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2021 Seed List

The American Peony Society’s Seed Distribution Program has a wide variety of outstanding seeds available each year. Choices from the following groups are available: P. lactiflora cultivars, herbaceous hybrids, woody (tree) species, herbaceous species, woody Hybrid (P. suffruticosa) and woody hybrid (Rockii, Gansu Mudan lineage). Most seed is the result of open pollination, meaning the pollen parent is unknown, which can produce a wide variation of seedling flower color, form and size. Although seeds are listed by parent flower color and form, it is wise to remember peony seedlings will not be copies of their parents and resulting color and form will likely be different.

Seed packets are available to APS Members each year through July 31, while supply lasts. Information regarding: available seed, ordering, prices and shipping can be found within the seed list or in the Resource blocks at the bottom of the page.

2021 Seed List… Now Closed for 2021

Ordering Seed…Refer to the Seed List to fill in the form below with selections you would like. When completed, click Submit. The Seed Program Chair will send an order received confirmation (do not pay after this email). Allow an additional 2-3 for the Seed Program Chair to send an Inventory Confirmation and Payment Request. Upon receipt of the Inventory/Payment confirmation, please make payment within 5 business days. Once payment is received, the Seed Program Chair will ship your order (allow up to 3 weeks for mailed seeds to arrive. See Instructions and Terms for further ordering details.

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Peony Seed Fact #1

Some peony seed have large amounts of dormancy and may require more than 2 years to begin growing (most are more cooperative)!

Peony Seed Fact #2

The first leaf that a peony produces is called a 'Plumule' and is usually three lobed. These first leaves do not closely resemble mature foliage.