Peony Season-Part One

We arrived home last night from our trip to Oregon, where we enjoyed some outstanding gardens. But the weather last night in northwest Indiana was so Pacific Northwest-ish: cold and rainy that we felt as if we were still on vacation. I missed very few peonies; most seem as if they were waiting for us to return home.
Peony 'Exotic Sunflower' took 4 years to bloom, but it has a nice fragrance.
We missed 'Roselette', which bloomed the day we left,
but enjoyed 'Roselette's Child'.
It's obvious how this peony got its name: 'Abalone Pearl'.
'Paladin' practically glows amidst its coral companions.
Two coral varieties: in the foreground is 'Coral Sunset' with 'Pink Hawaiian
Coral' and a 'Paladin' in the background.

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