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APS 2014 Online Fall Auction

APS Members Only

 

Preview Auction Items: October 5 - 10, 2014!

Auction Bids Accepted: October 11 – 12, 2014!

Beginning at Noon CDT on Saturday,
bids will be accepted until 5:00 pm CDT on Sunday.

Please read before bidding:

→ You must be an American Peony Society member to bid.

→ There is a shipping and handling fee (US $15.00 or All Other Countries, except France, $85.00) for each cultivar or collection. The winning bidder will pay the bid amount plus shipping and handling. No shipments to France.

→ E-mail bidding will begin at Noon CDT on Saturday, October 11th and e-mail bids will be accepted until 5:00 pm CDT on Sunday, October 12th. Send your bids to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

→ Place your bids by sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Make sure your e-mail includes your name, cultivar name (and number, in some cases) and bid amount. Top bids will be posted on the website as often as possible.

→ Winning bidders and donors will be notified by e-mail on Monday, October 13th. Information on amount to pay will be included.

→ Payment (Winning Bid + Shipping/Handling fee) must be made via PayPal, Discover, Visa or MasterCard within 24 hours of notification — no exceptions, please.

→ Winning bidders’ peonies will be shipped Fall 2014.


All proceeds to benefit the American Peony Society. 

Cultivars listed in RED can be shipped to winning bidders in the US / Canada / and All Other Countries [no shipping to France].

All other cultivars ship only to winning bidders in the US.
 

Allan Rogers

(Seidl/Wierstra 2008) Lactiflora, large flowers are packed with pure white petals and are nicely fragrant. The plant is nicely compact at 24" tall and is so sturdy that they flowers will remain upright. Named for legendary Peony grower, expert and author.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Ambrose Congreve

(Smithers 1994) Suffruticosa, single. Beautiful blush flushed with pink. Good flower substance on healthy, vigorous plants. Burgundy tints on early season foliage. Named for a famous gardener by his friend, Sir Peter Smithers.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

 

Current Bid = $0.00

Baron Thyssen Boremisza


(Smithers 1992) Suffruticosa, semi-double Unusually beautiful and large mauve blossoms with dark purple inner flares. Vigorous and floriferous with good stem strength. Has variety 'Joseph Rock' in its background.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = $0.00

Cora Louise

(Anderson 1986) Itoh Hybrid. Blooms are white with deep lavender flares, semi-double form, slightly fragrant. 24-inches tall, with dark green, deeply cut foliage similar to the tree peony parent and pleasing bush shape. Some fragrance. APS Exhibition “Court of Honor” in 2007.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Coral Sunset #1

(Wissing 1965) Early midseason. Semi-double, opens a deep orange-coral petal color, similar to that of ‘Coral Charm’, but more intense, has long broad petals, making a voluptuous flower. The petal color soon passes to a harmonious, light beige-yellow as the flower matures, especially in sunlight, flowers will display multiple colors on the same plant. The medium tall, strong, upright bush stands well, adapted to all uses.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Coral Sunset #2

(Wissing 1965) Early midseason. Semi-double, opens a deep orange-coral petal color, similar to that of ‘Coral Charm’, but more intense, has long broad petals, making a voluptuous flower. The petal color soon passes to a harmonious, light beige-yellow as the flower matures, especially in sunlight, flowers will display multiple colors on the same plant. The medium tall, strong, upright bush stands well, adapted to all uses.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Cytherea

(Saunders 1953) EM. Semi-double; many rich, deep pink, strongly cupped petals are long, forming an almost closed ball, wider open at higher temperatures. Medium-low height, flowers set close to the bush. Splendid specimen in the landscape, a winner on the show table. A Saunders Lobata of Perry Hybrid, presumed triploid, but has useable fertility. Gold Medal 1980.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Daedalus

(Daphnis 1995) Lutea hybrid. High quality, bright red and shiny flowers. Two rows of ruffled and fluted guard petals hold the flower form nicely. Vigorous, healthy grower.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = 0.00

Faithful Dream

(Stanek 2014) Semi-double hybrid. The name reflects the parentage ‘Old Faithful’ x ‘Salmon Dream’. This peony holds semi-double salmon pink flowers (mature plants my develop double flowers) that are up to 8 inches on strong 34” stems, allowing this plant to be a wonderful landscaper. The foliage is large, dark green, broadly pointed, and holds will into autumn, my produce some side buds. Vigorous increase and strong overall growth.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

First Arrival

(Anderson 1986) Itoh Hybrid. Lavender-pink, semi-double, midseason, 28" tall, intersectional. Pink to lavender semi-double with red flares. A rounded bush with dark green, deeply cut foliage. Flowers abundantly.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Garden Treasure

(Hollingsworth 1984) Itoh Hybrid. Heavily substanced petals open yellow gold, lightly flared scarlet, center green and cream with prominent pink stigmas; fragrant. Flowers are great in the garden or in the vase. Bush is vigorous, medium height, arching but stiff stems make a widely spreading silhouette. Well-grown plants may form up to a five-foot wide mound at maturity, yielding four to five dozen blossoms over an extended period. Cool green, semi-glossy leaflets are intermediate in form between the parents, leathery and durable. APS seedling Certificate of Merit 1984; several times chosen to the Court of Honor at exhibitions, has produced Grand Champion of the APS annual exhibition three times. Gold Medal Award 1996.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Golden Angel

(Laning/Klehm) Hybrid single. Beautiful, long lasting color from golden leaves. Newly emergent stems have red and gold color to add an intriguing accent to spring bulbs such as daffodils. Then, as the foliage completely unfurls it shows the striking, intense gold tones that inspired its name. As the season progresses it matures to soft yellow, and then mellows to a lighter green-yellow in mid summer. Single soft cream-yellow blossoms are lovely atop the foliage in spring. The leaves create a bright ribbon of color in our fields.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = 0.00

Hillary

(Anderson 1999) Itoh Hybrid. Intersectional, Mid- to early late-season. Petals are heavily washed old rose/deep pink with the innermost petals having prominent deep red flares at their base; semi-double. As mature blooms fade to cream, petal edges become delicately picoteed while the flares retain their color intensity. Foliage is dissected and semi-glossy, remaining green well into late fall. Bush is compact and wider than tall at maturity.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Joker #1

(Lanis/Rogers 2004) When this hybrid double blooms it opens in a dark pink and then matures to a white center with pink edges. An early-mid season opener with no noted fragrance. Stands at 32” with strong stems. According to Allan Rogers this is said to be a W.S. Bockstoce seedling.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Joker #2

(Lanis/Rogers 2004) When this hybrid double blooms it opens in a dark pink and then matures to a white center with pink edges. An early-mid season opener with no noted fragrance. Stands at 32” with strong stems. According to Allan Rogers this is said to be a W.S. Bockstoce seedling.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Lois' Choice

(Laning 1993) Herbaceous hybrid, Early mid-season. Closely packed, ruffled and furled petals build into a model type full double peony form. The wide, full center fits closely upon the large outer petals of the opened blossom, giving a neatly outlined silhouette. Medium size flowers are set close to the bush, the overall look is one of harmony. Foliage is a rich green, the leaflets of moderate size and closely set. Stems 26-30 inches at maturity, may be somewhat spreading.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Madame de Verneville

(Crousse 1885) Bomb Type; white petals, sometimes opens blush, sharp red highlights scattered over the upper third of the flower when fully opened. Fragrant; medium sized, excellent for floral bouquets. Stout, medium tall bush works well in the border. One of the most appreciated. Long available, but always in demand.

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

Minuet

(Franklin 1931) Light pink double, late, tall plant. Large, beautiful blooms which open well and keep well. Long stems clothed to the ground with healthy foliage - all the attributes of an excellent cut flower, or a tall variety for the back of the perennial border.

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

Miss America

(Mann/van Steen, 1936) A mid-season semi-double; large white petals, may open blush quickly passing white, with yellow stamens visible in most flowers; fragrant. Plants in a high state of growth develop large center petals, giving a mounded profile. Exhibition quality, frequently a show winner. Medium tall, strong grower, dark green leaflets, a big bush, excellent performer. Seed and pollen fertile, reported seed parent of Norma Volz. Gold Medal Award 1956.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Myrtle Gentry

(Brand 1925) A beautiful late light pink lactiflora that gradually fades to almost a pure white. The flower is perfect double form with great broad, nicely rounded petals of wonderful substance. Tints of salmon show through out the petals. Pleasantly fragrant. The stems are strong and hold the great flowers well above the foliage.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = 0.00

Old Rose Dandy

(Laning 1993) Itoh Hybrid. Midseason-Late midseason. Single, petals yellow-beige, with purplish rose blend at opening, the hues reminiscent of some hellebores. The purplish pigments pale as the flower matures, the underlying color remaining to petal fall. Prolific bloom, many four-inch, star like flowers cover the medium low, rounded bush and smallish, dark green leaflets—very harmonious.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Pastel Splendor

(Anderson/Seidl 1996) Itoh Hybrid. One of the finest Itoh hybrids. Magnificently large, 5-6", single multi-colored flowers whose creamy-white petals are highlighted by a prominent deep maroon basal flare. On opening, the petals are tinted a pale, clear pink along the edges. A light yellow-green center completes the glorious spectacle. A vigorous grower that will stand at 36”.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = $0.00

Paul M. Wild

(Wild & Son 1964) L. Full Double; light cardinal red; an unusual hue for its season, largely free of the dull purple tones seen in many Lactiflora reds. Exhibition quality, large, beautifully formed flowers. Medium tall, good foliage, stout stems, makes an upright bush; stems will bend with the heavy flowers. A splendid peony.

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

Pink Lemonade

(Klehm 1951) This mid-season bomb is a very desirable garden and vase lactiflora, Vigorous and upright, standing at 36”. The sparkling blossoms are a blend of yellow, pink and cream with a lovely fragrance.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Right Royal

(Saunders 1950) This Lutea Hybrid has creamy yellow semi-double flowers that are delicately and deliciously brushed with rose. Each blossom has deep raspberry flares emanating from the flower center.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = $0.00

Roselette

(Saunders 1950) Single; cupped petals are warm pink, sometimes streaked slightly darker; fragrant. Dependable, notably free of late frost injury to flower buds, although one of the few sorts we can call Very Early, often the first to bloom in many gardens.. Erect stems, medium tall, light green foliage is durable all season. Excellent landscape subject and a standout in the early perennials border. Triploid, but has useable fertility. Award of Landscape Merit.

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

Roy Pehrson’s Best Yellow

(Pehrson/Laning 1982) Hybrid, single. Abundant yellow flowers, broad rounded petals are lightly fluted and cupped. Medium height, a spreading but strong bush, vigorous; leaflets large, medium yellow green. Some side buds extend flowering. Said to be of the cross of a Saunders Quand F2x a Moonrise F2., a proven parent of wanted characters, tetraploid, very fertile.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Rozella

(Reath 1990) Herbaceous Hybrid, Late mid-season, medium height (approximately 31 inches) — A large, dark pink, double with petal tips lightening to silvery pink. Flowers open just above and contrast nicely with crisp, Side buds extend the season. Rozella’s stems are strong enough not to break during rough storms and rigid enough to remain standing upright. Award of Landscape Merit.

Donated by Oregon Perennial

Current Bid = $0.00

Ruffled Pink Petticoats

(Klehm 1998) Early blooming Suffruticosa Group. Beautifully ruffled and artistically arranged petals of a vivid, deep pink. Semi-double blooms are large and quite striking. Mature plants stand 36’-48’ tall.

Donated by Klehm’s Song Sparrow

Current Bid = $0.00

Salmon Dream

(Reath 1979) Herbaceous Hybrid. A light, salmon pink, semi-double with rounded, gently cupped petals that are creamier at their edges and flatten as the bloom develops. Petals possess good substance and a satin sheen. A center boss of yellow stamens surround light green carpels tipped with light pink stigmata. Younger plants are more apt to produce self-colored petaloids that emerge through its center, giving the bloom a fuller appearance. Stems are strong and erect, standing well during the bloom cycle and creating a tidy compact plant. Flowers nestle just above shiny, medium-dark green foliage that covers to the ground, a beautiful presentation of a bush in bloom. Post bloom bush is attractive. 2008 Gold Medal Winner and Award for Landscape Merit.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

Savage Splendor

(Saunders 1950) Lutea hybrid. Large single flowers of ivory, veined and edged with a deep rose and lavender. Flares are a deeper, darker rose and anthers are thick and golden. Each petal is uniquely twisted and ruffled. Neat and compact bush.

Donated by Song Sparrow

Current Bid = $0.00

Tenufolia Rubra Flore Plena

This fern leaf peony is one of the earliest herbaceous peonies to come up in the garden. Its small lipstick-red double blooms are carried atop 16-18-inch stems that feature finely cut, dainty leaves. A stunning addition to the spring garden. The plant and buds are extremely cold tolerant, but it must be grown in well drained soil or a raised bed in full all-day sun. The plant tends to go dormant in early summer and should not be over watered at that time.

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

Top Brass

(Klehm 1968) Lactiflora. Wide ivory guard petals surround a large bomb flower of canary yellow highlighted with light pink petaloids in the center; light fragrance; a fine cut flower and a garden showpiece; plant height to about 28".

Donated by Fina Gardens

Current Bid = $0.00

White Cap #1

(Winchell 1956) Stunning Japanese style flowers with deep, raspberry red guard petals surrounding a center of ivory white staminodes. Excellent plant habit and prolific bloom makes this a perennial favorite. Side-buds extend the bloom season. Wonderfully fragrant! Awarded the APS Gold Medal in 1991 and Award of Landscape Merit in 2009.

Donated by Gold City

Current Bid = $0.00

White Cap #2

(Winchell 1956) Stunning Japanese style flowers with deep, raspberry red guard petals surrounding a center of ivory white staminodes. Excellent plant habit and prolific bloom makes this a perennial favorite. Side-buds extend the bloom season. Wonderfully fragrant! Awarded the APS Gold Medal in 1991 and Award of Landscape Merit in 2009.

Donated by Gold City

Current Bid = $0.00

White Innocence

(Saunders 1947) E-EM. Single; very tall, each graceful stem has several pure white single blooms, with greenish centers. Open plant habit imparts a lacy look. Unique and lovely.

Donated by Tim Stanek

Current Bid = $0.00

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