- Lavender pink to soft pink flowers
- Blooms late spring to early summer
- Plants seldom require staking
- Cross between bush and tree peony
- Deer tend to avoid
The fragrant, pink flowers are sure to delight when the open in late spring to early summer. The lavender pink flowers are tipped with silvery pink hues, giving them a wonderful shimmering look. A cross between a herbaceous or bush peony and a tree peony, Impossible Dream Itoh Peony grows 30-36 inches tall and seldom requires staking. The foliage stays attractive throughout the season. The flowers attract butterflies and pollinators-and deer tend to pass them by. These hardy, vigorous, long-lived perennials grow best in full sun. Zones 4-9.