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