Canadian Peony Society - Prairies and NWT

Peony Photos from Prairies and NWT

CPS members are encouraged to send photos to your regional director as indicated in contact emails at the bottom of the page.

Peonies Give Back

Also, on the following dates for each region, we are celebrating #peoniesgiveback. On the date shown for your region, we would like every CPS member to deliver a bouquet of peonies to a local nursing home, extended care, hospice or hospital for others to enjoy. Please confirm that flowers are allowed before delivering. We look forward to seeing your photo’s of this and forward them to your Regional Director.

Peonies Give Back Dates
BC & Yukon – Sat, June 25 / Prairies – Sat, June 25 / Ontario – Wed, June 15 / Quebec – Mon, June 20 / Atlantic Canada – Tue, July 5

Click images to view larger. More photos will be added here as they become available.

About The Region

The climate on the prairies is extremely variable and spring and summer temperatures can range from 0 to 25. We can often get large storms with hail or flooding depending on the area you live in. Mainly the average zone would be 2 to 4. Some varieties of peonies may need protection or cover during the winter. The Northwest Territories have short, warm summers with very cold long winters.

Canada's Plant Hardiness Zones
click map to enlarge

Peonies Across Canada

Check out all of our regional zones.

BC and Yukon


Prairies and NWT


Atlantic Canada


Who We Are

We are a Society dedicated to the growth and development of Peonies. We are always looking for new members and enthusiasts to join the Society, so join us and come and share your passion!

Make a Donation

Support the Canadian Peony Society. Click the "Donate" button above. Enter the amount you wish to donate in Canadian dollars. You have the option of paying using any major credit card or by Paypal.

Contact Info

Canadian Peony Society
4338 Line 26
St. Pauls, ON N0K 1V0

Our Mission

As a non profit organization our mission as a society is to promote the cultivation and enjoyment of peonies in Canada.