Peonies

This post contains a selection of our most useful articles about beautiful and delicious peonies. You will learn everything! Luxurious, lush, charming, intoxicating - all these epithets can be applied to peonies, kings of the June garden. When buds of all shades of white, pink and red bloom on these bushes, and the whole flower garden is filled with their intoxicating aroma, it is difficult to find them equal.

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Tree peony is a spectacular deciduous shrub that can reach 2 m in height. But to grow this beautiful flower, you need to properly plant a seedling and properly care for it. Peonies can rightly be called long-livers, they can grow in one place up to a hundred years. Therefore, to plant a plant must be approached responsibly.

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Compared to many other garden flowers, peonies are considered quite resistant to various ailments. However, they can be sick and be attacked by insects. Among the pests in pions there are not too many enemies, but diseases that can hit these lush flowers are numerous. And these diseases are very important in time to recognize and eliminate.

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Peonies have long been valued by gardeners around the world for lush foliage and large, spectacular flowers. In culture, they appeared more than one and a half thousand years ago and since then many new forms, colors and sizes of these beautiful perennials have been developed. Is it really possible to create something new? Yes, until now, breeders continue to delight connoisseurs of peonies with new improved varieties and hybrids.

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Today, grassy peonies are most often grown in gardens. They are valued for beautiful, fragrant buds and adorn the flower bed throughout the first half of summer. But over time, the plant can lose its attractiveness, so it needs to be transplanted. Wild peonies can grow well in one place for more than 50 years, and hybrid varieties, which are mainly grown in flower beds, need to be transplanted at least once in 10 years.

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Very often, peonies tie buds, which in the end do not open. Why is this happening and how to help the plants to bloom? There are a lot of reasons why peonies do not bloom. We counted as many as 8, and these are only the most common diseases that these flowers fear. 8 possible reasons for the lack of flowering 1.

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Peonies have long been popular with gardeners. In order to enjoy their luxurious bloom for a long time, you need to follow a few simple rules. Peony - spectacular and bright perennial. Landscape designers include it in lawn compositions, and amateur growers grow in flowerbeds of their personal plots.

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Compared to many other garden flowers, peonies are considered quite resistant to various ailments. However, they can be sick and be attacked by insects. Among the pests in pions there are not too many enemies, but diseases that can hit these lush flowers are numerous. And these diseases are very important in time to recognize and eliminate.

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There are approximately 10,000 varieties of peonies in the world, and all of them, with a few exceptions, are derived from a single wild species, the milky-flowered peony. Which ones are the most interesting? Types of pions can interbreed with each other, which is often used in breeding. In total, the genus Peony has about 40 species, and they all come from Eurasia.

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The real decoration of any garden will be ITO-peonies - unpretentious and extremely elegant hybrids of a favorite flower, bred not long ago and rapidly conquered the market around the world. And no wonder - their sizes, shapes, colors and shades already have hundreds of options! Of course, the once-rare yellow peonies are most in demand, but lovers of red, pink, white and even orange forms also have something to choose from ITO hybrids.

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We offer a selection of 10 stunningly beautiful and easy to care for peonies with terry inflorescences. I bet the first association that you have when you hear the word "peony" are big spherical inflorescences with lush petals? These are terry peonies. The decorative bush of terry peonies should not only give you beautiful and fragrant flowers, but also be unpretentious and not be afraid of frost.

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Most perennial flowers easily tolerate spring planting and even prefer it. With peonies, however, everything is more complicated. But why are they in such a variety represented in stores in the spring, and how to be if you could not resist the purchase? First you need to deal with the fact that, in fact, you bought, and then think about the risks and ways to cope with them.

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Magnificent peony bushes will decorate your summer cottage for many years. But in order for these luxurious flowers to grow well and fully develop, they need competent spring dressings. The first two years, young bushes may well do without mineral fertilizers. Substances important for growth, peonies are obtained from planting substrate consisting of garden soil, peat and rotted manure.

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Tree (shrub) peonies are remarkable for their extraordinary decorativeness. Their large fragrant flowers with a diameter of up to 25 cm and carved leaves will be the highlight of any garden. Thanks to the breeders, these plants feel good in our climate. Tree peony, depending on the variety, can reach a height of 2 m and greatly expand in width.

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Not everyone knows that in the first years after planting, peonies themselves do not bloom. But if even in the fourth year the peony bush does not please with buds, it means that you are doing something wrong. The reasons why peonies refuse to bloom may be several. Let's see what could adversely affect your plants.

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Some amateur flower growers are upset that a peony bush planted for several years does not give flowers. Why is this happening and how to achieve abundant flowering? A remarkable property of peonies is that once planted in a garden, they can grow in one place for 10-20 years. There are many varieties that differ in height, timing of flowering, color and shape of flowers.

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Peony cuttings are justified in cases where it is necessary to obtain a maximum of planting material from one bush, since this is a troublesome business. Flowering with this method of reproduction does not occur soon - in a few years, so grafting is aimed at a long-term result. Usually it is used on especially valuable varietal shrubs or for a complete renewal of the root system.

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