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The Genus Paeonia Other / Books

The Genus Paeonia

Twenty-five species of the genus Paeonia are documented in these pages, including 40 subspecies and varieties. Also included herein is the closely related genus Glaucidium. With only two species, it will be of intense interest to peony fanciers. Waddick provides valuable information on growing peony …

Paeonia tenuifolia - Fern Leaf Peony Plants / Perennials

Paeonia tenuifolia - Fern Leaf Peony

The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it s no wonder why they have long been a perennial favorite. Peony clumps may survive for up to as long as 50 years, so it is advisable to prepare the site …

The Gardener's Peony Other / Books

The Gardener's Peony

Peonies are virtually unrivalled in a their ability to bring impact and drama to a garden. Once established they flourish for decades, bringing large quantities of flamboyant blooms in a magical range of hues and outstanding, often finely cut foliage. This informative guide highlights the best peonies …

Paeonia lactiflora 'Do Tell' - Peony Plants / Perennials

Paeonia lactiflora 'Do Tell' - Peony

A heavy bloomer is this single with deep magenta-pink flowers, the flowers have a small yellow center of stamens and blooms early. Plants grow 22 inches tall. The Queen of Garden Flowers! We offer the best, free blooming varieties. Flowers are 5-7 across. During late spring-early summer, they fill the …

Paeonia suffruticosa - tree peony Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Paeonia suffruticosa - tree peony

Tree peonies are beautiful, woody shrubs. Unlike the perennial type, these make woody branches that slowly form a low, mounding shrub. Flowers are large, often double or full, of all possible colours – white, cream, yellow, orange, various shades of pink, purple and red, even violet. Leaves are deeply …

Paeonia lutea var. ludlowii - Tree Peony Plants / Perennials

Paeonia lutea var. ludlowii - Tree Peony

The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it s no wonder why they have long been a perennial favorite. Peony clumps may survive for up to as long as 50 years, so it is advisable to prepare the site …