides the right growing conditions. All peonies take time to establish, but ones they’re established, they steal the show in every garden! Peonies are perfect for cut flowers in bouquets. Peonies don’t like to be moved. Moving them will affect growth. Plant peonies in fall, so the roots have enough time to establish.

Herbaceous, or garden peonies

● Bloom from April to May
● Grow in zones 4-9
● Prefer a sunny to partial shade location
● Must be planted 4-6” (10-15 cm) below ground level
● Produce enormous flowers (up to 7-10”, what’s equivalent to 17-25 cm)

Popular herbaceous peonies:

Alexander Fleming with its outstanding pink flowers and low-maintenance.
Bowl of Beauty this peony looks like a pink bowl filled with apricot filling.
Coral Charm this delicate, extraordinary peony shows bowl-shaped coral-red flowers.

Besides these herbaceous peonies, we offer more peonies in our webshop. Explore the many different types and colors and pick your favorite.

Tree peonies

● Bloom from May to June
● Grow in zones 2-8
● Prefer 5-6 hours of direct sunlight per day
● Depending on your zone, plant the bulbs ½” (1,5 cm) deep in warm zones, and 2” (5 cm) deep in colder zones
● Requires low maintenance and little water
● Are resistant to most pests
● Prefer well-drained soils

Popular tree peonies:

Lavender the lovely lavender colored flowers grow on beautiful green foliage. The bush has pleasant growing habits.
High Noon the fragrant yellow flowers prefer a sunny location to produce the best flowers.
Pink the large pink flowers are fluorescent, and the best planting time is spring.

We have more tree peonies available in our webshop. Filter by color, or just scroll down the many varieties we offer.

Intersectional peonies

● Bloom in June
● Grow in zones 4-9
● Prefer 5-6 hours of direct sunlight per day
● Depending on your zone, plant the bulbs ½” (1,5 cm) deep in warm zones, and 2” (5 cm) deep in cold zones
● Dying back to the ground when winter comes
● Attractive foliage through summer and into fall
● Shorter than herbaceous and tree peonies (make a perfect front border position)
● Don’t need staking

Popular Intersectional peonies:

All that Jazz the large apricot flowers have beautiful magenta spots. This peony blooms in mid-summer.
Itoh Scrumdidleumptious semi-double flowered and produces creamy white flowers that are pink blushed and edged.
Scarlet Heaven with its pure red flowers with a contrasting golden-yellow center, this is a floriferous variety. The dark green foliage shows deeply divided leaves.

Want to discover more varieties? We have plenty of other intersectional peonies available in our webshop. Check the availability and order your favorite peonies at De Vroomen.

Order Paeonies

At De Vroomen, we have a wide range of peonies available in our webshop. Check the availability of the peony and add the number of packages you want to order. We securely pack and ship your order to the USA and Canada. If you have any questions about our peonies, please feel free to contact us.

Varieties of Paeonia