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ALABAMA BEAUTY

Red. Loose peony form. Flowers are 2 1/2-3 in. Vigorous full upright growth. Early blooming.

GROWER NOTES:.

This is a vigorous, upright growing sasanqua that came from Tom Dodd Nursery in Alabama. The flower is a 3" peony form and a solid red which begins blooming in Middle Georgia as early as late Sept.






CECILLA

Large peony form. White with a tinge of delicate pink on edge of petals. Compact strong growth.

GROWER NOTES:

Cecilla has a terrific bloom usually 3 1/2 inches or so. Growth habit is full and upright but not a vigorous leggy growth.










COTTON CANDY

Clear pink. Medium semi-double with ruffled petals.








FALLING STAR

Single white with an occasional hint of palest pink on petal edge. Blooms to 4” with creped petals. Upright growth

GROWER NOTES:

Full upright growth makes this white a good choice for screens & hedges.









KANJIRO

Rose pink shading to rose red on edges of petals. Small to medium semidouble.

GROWER NOTES:

Kanjiro is a Hiemalis specie and as such blooms fairly late in the Fall season. It can pass for red or pink and is a good upright grower.






KELSEY BEASLEY

Red. Medium to large semi-double with crinkled petals.

GROWER NOTES:

Very large (4") bloom on an upright growing plant. Hybridized by Marvin Jernigan of Warner Robins, Ga. Lots of potential, specimen or screen.







LESLIE ANN

White tipped reddish lavender. Small semi-double with irregular petals to peony form.

GROWER NOTES:

I often describe Leslie Ann as a miniature 'Betty Sheffield Supreme'. Great bloom wins in its category if entered still a little tight. Small dark green leaves on compact upright plant.









LISA

Deep pink. Double to loose formal. Vigorous compact growth.







MAIDEN'S BLUSH

GROWER NOTES:

Simple, light pink bloom. Excellent full growing, upright plant for hedges.







MARIE KIRK

Multi-petal formal double to rose form double. Pure white blooms to 3.5”. Very upright growth.

GROWER NOTES:

The blooms of Marie Kirk could pass for Alba Plena they are so much alike. However like all sasanqua, when mature they shatter. Fast, upright growing plant.












MINE-NO-YUKI

White small semi-double to loose peony form.          

GROWER NOTES:.

Great white bloom. Plant tends to "wallow" out rather than grow upright. Will train to a trellis or wall well but requires staking to grow upright.









OUR LINDA

Pink. Medium rose form double.

GROWER NOTES:

Of all the pinks, this is my favorite. Great bloom, full growing plant, can take pruning well.









PINK SNOW

Light pink with lavender trace. Small semi-double.









RAINBOW

White with each petal bordered red. Medium single.

GROWER NOTES:

Great interesting bloom. Compact plant but for us it seems to be more difficult to grow than most sasanquas. Once in landscape it does well.









SETSUGEKKA

White. Medium to large semi-double.

GROWER NOTES:

Very good, upright growing white.






SHISHI-GASHIRA

Red. Small semi-double to rose form double. Low growing.

GROWER NOTES:

Great low growing (to 4') variety that can be used in foundation plantings. Also a Hiemalis specie and thus fairly late blooming.









SPARKLING BURGANDY

Ruby rose overlaid with sheen of lavender. Small to medium peony form with intermingled stamens and petaloids.

GROWER NOTES:

Great bloom. To make it into a hedge will require pruning & training but when in full bloom it will make all the effort worthwhile.









YULETIDE

Orange red. Small single.

GROWER NOTES:

Late blooming red. Often blooms are available at Christmas. Smaller, compact grower. Asked for by name-our best selling sasanqua.