The white and cream varieties are the rarest and are mainly found with crown shaped flower. They generally have a delicate scent: the white fresh and light, the cream more intense.
Tree peony of the Suffruticosa species with the following characteristics: Drooping bomb flower, that the Chinese describe as "Hortensia Hydrangea flower", in a very pale pink colour fading in a slightly darker nuance towards the base of the petals that lightens while blooming. Fairly vigorous shrub, robust and compact, but naturally drooping because of the weight of the flowers. Pointy leaves in a fascinating medium green colour, that fades to yellow at the end of the summer, purple-brown veins. Delicate pleasant scent. Late flowering time.
Tree peony of the suffruticosa species with the following characteristics: white crown shaped flower, sometimes delicately shaded in pink.
A flower with a variable shape (from single to crown) of a rare cream colour. Delicate perfume. Erect standing. Medium-late flowering.
P. rockii tree peony Semi-double white flower with dark purple flame-shaped marks. Erect standing. Late flowering.