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Please help me to identify this plant. It grows to about 2 metres tall and spread. It has vivid orange flowers in april and may. The foliage has 5 points per leaf and is deciduous. I live in Worcestershire UK

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  • Posted: Wed. 22nd May 2019 09:36

Re: Orange flowered shrub

Reply from Nicola

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: Orange flowered shrub

Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

Looks like the species Peony 'Ludlowii'

  • Posted: Wed. 22nd May 2019 13:54