21 March, 2017

Pink Plate Hold Bead - Fen Pan Cang Zhu

Pink Plate Hold Bead - Fen Pan Cang Zhu
Fen Pan Cang Zhu has characteristics as follows:
1. pink bloom
2. resembling the chrysanthemum
3.16cm×8 cm corolla, peachy buds
4. slightly crapy outer petals and crapy inner petals

This is a good choice to make herbaceous peony cutting flower. You can also choose other colorful herbaceous peonies. I think putting kinds of herbaceous peonies together will make a wonderful visual impact. More nice herbaceous peonies on China-Plants.com !

20 March, 2017

Fallen Phoenix Feather - Luo Feng Yu

Fallen Phoenix Feather - Luo Feng Yu
This is white rockii peony. The single form is like a globular. The petal is tall and slender, just like feathers. The purple speckle really looks like they were painted on in the bottom part of the corolla. Rockii peony is cold and drought resistant. Medical value is also the outstanding feature of rockii tree peony. Your body would have a freer circulation of blood and vital energy if you strolled in peony garden frequently.
Such a good plant I bet you need it! If you want to buy this paeonia rockii online, please visit China-Plants.com or contact me.

19 March, 2017

Long Stem Red - Gao Gan Hong

Long Stem Red - Gao Gan Hong

This purple herbaceous peony likes illuminated purple pearl, which will satisfy your flower dream completely. Herbaceous peonies are very hardy, drought tolerant, disease resistant perennials.
My 150 plus peony plants produce an amazing display in the peak season in Zhongchuan Peony Nursery. And customers are encouraged to visit my nursery; all of them are absolutely stunned by the beauty of peonies.
Planting tips:
1. Bare-root peonies should only be planted in the fall as this coincides with the time that their tubers develop most of their feeder roots.
2. Container grown peonies can be planted any time spring through fall.
3. Herbaceous peony dies back in winter and should have their foliage cleaned away in autumn.
4. Tree peonies drop their leaves but retain their woody structure. Do not cut down your tree peonies.

16 March, 2017

Chinese tree peony Lotus - Rou Fu Rong

Chinese tree peony Lotus - Rou Fu Rong


Large, showy pink peony blooms make this Chinese tree peony a beautiful addition to your garden. The lovely delicate looking peony flowers will do well as well when planted in containers.

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13 March, 2017

Juan Ye Hong

Juan Ye Hong is a Chinese tree peony with rounded large red blooms 17cm in diameter with strong fragrant peony blooms. This red Chinese tree peony flowers don't fall over in the rain like herbaceous peonies and their opening is staggered over a 2-week period. I think this peony variety will be a bright spot in your garden. If you want to wholesale Chinese tree peony, China-Plants.com is always your sincere partner.

09 March, 2017

Paeonia Rockii-Hong Guan Yu Dai

                                    Red Crown & Jade Ribbon - Hong Guan Yu Dai

Hong Guan Yu Dai is crown form. There are white stripes on every peony petal. This peony lower diam is 18cm x 12cm. Flowering midseason. The speckles of this hardy paeonia rockii are small. It’s growth vigorously. The peony is one of the brightest colors of all tree peonies. Semi-double blossoms of glowing purple red combination. One of the top-grade tree peonies!

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08 March, 2017

Peony Tips for Warm Region Gardeners
Often the question arises, "I love peonies but live where it may be too warm for them. . . can I grow peonies in my area?" Here's some advice that will help you determine if peonies are likely to thrive in your region.
Garden peonies appreciate cold weather during the winter and require at least 30 consecutive days of below freezing temperatures. The goal here is to keep the roots cold, so freezing and thawing weather isn't what's needed. Before buying any type of peony, consider whether you can provide sufficient dormancy period cold weather for your peonies to thrive and bloom.
If you live in zones 7 and 8, select peony varieties that bloom early in the season, before your late spring/early summer weather gets too hot. Each cultivar's description on this website includes information as to whether it is an early, midseason or late bloomer. Recognize that zone 8 represents the edge of weather where peonies will successfully bloom so planting in zone 8 is a bit of an experiment. Peonies that bloom mid to late season may survive in warm areas but they are unlikely to flower profusely and dependably.
The planting depth of your peony roots is critical to flower production. The rule of thumb is to plant the "eyes" or little pink or red growing points 1" to 2" under the soil, with the deeper end of the range preferable in the coldest regions (zones 3-5). Gardeners in warmer areas will have best results if they plant only 1" deep (zones 6 and 7) or even just 1/2" deep in zone 8.
In hot areas site your peonies where they'll get a little protection from the fiercest afternoon sun. A location with filtered late day light is ideal.
Keep in mind that regardless of where you grow peonies, when mature, these plants produce lots of big, and usually heavy, flowers. (Which is one of the reason you love them, right?) The double and semi double blossom forms are densely petalled and tend to catch rain or sprinkler water. Placing ring or crisscross supports over young plants will allow shoots to grow through the supports, adding stability to blooming stems, and eventually becoming almost invisible in the dense foliage. On the glass-half-full side, if your peonies flop in the rain it provides the perfect excuse to cut to your heart's content, bring bunches to the office, share with friends and place bouquets all around the house. How awful would that be?

06 March, 2017

Growing Peony instruction

Growing  peony  Instructions

Planting Instructions for Your Bare Root Peonies.

We make special efforts to get your roots to you at the proper time for planting between March ,September 21 and October 17th in the spring and fallhope you take advantage of this and plant the roots immediately. Holding the roots for any length of time before planting defeats the purpose of receiving fresh dug roots that are ready to start growing a new root system and building a strong plant. You may use the small amount of peat moss your order arrived in while planting your peony roots.
Selecting a Planting Site
Select a well drained site with a rich well aerated soil which receives sun for most of the day. (At least 10 hours is best for stronger stems. More sunlight is better! If you don't have 10 hours of sun you can expect fewer or no flowers.
Preparing the Soil
Add peat moss at a rate of one part peat moss for every 3 parts of soil if you are growing peonies in sandy soils to improve root growth and extend flower life and increase the total number of flowers on the plants. If you have clay soils the addition of 1 part peat moss to every 3 parts of clay soil will improve aeration of the soil and increase the height of the soil slightly making a mound and providing better drainage. Raised beds with a depth of 12-18" of additional well drained soil is recommended for the hybrids and species that will die in soggy soils before you can blink an eye.
Avoid Wet Locations!
Never plant in a low spot where water will stand as this will kill your peony. They have no tolerance for wet soils! Never use a plastic mulch which suffocates the plant roots.
Fertilizers
You may use bone meal or a bulb fertilizer at the time of planting according to the instructions on the container being sure to avoid letting the fertilizer touch the roots directly.
Prepare the Root for Planting
Soak the root for 20 - 30 minutes in water prior to planting to rehydrate the root which loses some moisture during shipping.
Dig a Proper Planting Hole
Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Set the root in the hole so that the dormant buds(eyes)will be one inch below the ground when the soil is gently but firmly filled in around the root.
We do not recommend growing peonies in pots.

05 March, 2017

How to Prune a Peony

How to Prune a Peony

Peonies, with their big, flashy, often fragrant blossoms become the focal point of the garden in spring. The flowers only last a week or two, but by planting different varieties together you can extend the season to up to six weeks. Once the flowers fade, you are left with an attractive shrub with deep-cut leaves. Pruning peonies is easy, and they often require no pruning at all. So how do you know when to trim peonies? Continue reading to find out more about when and how to prune a peony. Is Pruning of Peony Necessary? Is pruning of peony necessary, and if so, how do you go about peony pruning? In fact, peonies need very little pruning, but as with any shrub, pruning helps to promote good overall health and the control of insects and diseases. Peony pruning can help maintain the shape of the plant. When to Trim Peonies Herbaceous peonies are tender-stemmed plants that die back naturally in fall and regrow again in spring. Cutting back the dead stems to the ground in fall helps prevent insects and diseases and makes the garden look tidy. When you remove the stems, take care not to damage the crown, which is the fleshy part of the plant between the roots and the stems. Remove stems that are infested with diseases or insects as soon as you discover the problem. Trim tree peony branches to remove damage caused by winter weather and to correct structural problems in spring. How to Prune a Peony The first thing you should know about pruning peonies is where to make the cut. The best place to cut a peony stem is just above a healthy bud. If the stem is diseased, make sure you cut back to healthy wood. Do not compost pruned cuttings that are diseased or infested with insects. Burn the stems or bag and discard them instead. In cases of severe injury or when the plant is overgrown, remove the entire stem by cutting it close to the ground. When two branches cross and rub against each other, remove the least desirable branch. The friction from constant rubbing creates a wound that serves as an entry point for insects and diseases. Disbudding is the removal of selected buds to control the size and quantity of the flowers. If you remove the side buds and leave the bud at the tip of a stem, you will get one very large blossom. Removing the terminal bud and leaving those along the sides of the stem results in more but smaller flowers.

02 March, 2017

Herbaceous Peony










Herbaceous peonies are a special subset of herbaceous peony that is actually a hybrid, or cross, between two different herbaceous peonies peregrina & lactiflora. This cross has produced unique colors not often found in traditional peonies. The unique characteristics of these hybrids are that they have just one flower on a rather sturdy stem. This makes them excellent cut flowers and amazing garden plants as they remain upright in the garden without staking.
The color of coral peonies changes dramatically as they open - as you can see in the above picture of Coral Charm. The flowers begin a deep coral bud and then fade to cream as they open. This results in plants that have incredibly interesting colorways. We especially like corals when they are planted en masse.
Coral peonies have the added benefit of being the first herbaceous peonies to bloom. This early flowering time makes them not only ideal for cool climates, zones 3-6, but for zones 7&8 in the south as well.

01 March, 2017

Japanese Tree Peony












Lutea, sometimes referred to as Delavayi, is a species of tree peony from Tibet that has a bright canary-yellow flower. The flower is pendulous and so some of the cultivars and hybrids that derive from this species have flowers that have tendency to face downward. The main attraction of this group is their unique flower coloring. They bring wonderful yellow, gold, and orange, sunset peonies to the garden. These plants are later to bloom than other tree peonies, tend to be lower growing, and have leaf coverage that is more spreading. These plants are not as cold hardy as the other two tree peony groups. In cold winters or in cold zones, Lutea tree peonies will die back to the ground in winter, but will reemerge beautifully from the root in spring.
Of special note is that lutea hybrids are the main tree peony group that has been used to create the intersectional peony hybrids - intersectional peonies have inherited the wonderful colors of the lutea hybrids.