Showing posts from October 10, 2013

Yellow Japanese Tree Peony Is Coming

A yellow tree peony is very rare, so it’s sure to be a show-stopper in any landscape.
'High Noon' is an amazing golden yellow tree peony that blooms in early summer. This striking variety produces clusters of yellow flowers with red flare at the base of the petals. Nice fragrance; flowers have a pleasing sweet, distinctly lemon scent. It has the huge, semi-double blooms that denote this variety. The foliage is even attractive when not in flower.
Paeonia suffruticosa, or tree peonies, are loved by everyone who has ever seen them in bloom and they have been prized and carefully cultivated in the China for centuries. A deciduous shrub, not a tree, the tree peony has woody stems. A mature shrub produces many huge, long-lasting, silken blooms, which delight the eye. The showy flowers are 6-10" across growing on woody stems. The tree is slow growing and best in partial shade since the flowers tend to fade in full sun.

With flowers two to three times as large as regular peonies,…

Japanese Tree Peony ‘Hatsugarasu’ Refresh Your Memory

From your previous tale of the opening of the large white tree peony, is to refresh your memory; we introduce a mysterious black Japanese tree peony, Paeonia suffruticosaHatsugarasu’ which means the early crow.
Japanese tree peony is shrub-like as it reaches a height of 3 to 5 feet. The peony plant grows slowly but the large, 10-inch flowers are worth the wait. The peony plants grow in ordinary garden soil with exposure to sun or partial shade. The peony flower is single and produced in June. Peonies are very drought tolerant, especially once established. Peonies will produce larger flowers if all the flower buds, except the terminal one, are removed early. Japanese tree peony for sale on Gracing your garden with big and fluffy peony petals.
The use in landscape: Border specimen. Peony cut flowers.
Tips: Remove foliage at the end of the growing season, to avoid fungal diseases.

Do not cut flowers from plants less than three years old. Mature plants of…