Intersectional - ITOH - Peony with double yellow flowers.
Considered by many to be Roger Anderson’s best Intersectional Peony introduction. We have to agree, this plant gets a gold star in our book!
A mature plant of ‘Bartzella’ is incredibly elegant looking, with flowers neatly spaced on the top and sides of the clump. Established clumps can produce 80 or more flowers apiece! The semi-double to double, pastel yellow flowers have a small rose purple flare in the center and a pronounced sweet fragrance. They measure 6-8 inches across on average.
Healthy green foliage similar to that of a tree peony forms an impressively sturdy clump to 3ft tall and wide. Unlike some garden peonies, the foliage of this plant looks great from spring through fall and is substantial enough to be grown in place of a small shrub in the landscape.
Blooms from May-June..
Grows about 2-3 feet tall. USDA Zones 4-8.
- USDA Hardiness Zone
- 4 through 8
- Bloom Time
- Late Spring
- Bloom Color
- Mature Height
- 3-4 feet
- Attracts Bees & Butterflies
- Gardening Tips
- Proper planting depth is most critical, the crown should be planted 1½ - 2 inches below soil level.