- White flowers blushed with pink
- Blooms in late spring
- Attracts pollinators
- Stunning cut flower
- Deer tend to avoid
A low-maintenance perennial that's sure to be a star in your garden! Shirley Temple Peony's large, white double flowers are blushed and dappled with soft pink hues. Fragrant flowers attract pollinators. Treasured as cut flowers, these garden classics bloom in late spring. Peonies are long-lived perennials that have few pest and disease problems—and they're deer resistant. Plant several in a row to create a low-growing, low-maintenance hedge that never needs pruning. Or plant as a specimen plant in the sunny mixed perennial bed. Grows 30-32 in. tall with a similar spread. Plant in full sun to partial shade. No. 1 root divisions with 2-3 eyes. Zones 3-8.