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Kopper Kettle peony
Photo courtesy of Monrovia Nursery

'Kopper Kettle' Itoh hybrid peony

Copper orange semidouble blooms occasionally streaked with yellow are head-turners, especially as they open to reveal deep copper centers.

Surround ‘Kopper Kettle’ with sky blue forget-me-nots for a refreshing warm-cool contrast, or grow it in a cluster of three with a Tuscan terra-cotta olive jar as an accent.

The vigorous plant blooms in late spring and grows about 2½ feet tall and 3½ feet wide.

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