Introducing Paula Fay, a shocking pink second-generation hybrid peony named after Mr. Fay’s brother’s wife. With well-placed upright blooms on vigorous stems and dark green leaves, this tidy plant is more resistant to disease than many other hybrids. Its 5 rows of petals give it great carrying power in both garden and show room, and it’s winter hardy in Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This early bloomer stands at 35 inches tall and is a seedling of Bravura, making it somewhat fertile to certain pollens. Enjoy Paula Fay’s vibrant color and disease-resistant qualities for years to come.