Big blush, rose-shaped flowers that sometimes have streaks of red characterize Nick Shaylor making it popular for events and in the garden. No two flowers are the same! Can't decide between Nick Shaylor and Shirley Temple for a late-blooming blush peony? Nick Shaylor is a tall plant that has big flowers containing more pink in them, while Shirley's flowers are whiter and the plant is shorter.
Want them both? Shirley will flower a little earlier than Nick, so if you can't decide, planting them both will give you a nice overlay of blush tones, just be sure to plant Nick behind Shirley!
|Shaylor/Allison, 1931||Lactiflora||Double||Late||Pink||3 ft||Yes|