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Sorbet is a fragrant pink and white confection with a tall crown of fluffy petaloids and a spectacular presence. This plant was discovered in a South Korean orchard in the 1980s by a Dutch horticulturalist, and was brought back for commercial production. In addition to being unusual and exceptionally pretty, this peony is also very fragrant. Sorbet excels for cutting; the blooms last a week if snipped while in the plump bud stage.
Sorbet's handsome foliage looks great through out the growing season and responds to autumn's cooler temperatures by turning a beautiful red.
And be sure to check out "3 Things to Know Before Buying Peonies" before making your final selections.
|Botanical Name:||Paeonia lactiflora Sorbet|
|Common Name:||Peony Sorbet, syn. Eden's Perfume|
|Growing Zones:||Zones 3-7|
|Flower Color:||Pink and white flowers|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||3-5 eye bareroot plant|
|Bloom Timing:||Blooms midseason|
|Pkg. Count:||1 healthy bare root plant|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Peony Planting Guide|
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