High Noon

Group: Shrubby hybrid

Year Registered: 1952

Breeder/registrant: Saunders

Parentage: x

Registration description:
Official registration can be found at: The American Peony Society

Semi-double bright yellow; tall plant; flowers well held up. A re-bloomer. Flares crimson; filaments short, uneven lengths, reddish. Stigmas cream; sheath pale cream.


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Peony ‘High Noon’ may possibly be one of Professor Saunders most well known hybrid tree peonies. It was introduced in 1952, a year before his death. Unusual for tree peonies, it blooms not only in late spring but also again in late summer or early fall. ‘High Noon’ has lemon yellow buds that open to a buttery yellow blossom with deep red flares at the base and carries a light but sweet lemon fragrance. Its blooms can reach 8” in diameter and will fade as it matures through beautiful tones of primrose and cream. Lucky for us, it is known as one of the easiest tree peonies to grow. . . Originator: A.P. Saunders Date: 1952 United States Group: Hybrid Tree Peony Color: Yellow Form: Semidouble Fragrance: Slight Season: Late spring and again in Fall Height: 5-6 feet . . . #peonies #peony #yellowpeony #peoniesaremyfavorite #peonyflower #peoniesplease

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