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How to plant Japanese tree peony?

1.  select an area Clear an area that receives six to eight hours of sun per day. Consider the site carefully since Japanese tree peonies will live more than 10 years and are a long-term resident in your landscape.
2. prepare soil Loosen the soil to 18 inches deep with a shovel. Remove rocks and break up large soil clumps. Mix in a 2- to 4-inch layer of compost, peat moss or well-rotted manure to improve soil drainage and organic content.
3. mix fertilizer Dig a 12-by-12 inch hole with a shovel. Add 1/4 cup of 10-10-10 fertilizer and 1/2 cup of bone meal to the bottom of the hole. Fill the hole halfway full of soil and mix it with the materials on the bottom with a hand trowel.
4. cover the peony root Place the Japanese tree peony tuber in the hole with the eyes pointing upward. Cover the tuber so that the soil covers the graft by 4 to 5 inches. This will cause the graft area to grow its own roots and create a stronger plant.
5. water your peony
Firm the soil down over the tuber with your hand…

The Sun in My Garden – Peony Taiyo

Taiyo means "The Sun" in Japanese, a fitting name for this blazing color. This peonyplant blooms with 7-8 inch flowers, in the rose form, with flowers held well above the foliage. Fragrance is light and spicy. The plants are fast growing, to 4-feet tall and wide at maturity. If you are looking for color impact, this is the flower for you.

The treepeony Taiyo produces bright scarlet blooms. I think every garden needs a treepeony. There was a time, many years ago in ancient China, when the only person who could own a tree peony was the Emperor himself. Now everyone can own your special Japanese tree peony. I bought Japanese tree peony on, and you?

Hardy Japanese tree peony Kinkaku

(TreePeony) Paeonia 'Kinkaku' flowers have unique bright orange edging, which adds interest to the many layers of yellow petals on this fragrant double bloom flower. It has exotic, fully double, yellow-orange blooms. The huge, ruffled, satiny flowers are very hardy. A tree peony such as 'Kinkaku', unlike garden peonies, have woody stems like a shrub that do not die back to the ground in winter and they blossom in the late spring, 2 to 3 weeks earlier than the garden varieties.
Plant tips: Sun Exposure Full Sun Partial Shade Soil Moisture Needs Dry Moderate is the exporter of Chinese plants, which has grown and cultivated tree peonies for 20 years. Japanese tree peony is suited for cut flower and dried flower. Now you have another convenient way to own them, that is buy Japanese tree peony online on High quality and your satisfaction are guaranteed.