9-inch Blooms by the Many Dozen

Bartzella Peony

Bareroot
Item # 49335
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The Gold Standard for Master Gardeners!

Exquisite Paeonia Produces Amazing Lemon-Yellow Flowers!
This Itoh Hybrid, which�sold for more than $1,000 a division as late as 1999,�is today�mercifully much more affordable! Yet�it remains unsurpassed among�Peony�for beauty, fragrance, or sheer�floriferousness. With blooms measuring 9 inches across, fully double and redolent of zesty lemon,�'Bartzella' would be remarkable�without the vigor to produce more than 80 flowers a season on a single plant.

The flowers are simply magnificent, whorled like a rose but�larger and longer-lived.�The outer layers are a creamy meringue,�dee[er yellow toward the center, where hints of a red base�are visible as the bloom unfolds.�Arguably the finest�cutflower,�'Bartzella'�hold up resiliently�for several weeks in the vase, their scent remaining�fresh. Just one plant will perfume the garden and keep your vases full.

An intersectional or Itoh hybrid, a very special class of Peonies with parentage from both Tree and Herbaceous species,�'Bartzella' bloom between the Tree Peonies and their Herbaceous cousins,�providing a range of superior traits: shrubby habit, fragrance, luscious�color and larger bloom size, excellent resistance to Peony Blight, tolerance of heat, humidity, cold, and poor soil, and extended bloom season.

Growing to 3 feet�in height�and�width in sun or light shade, it�is untroubled by rabbits or deer, and is quite long-lived, blooming dependably for decades. Peonies flower in late spring or early summer, and often need plant supports to hold up their bounty of huge blooms. Although most frequently�displayed as�a cutflower,�'Bartzella' are�delightful�in the garden, the flowers holding for weeks. Zones 3-8.

Genus
Paeonia
Variety
'Bartzella'
Item Form
Bareroot
Zone
3 - 8
Bloom Start to End
Late Spring - Early Summer
Habit
Upright
Plant Height
3 ft
Plant Width
3 ft
Bloom Size
9 in
Additional Characteristics
Double Blooms, Easy Care Plants, Fragrance, Free Bloomer
Bloom Color
Red, Yellow
Foliage Color
Dark Green
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture Requirements
Moist,  well-drained
Resistance
Cold Hardy, Deer Resistance, Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant, Pest Resistant
Soil Tolerance
Clay, Normal,  loamy, Poor
Uses
Border, Cut Flowers
Restrictions
*Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

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