Our Artificial Peony named after ‘Dr Alexander Flemming’ is very close to the real thing. The double flowers are pink with slight white shades on the petals. This variety was bred in the 1950’s and is one of the most popular cut flower varieties. It was originally named after the Scottish microbiologist who discovered Penicillin and won a Nobel Prize for it.
Peonies traditionally symbolise early summer and are the perfect English country garden flower. Although many of our modern varieties are bred from plants that originated in China and Asia.
The length of the stem is 71cm and the flower head size is 16cm diameter