Paeonia itoh | The ultimate garden peony

Itoh peonies are originated from a cross between lactiflora (general peony) and suffruticosa (tree peony). As a result, the plant develops below the soil as a normal peony (easy to divide) and above the soil as a tree peony. This results in the ultimate garden peony. One with a high decorative value.

When an itoh peony has been grown for several years, it is not unusual for the plant to produce fifty flowers or more. After flowering the itoh peony is still a beautiful garden plant with a high decorative value. Green Works has an large assortment. All varieties are planted on our growing locations. If you are interested you can visit the field by making an appointment. We grow peonies in Limburg (two years of growing).

We supply young, healthy planting material, true to variety and true to size.

Peonies in all languages

This is how Peonies are called in other countries:

United States: peony, peonies, growing peonies, planting peonies; Poland: Piwonie, uprawa piwonii, sadzenie piwonii; Italy: Peonia, coltivare le peonie, piantare le peonie; UK: peony, peonies, growing peonies, planting peonies; Canada: peony, peonies, growing peonies, planting peonies; France: Pivoine, culture de pivoines, plantation de pivoines; Germany: Pfingstrose, Pfingstrosen anbauen, Pfingstrosen pflanzen; South-Korea: 모란, 모란 재배, 모란 심기; Finland: Pioni, pionien kasvattaminen, istutus pionit; Sweden/Sverige: Pioner, odling av pioner, plantering av pioner; Kazakhstan: пион, пиондар, пиондарды өсіру, пиондарды отырғызу, pïon, pïondar, pïondardı ösirw, pïondardı otırğızw


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