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Re: Help!

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Nicola Spence, Chief Plant Health Officer, has stepped in to help you out! How amazing is that. She says "Peonies, lilies, lupins" Hope that helps?

More agreement from others too:
"The light pink are peonies. The red are day lilies. No idea on the ones on the right... Oh, wait. The ones on the right look like lupine. I can’t grow them here in the South so not familiar."

  • Posted: Sun. 5th April 2020 13:16

Re: Orange flowered shrub

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi there - a few replies from social media so far "It's a tree peony" and "Tree peony I have one in my garden" "Tree peony but will have to bow to others superior knowledge on here for exact variety"

"Paeonia lutea - lovely thing, just finishing here. Marvellous seedpods later in the season with huge, glossy black seeds."

A more specific suggestion is "Maybe Paeonia ludlowii" Looks a good match to us!

Hope that helps?

Cheers

  • Posted: Wed. 22nd May 2019 13:13

Re: Please help me identify this plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Rosie, as a few people think this is a Paeonia. Here are all the Paeonia listed in Shoot. I hope that helps? Cheers Nicola

  • Posted: Fri. 11th May 2018 07:04

Paeonia officinalis 'Rubra Plena'

Comment from Jan Helle

In forum: General

In past years this has flowered magnificently but this year much more foliage without blooms! Sad

  • Posted: Sun. 3rd July 2016 21:00

Re: Is this a pea plant?

Message from Samantha Jane

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi there,
It certainly does look like a 'Tree Peony', Paeonia suffruticosa in yellow. I definitely would not eat it, some websites say that certain parts of a Peony can be edible but I would not risk it.
Best wishes,
Samantha Jane
sjgardendesign.com

  • Posted: Wed. 16th July 2014 12:22

Re: Is this a pea plant?

Message from Liz Hughes

In forum: Identify a plant

It is a Paeonia with seed pods on. I would not eat if I was you!
Yellow flower - def a Paeonia

  • Posted: Wed. 16th July 2014 10:52

Weigela Wine and Roses looks good with Paeonia Felix Crousse

Comment from SR Cousins

In forum: Weigela florida 'Wine and Roses'

Looks good with Paeonia Felix Crousse

  • Posted: Sat. 24th May 2014 14:36

Japanese Tree Peony 6 - High Noon

General post from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

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.

  • Posted: Fri. 11th October 2013 07:06

Japanese Tree Peony 3 - Kinkaku

General post from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

(Tree Peony) 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:
1.Sun Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Shade
2.Soil Moisture Needs
Dry
Moderate

  • Posted: Thu. 10th October 2013 02:27

Japanese Tree Peony 2 - Jitsugetsu-nishiki

General post from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

Cheerful tree peony cultivar always flowers freely from a young age. Many bright scarlet red single peony blooms with bright golden stamens in the center of the flower. An excellent choice for a first time purchase. Bright infused spring foliage, this peony plant is a joy from the moment it starts to grow. Will form a bushy shrub up to about 100cm high.

Paeonia suffruticosa 'Jitsugetsu-nishiki' (Tree peony Shin-jitsu-getsu-nishiki) is a small wide fully hardy perennial deciduous shrub with pink flowers in early summer and late spring. It grows well in semi-shade and direct sun, and prefers medium levels of water. The flowers are bowl shaped. It looks best in spring and summer.

  • Posted: Wed. 9th October 2013 07:09

Paeonia Rockii 5 - Purple Crown & Jade Bead

Comment from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

This purple rockii peony, looks like a purple crown with jade beads, and speckles are really like they were painted on in the bottom part of the corolla. Flowering in the end of May and expanding the flowering time in your garden.

  • Posted: Wed. 25th September 2013 01:57

Paeonia Rockii 4 - Purple Crown & Silver Thread

General post from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

This peony petal is bigger than Purple Ink Stone, and the color is normal purple not dark red. The peony crown is like a burning fire sending out a charming fragrance. It is selected by a sliver thread in each peony petal.

  • Posted: Wed. 25th September 2013 01:54

Paeonia Rockii 3 - Black Crown & Jade Bead

General post from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

Compared with Luminous Jade Cup, this peony form is anemone, Luminous Jade Cup is crown. The remarkable trait is without pistil, no seeds. The green stigma is like a big jade. It is not only a peony flower, but also gives you a big jade.

  • Posted: Wed. 25th September 2013 01:52

Paeonia Rockii 2-Silver Waves of Red Sea

Comment from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

Hong Hai Yin Bo is sweetly fragrant peony flower. The peony plant is unquestionably one of the finest peonies we've ever grown. Flower color is red, highlighted by a dark black central blotch and bright yellow stamens.

  • Posted: Tue. 24th September 2013 03:51

Paeonia Rockii 1-Grande Dame

Comment from Bee

In forum: Garden Landscaping and Design Forum Event

This is an eye-catching and distinctive rockii peony, the peony flower is a striking white color with beautiful red speckle that are slightly bright in color, Excellent for your garden. The rockii tree peony seedlings have several characteristics: cold-resistance, drought-resistance, and you can give rockii tree peony a little care, they can grow well.

  • Posted: Tue. 24th September 2013 03:46

about paeonia

Comment from CLAUDIA

In forum: Paeonia suffruticosa 'Yachiyo-tsubaki'

I would like to order paeonia from Holland and I don't know how long will take to bloom.
Can you advice?
Thnaks.

  • Posted: Mon. 24th June 2013 12:48

Re: propogating Paeonia

Message from Angie Robertson

In forum: Paeonia 'Buckeye Belle'

Yes, Kathy is right - best done in Autumn. They do lift and divide very easily - the most important thing to remember is to always make sure you plant at the same height as it was in the ground. Being planted too deeply is the main reason for not flowering.
I will probably sulk for the first year but so long as you get the planting depth right - it should not be a problem.

  • Posted: Sat. 9th March 2013 15:14

Re: propogating Paeonia

Message from Kathy C

In forum: Paeonia 'Buckeye Belle'

Hi, Vera,
You can divide peonies - but it is best to do so every 8-10 years or so. Best to divide in early autumn. It is true they typically resent the disturbance, and most likely will not flower the year after division, but if you clump is large and congested, it is better in the long run if you do divide.
Kathy C

  • Posted: Tue. 5th March 2013 01:04

propogating Paeonia

Comment from vera muir

In forum: Paeonia 'Buckeye Belle'

I have a paeonia rose, which I have had for a long time, can I divide it or what is the best way to propagate this plant. I have read two different versions, one is to divide up the plant and the other is not to touch the plant because it will not thrive. What do you suggest.

  • Posted: Mon. 4th March 2013 22:44

Re: Peony Mystery?

Message from Kathy C

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi, KittyCat,
My first thought was 'Dr. Alexander Fleming' though it could be any number of cultivars on the market. Peony flowers are more apt to fade if they get direct, intense afternoon sun. Shade from afternoon sun helps to retain colour better. Have you tried doing an Advanced Search here on Shoot (next to the green tab on the Search bar). Enter Peony or Paeonia for plant name and then select pink for flower colour. I gave it a go and found about 5 or so that look similar to yours.
Happy Hunting!
Kathy C

  • Posted: Thu. 31st May 2012 17:34