Itoh intersectional Peonies

Itoh intersectional peonies are a hybrid cross between a bush peony and a tree peony. They are often referred to as Itoh peonies, after the first successful breeder of these magnificent peonies, Mr. Toichi Itoh.

They are perennial, bush peonies in their growth habitat and display foliage and flowers reminiscent of their tree peony parent. They produce loads of flowers at maturity. Most intersectional peonies have exceptionally pleasant fragrance and are quite stately in any garden.

Intersectional peonies stand up well to all types of weather and never need staking. Like all peonies, they are deer resistant, too! And, unlike other herbaceous peonies with blossoms on the top of the plant, these are filled with blossoms all over the top and sides, too!

Plant bare root peonies in the fall or transplant from containers spring or fall.