Paeonia x hybrids

Botanical Name: Paeonia x hybrids

Common Name(s): Peony

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Description:

Tuberous perennial peonies grow in areas with cold winters, such as the Highveld, eastern Free State, KZN Midlands and higher inland parts of the Western Cape in Southern Africa.

Family: Paeoniaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: pay-OHN-ee-uh

 

 

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Deciduous
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Frost Hardy
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Non Indigenous
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Half Sun
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Moderate Watering

Flowers
Foliage

Interesting Info

Peonies grow in areas with cold winters, such as the Highveld, eastern Free State, KZN Midlands and higher inland parts of the Western Cape in Southern Africa.


Maintenance

These bulbs must be left undisturbed.

These gross feeders need lots of water and regular feeding throughout their active summer growing season.

Mark their position so they will not be disturbed or damaged during their dormant winter period.

Origin

Indigenous to China and Japan.


Other Languages

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Planting Instructions

They do best in semi-shade or where they get only morning sun, keep this in mind when selecting where to place these bulbs.

Soil Conditions

They need well drained, compost-enriched soil and enjoy a thick mulch of organic material at all times.


Uses

Peonies make fine cut flowers.


Uses in landscape design

They can also be grown in large containers in a cool position.


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