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Tree peony: Paeonia Burgundy Wine

Tree peony: Paeonia Bu

This tree peony bears fragrant, semidouble, wine-red flowers with deep-gold stamens. 'Burgundy Wine' is a vigorous, dense, compact shrub with deeply lobed foliage and abundant blooms that will be the highlight of the midspring garden.

Paeonia shrub red deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets, shrubby unusual twisting branches deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets dark-green deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets,,glossy, divided leaves,,deeply cut and lobed leaflets 118 spring 135 132 10.0 10.0 shrub Peony gray mold blight also called peony wilt, may occur. 4 8 Burgundy Wine 36 60 48 annuals and perennials in the mixed border. In Martha's Turkey Hill garden, the tree peonies bloom above Oriental poppies Siberian iris and bleeding heart Maintain soil moisture all season, watering regularly, but do not let soil become waterlogged. Apply a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer yearly, after flowering, following label directions. 0 Good sanitation is the best protection against gray mold blight. Remove infected foliage (soft brown areas at leaf bases) as it develops, and clear base of peony of fallen foliage at end of season to avoid overwintering disease. sweet For longer-lasting flowers, choose a location for your tree peony that will provide it with some protection from midday sun. The tree peony flower is China's national flower and has been cultivated there for millennia. Chinese emperors surrounded their palaces with beautiful specimens of this "King of Flowers," and Beijing's Forbidden City continues to provide a spectacular display every spring. Commoners were once prohibited from growing peonies, a luxury reserved only for royalty. In fall, choose a sunny, well-drained site, sheltered from strong winds. Cultivate, and amend with compost or well-rotted manure to a depth of 20 inches; place the plant so the graft union is 4?6 inches deep. Space plants at a distance equal to their mature spread. Water after planting, and, in dry areas, mulch to conserve moisture. 0 Tree peonies need minimal pruning. In winter or early spring during dormancy, remove dead or damaged branches to maintain health. fertile, well drained 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 > 0 0 0 0
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