Hillary, an enchanting semi-double to double red blend peony, is a harmonious cross between an herbaceous and tree hybrid. With Bartzella as the seed parent through open pollination, Hillary first bloomed in 1990 and was divided in 1993, reaching a height of 24-26 inches. This captivating peony exhibits a mesmerizing blend of red and yellow, with the yellow fading to cream on the outer-facing petals. The inner petals maintain their vibrant red hue, creating a striking contrast and imparting a captivating inner glow to the bloom. Hillary’s excellent plant habit and noteworthy characteristics make it one of the top choices among herbaceous-tree hybrids. While no fertility has been noted, Hillary’s captivating beauty is enough to elevate any garden or floral arrangement.