Introducing Greenland, a double herbaceous hybrid peony that will elevate the beauty of your garden or floral arrangements. With a seedling number and garden names like Roy’s D.W., “RP-SSD,” and “Green Viking,” Greenland showcases its unique characteristics. Its parentage stems from Sanctus crossed with a non-white F3 derived from Silver Dawn. First blooming around 1974-75, this variety was received from Roy in 1978. Greenland boasts a white double form with large inner petals that are ruffled, cupped, and crimped, while the outer petals are broad and shaded green underneath. The stamens cluster around small carpels, their tips adorned with a touch of red. As a tetraploid, Greenland exhibits fertile pollen when used on other tetraploids. With medium to large foliage, husky upright stems, and a height ranging from 30 to 36 inches, Greenland blooms in the midseason, adding a splash of color to your garden. Embrace the beauty of Greenland, known for its excellent form, clear color, and reliable blooming habit.