Getting More Beautiful Every Year
We weren’t able to enjoy our tree peonies in the last two years as it was either too windy or too much rain which brought down the flowers as soon as they opened up. This year, though we had a lot of rain, there was a brief period without and it coincided with the tree peony blooming. Not just us enjoying the flowers, the bees were also busy collecting pollen from them.
We have only two tree peonies in our garden as they grow very large and don’t like to be moved once established. The ‘Nishiki’ has been with us for 10 years and is around 3.5 feet tall. It usually produces around 15 to 20 flowers each spring. We look forward to seeing how many flowers it will produce each year since it produces more flowers as it gets older.
It’s a flower that’s worth growing. It’s not fussy and doesn’t need much attention, however, it’s a slow grower. The beauty of the flowers make it worth the wait.
5 thoughts on “Tree Peony-Nishiki”
What fabulously blousey flowers 🙂
Thank you. They’re very delicate. I have read that some people put umbrellas over them for protection in a rain storm.
I can understand that. Right now I’m watching my foxgloves getting battered to death by the wind and rain!
Gorgeous. I don’t know about tree form peonies. Thought it would be taller. Each flower is huge then.
They can grow up to 6-7 feet and each flower is much larger than the perennial type.