Lady Alexander Duff is best described as a light pink peony that is much daintier than Sarah Bernhardt. Its flowers are more rose-like in shape than the bomb-type Sarah Bernhardt which blooms a little later than Lady A. Duff. This fragrant peony does well in gardens and is sought after in the floral industry as a cut flower for bridal bouquets.
Pair Lady Alexander Duff with Gardenia (white) and Mother's Choice (blush) for a truly lavish and romantic pairing.
|Kelway, 1902||Lactiflora||Double||Mid||Pink||3 ft||Yes|