Two or three rows of white petals surround a rich center of deep gold staminoids.
Rounded ivory guard petals surround double center of light pink, canary yellow and ivory
Duchess de Nemours
A fragrant early white double that has remained a popular choice for more than 100 years.
Two rows of large, bright-white petals surrounding a large center of brilliant gold petaloids.
Large, fragrant flowers feature distinctive flecks of crimson.
Flowers feature a white to light lime green base with white and lime streaking on the petals which are tipped by soft pink accents.
Lightly fragrant, brilliant white blooms top 26-inch stems on this sturdy landscape peony.
Eskimo Pie peony
Puts out a blizzard of white double blooms on a compact 26-inch stems.
It's anemone-to-bomb flower form features a mix of yellow to white petals and petaloides at its center.
Single white peony with yellow stamens, 34-inch tall stems. Award of Landscape Merit winner.
This compact charmer grows to just 22-inches in height.
Deeply cut white petals in single or semidouble form.
Amalia Olson, a double white peony. APS Gold Medal Winner
Magnificent white, double blooms that are very large and feature an exquisite rose-like fragrance
A white cutflower classic. The plant is more compact than many, topping out at about 28 inches, but its blooms are large and nicely formed.
Two-time winner of the American Peony Society's Gold Medal.
This blush white gets its name from its large, double flowers which are a lovely gardenia form.
Creamy white guard petals with a large tuft of light lemon-yellow petaloids.
Very fragrant. It’s large cream-white outer petals guard a large cluster of golden yellow petaloids.
This large-petaled, fully double peony holds its flowers up well on sturdy 26-inch stems.
A Japanese lactiflora, boasts lots of double white blooms heavily streaked by raspberry red stripes.
Rare apple-green guard petals create the base for a central tuft of creamy white petals and petaloides.
Very early blooming, single pinkish coral fading to cream with lavender flares.