Dutch Girl Peonies is situated on a sunny mountain top in the picturesque Kootenays of southern British Columbia, Canada. Our farm is located between Nelson and Castlegar, BC off of Highway 3A. We are a long time family farm of nearly 300 acres.
As well as growing and selling 80+ varieties of peonies we have a market garden and Black Angus beef cows. We offer fresh cut flowers for weddings and retail and wholesale sales of plants, root divisions, and blooms.
We are members of Kootenay Local Agricultural Society (KLAS) and are proud to be certified through their Kootenay Mountain Grown local certification program. Our peonies roots and blooms are chemical and spray free as well as all our farm produce and grass fed only beef. We are passionate about growing healthy local flowers and food. We are always looking for improved farming methods such using cover crops and rotational grazing to maintain healthy soil and plants.
We sincerely hope that the pleasure and beauty we enjoy from growing and nurturing our peony plants is passed on to you – our customers.
Did you know that peonies:
- are long lived – over 50 years are very hardy – most to Zone 3 are drought tolerant are low maintenance are deer-resistant have been cultivated for more than 2000 years as medicinal and ornamental plants depending on your selection of cultivars the peony bloom season can last 6 – 8 weeks
- peony flowers come in a range of colours including yellow, coral, peach and lavender, in addition to white, blush, pink, magenta and red flower in spring, have lush foliage all summer, and the colourful seed heads provide lasting interest blooms may be single, semi-double, double, anemone or Japanese in form most peonies have a scent: classified as rose, lemon, honey or musk
Last date to order online is October 12th 2018. Thank you. We are getting ready for winter! and so we will not ship new orders till fall 2019. You are not able to order at this moment as we are updating our inventory. Please contact us with any questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org)