Peony Northwind Maiden

Peony Northwind Maiden is an early salmon double pink Peony Herbaceous Hybrid. Large clear pink double flowers carried on large plants with broad leaves. This plant’s parentage is unknown due to the loss of Bill Seidl’s locator/data book in the early 2000’s. Grown from seed in the late 70’s and located along a back lot line for nearly 30 years before it was divided and brought to Solaris Farms, Northwind Maiden has been a standout since. This plant is likely a sib to the popular Manitowoc Maiden, but is quite distinct. Distributed widely in Europe under seedling number #Seidl H-1. The form is a loose double (petals not densely packed) with broad guard petals and smaller notched and feathered interior segments. Flowers open a clear deep pink and then fade irregularly producing a visual bonanza. Typically the reproductive structures are not visible, but fully intact red stigmas and light yellow filaments are often produced. Carpels are green. Disc is obscure. Flowers are very rounded overall and carried on sturdy stems which lean outward slightly, but do not touch the ground. Average height 28 inch / 71 cm. Plants are fast growing and produce a canopy of wide hybrid foliage. One flower per stem. Excellent bud covers prevent damage during early wet season conditions. Fertile pollen and sets seed on complete flowers. Plants in Northeast Wisconsin are often subjected to high winds, often from the north, due to our proximity to Lake Michigan. This ‘maiden’ has certainly seen her fair share of these winds over the years. Parentage: Unknown (likely from Quad hybrids containing P. macrophylla). Seidl / Bremer, Solaris, 2021, USA).

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Bare root size: 3/5 eye
Size Weight
3/5 eye 250 gram
Quantity per standard box:

Perennial Box Size (standard) = 24" x 16" x 9" or, 60cm x 40cm x 23cm

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Peony Northwind Maiden is one of the many rare Pink Peonies that we grow at Peony Nursery Peony Shop Holland

Regarding Peony growers ""

Peony Grower Peony Shop Holland right now specifically concentrates on getting exceptional, outstanding prime quality peonies. This has not been always the situation. This specific company has an unique background with the starting point in the year 1875 together with Simon Scholten who was basically growing fresh vegetables for her income.

During the year 2001 this company put together their unique modern marketing and advertising-label & logo "" and after that they started focusing on improving unique peonies. In the year 2002 the particular firm launched their very own shop on the internet", the: with Peonies & Buxus. During the year 2003 Joshua Scholten started off on with raising peonies. Than in year 2004 this institution began to export peonies originating from the Netherlands all-around European countries, America and also Asia.

Currently our peony nursery is specialized in growing and spreading exclusive, high quality peony roots that can be marketed and released globally. Furthermore we also cut peonies primarily supporting the Dutch peony flower market place.

The things we pride:
  • The superior quality of our products
  • The capability to foreign trade international
  • Our new enormous assortment of salmon pink peonies like Northwind Maiden
  • The Peony nursery of high potential salmon pink Peonies for cut-flower production

About growing Peony Northwind Maiden a Lavender Pink Peony flower

Fall is undoubtedly a suitable period of time regarding seeding peonies. Pretty much all peony plants are generally unbelievably long-lived plants staying around nearly fifty to a max of seventy years, so once you get the peonies placed in the right way, an individual will definitely get pleasure from the peonies for years and years. The plants like a shiny location having a well-drained dirt. A good air movement available the peonies can also be important. All of these settings help these plants to stay away from sickness issues. To arrange the seeding hole meant for a bare-root peony, dig the ground to some depth around 12-18inch. Make use of garden tools to release the edges of the growing hole as well. It is very pretty important that the particular "eyes, ", or growth, nodes, situated close to the bottom of the old stem, end up no more than Two inch under the ground surface area.