'Bartzella' peony (Roger Anderson, 1986) is one of the most popular yellow peonies on the market. The semi-double to nearly full double peony flowers are filled with lemony yellow petals with soft red flares in the center. The dark green foliage on this stout intersectional Itoh peony (a cross between a tree peony and a bush peony) looks lovely in the landscape. The abundant blossoms are huge, reaching 6"-8" and the lemon fragrance is heavenly. They reach 30"-32" in height and width. This mid-season peony is an exceptional plant. 

Awarded the American Peony Society 2006 Gold Medal and 2009 Award of Landscape Merit. 

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