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Peony Hot Chocolate

$75.00
Unusual flower form and colour, strong stems. Bloom time: late midseason. Stems don't need to be supported. 3-5 eye roots. Henry Sass/Helen Reynolds, 1971 Bare root plant. Can be mailed or picked up in fall.

Peony Myrtle Gentry

$85.00 $65.00
Probably, the most fragrant peony! 3-5 eye root Available in fall. Fall is the best time to plant peonies, because they need cold weather to grow their roots and establish in the new location.

Peony tree Shimadajin

$65.00
Potted plant. Available in Halifax right now or by mail in fall.

Peony White Innocence (Prof. Saunders peony)

$69.00
Tall and upright, prolific bloomer, does not need its stems supported. Rarely offered classic variety. Tremendously floriferous. Taller than any other peony. Bred by Prof. Arthur Saunders. 3-5 eye roots. Available for fall.

Peter Brand Peony

$75.00
Available for fall 2020, by mail anywhere in Canada or pick up in Halifax. Bare root plant. Size: 3-5-eye root.   Fall is the best time to plant peonies, as they need cold time to establish their roots.

Pink Firefly Peony

$59.00 $45.00
May 20 update: 1 plant left. Strong stems; interesting garden subject. Fragrant. Looks great in bouquets. Hybridizer: Roy G. Khelm Height: 30″ Bloom time: early Hardiness zone: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Peonies should be grown in a full sun, well draining location. Plant peony roots in humus-rich soil and cover the roots with 1-2 inches of dirt; when planted too deep they won’t flower. A peony plant can live for 50 years or longer and requires little care. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid peonies. 2-gallon pot.

Sarah Bernhardt Peony

$30.00
Sarah Bernhardt Peony is a long-time favourite with delightful fragrance and perfectly formed double blooms. A reliable bloomer; makes a great cut flower. Try Sarah Bernhardt peony in a bouquet or float a flower in a bowl. 2-3 eye root. Hardiness zone: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Bloom time: late season. Awards: Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid peonies. Plant peonies no deeper than 1-2 inches, or then might not flower. Choose a well-draining, sunny location. Peonies may not bloom the first year as they dislike being moved. But once established, they can live for 50 years or longer.

Simkins’ Best Pink Tree Peony

$170.00
Simkins' Best Pink Tree Peony One of the finest pink tree peonies introduced by the founder of Canadian Peony society, John Simkins. Visitors' favourite in tree peony gardens! Grown without use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. Cultivar: Rockii Bloom time: late-season (compared to other tree peonies) Growth habit at maturity (10 years old): 4′ tall and 3′ wide Hardiness zone: 4-9 Hybridizer: Simkins Plant size: Will likely bloom its second spring in the ground. Available by mail in fall 2020. 

Souvenir de Maxime Cornu Tree Peony

$190.00
Shipping in fall 2020.  Souvenir de Maxime Cornu Tree Peony. Very large, double flowers. Cut flowers make a great display when floated in a bowl. A variety that has stood the test of time; it was initially introduced over 100 years ago. A magnificent specimen. Cultivar: Lutea hybrid Bloom time: late season. Growth habit at maturity (10 years old): 4.5′ tall and 3′ wide Hardiness zone: 4-9 Hybridizer: Louis Henry, 1897 or 1907. Plant size: May bloom in its first or second spring. Lightly fragrant. Grown without use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. Deer resistant.  

Spider Green Peony

$65.00 $59.00
Spider Green Peony looks striking in floral arrangements. Unusual form and style. Hybridizer: Roy G. Khelm Height: 30″ Bloom time: midseason Hardiness zone: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Peonies should be grown in a full sun, well draining location. Plant peony roots in humus-rich soil and cover the roots with 1-2 inches of dirt; when planted too deep they won’t flower. A peony plant can live for 50 years or longer and requires little care. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid peonies.  

Summer Glow Peony (Court of Honor winner)

$145.00
Breathtaking colour, extraordinary in all kinds of shades of champagne and pastel. A rare beauty. Slow to propagate, and for that reason rarely offered. Exhibition quality, has been several times a Court of Honor winner at national shows. Does not need its stems supported. Hybridizer: Don Hollingsowth, 1992. Plant size: bare root, 3-5 eye roots.

Thunderbolt Tree Peony (Saunders)

$170.00 $163.00
Thunderbolt Tree Peony Another beautiful introduction by Professor Saunders. Grown without use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. Cultivar: Lutea hybrid Bloom time: late-season (compared to other tree peonies) Growth habit at maturity (10 years old): 3'-4′ tall and 4′ wide, spreading habit. Hardiness zone: 4-9 Hybridizer: Saunders, 1948 Plant size: Will likely bloom its second spring in the ground. Available by mail in fall 2020. Or pick up in Halifax.

White Swallow Tail Flecked with Gold Tree Peony

$170.00 $163.00
White Swallow Tail Flecked with Gold Tree Peony Large, stunning flowers with a sweet fragrance. Grown without use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. Cultivar: Chinese rockii tree peony Bloom time: late-season (compared to other tree peonies) Growth habit at maturity (10 years old): 4′ tall and 4′ wide, upright and semi-spreading habit. Hardiness zone: 4-9 Plant size: 1-2 woody stems with offshoot buds and the start of more branching. Will likely bloom its second spring in the ground. Available by mail in fall 2020. Or pick up in Halifax.
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A peony (unknown variety! Surprise)

$19.00
A beautiful peony that lost its name tag. No HST on any purchases. Pick up in Halifax (anytime until October) or available by mail in fall.
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A peony (unknown variety! Surprise) x3plants

$57.00
Available by mail or pick up in Halifax. No HST on any purchases.
Abraham Darby David Austin rose
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Abraham Darby Rose (David Austin) (for Spring 2021)

$57.00$63.00
Abraham Darby rose is a very prolific bloomer. If you deadhead the spent blooms, it will bloom throughout the entire growing season. Strong fruity fragrance. Prefers a location in full sun. USDA hardiness zone: 5. Survives the winter in Halifax area and Yarmouth. In other areas: after the first hard frost, pile up about a foot of soil around the base of the rose. It survives most winters, but once every few years the top growth can be lost, but it will regrow. Available as a bare root plant or in pots. Won’t be mailed. Pick up in Halifax. Bare root pick-up: Bare root plants need to be picked up and planted within 2-3 days of their arrival to us. Tentatively, in the first week of May, but may vary by a couple of days. A notification of roses arriving will be posted on our Facebook page about 1-2 weeks ahead of time. Roses can be planted in the garden in early May; they are hardy and won’t mind an occasional night freeze. If you might not be able to pick up and plant your rose promptly, consider selecting “potted plant” option instead. Planting information and growing guide: https://halifaxperennials.ca/growing-guides
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Black currants (pack of 6 plants). Grown without chemicals.

$90.00 $60.00
Available now. Packed with vitamins and nutrients. Has more vitamin C than oranges or tomatoes! Rich flavour. Berries can be eaten fresh, frozen, or used in jams and pies. Leaves can be used in tea. Grown without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. Volume discount. Young plants, will bring fruit in 2 years or so. Regular price: $15 each. Bundle price: $12 each. No HST on any purchases. Pick up in Halifax.

Bob Peony

Had just two of these for fall. Sold out within 24 hours!
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Climbing rose Eden
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Climbing Rose Eden (for Spring 2021)

$34.00$39.00
Large, old fashioned blooms with a blend of pastels, creams and yellows. Vigorous climber. Reblooms. Available for spring 2020 as a bare root plant or in a pot (choose an option). Early bird discount is valid until October 31. Roses won't be available by mail. Pick up in Halifax.   Any bare root roses should be picked up within 1-2 days of arrival to us. You will be notified of the pick-up dates ahead of time via email or phone (a day in late April to early May). Upon pick-up, bare root roses should be planted right away or temporarily planted in a pot. If the order is not picked up on time, the rose will be potted for you to keep it from drying out, and you will be charged a potting fee. Potted roses can be picked up within a week or two of their arrival (until May 16 or so). Planting a bare root rose: Soak the roots (or the whole rose) for an hour or two. Dig up a hole twice as deep and wide as the rose root ball. Add some good soil and compost, mix well and water well. Plant rose in the wet soil mix. Water weekly unless there was a good amount of rain or the weather is hot and dry. Top-dress with compost twice a year: each spring and summer; alternatively, rose fertilizer can be used.
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Climbing Rose Golden Showers. Award-winning, long-blooming.

$34.00$39.00
Golden Showers rose is a continuous bloomer spring through fall. Can tolerate some shade. Deadheading encourages continued bloom. Excellent cut flower. Awards: 1957 All-America Rose Selection (the most prestigious rose award in the USA). Available for spring 2020 as a bare root plant or in a pot (choose an option). Early bird discount is valid until October 31. Roses won't be available by mail. Pick up in Halifax.   Any bare root roses should be picked up within 1-2 days of arrival to us. You will be notified of the pick-up dates ahead of time via email or phone (a day in late April to early May). Upon pick-up, bare root roses should be planted right away or temporarily planted in a pot. If the order is not picked up on time, the rose will be potted for you to keep it from drying out, and you will be charged a potting fee. Potted roses can be picked up within a week or two of their arrival (until May 16 or so). Planting a rose: If the rose is in a pot, water it well; if it is bare root, soak the roots (or the whole rose) for an hour or two. Dig up a hole twice as deep and wide as the rose root ball. Add some good soil and compost, mix well and water well. Plant rose in the wet soil mix. Carefully spread the roots in different directions. Water weekly unless there was a good amount of rain or the weather is hot and dry. Top-dress with compost twice a year: each spring and summer; alternatively, rose fertilizer can be used.
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David Austin roses pre-order

Check here: https://halifaxperennials.ca/product-category/david-austin-roses-2021/

Everbearing Raspberry (5 plants)

$30.00
Red raspberry, everbearing (5 plants). Variety: "Heritage". Two crops: summer and early fall. 5 for $30 ($6 each)      
peony fernleaf (tenuifolia) Itoba
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Fern leaf peony ‘Itoba’ (for Spring 2021)

Sold out for 2020. Expected to be in stock for spring 2021 (by mail or pick up in Halifax). Please check back in January/February. 2-3 eye roots Rare peony with attractive, deeply divided foliage. Single flower. Hardiness zone: 2 Ships bare root.

Francois Ortegat Peony

Sold out for 2020. Expected for spring 2021 (by mail or pick up in Halifax). ************************* Francois Ortegat peony is one of our three top best selling peonies! Dark red peonies are rarely fragrant; peony Francois Ortegat is a wonderful exception. Rarely offered heirloom French peony. Comparable price: $38 to $45 2-3 eye root Colour: deep magenta, deep purple crimson Fragrant: Yes Bloom time: mid-late Height: 2.5 ft Width: 2.5 ft Hardiness: 4, 5, 6, 7

John Cabot Climbing Rose

$45.00 $39.00
Blooms throughout the season. Blooms are quite full, up to 40 petals each. Grows to about 8 ft tall. Moderately fragrant. Very disease resistant and undemanding. Bare root plant.

Lollipop Itoh Peony

$85.00
Lollipop Itoh Peony 2-3 eye root. Hardiness zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Fragrant Height: 2 ft. Itoh peonies, also known as intersectional peonies, have strong stems and don't require staking, and are deer and rabbit resistant. Itoh peony flowers have short vase life.