THAT WILL LOOK GREAT IN YOUR GARDEN
Peonies are a timeless classic in flower gardening, known for their large and showy blooms. They can be planted in a mass grouping or incorporated into a well-planned flower garden with complementary plants like irises, alliums, and salvia. With their easy-to-care-for nature, peonies are an excellent addition to any landscape.
Get your cottage garden off to a stunning start with our handpicked selection of perfect companion plants for peonies! From delicate irises to bold alliums and everything in between, we've got you covered with the best plants to complement your gorgeous peonies.
The Bearded Iris is a frilly and colorful flower named after its drooping petals that resemble a beard. With a wide range of colors, this unique bloom adds whimsy and charm to any garden.
Say hello to the Columbine, a delicate perennial with a striking two-layered petal design! Bursting with clusters of sunny yellow buds at its center, this flower's unique color scheme is sure to complement any garden.
Roses are the world's most popular flowers, thanks to their vast range of colors and sizes that make them perfect for any garden. They thrive best in warmer climates and make great companions for peonies.
Foxgloves are colorful, cone-shaped flowers that attract bumblebees with their charming drooping petals in shades of purple or pink, and speckled interiors.
Introducing Lavender, the small and dainty flower with a unique purple hue and fuzzy texture! While its blooms may be small, this flower is famous for its distinctive aroma and essential oil.
Geraniums are the ultimate garden companion with their diverse shapes, sizes, and colors that can complement any landscape.
Looking for a unique flower to add to your garden? Azaleas have delicate white petals with pink accents and dainty pink buds that cluster together to create a stunning shrub-like display.