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A pink peony bloom.
Peonies are native throughout the northern hemisphere. Their large showy flowers are sometimes quite fragrant and add interest to a sunny garden location. This page contains peony photos.
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June 15, 2011

I cut these peonies because a thunderstorm was coming. I took this picture, because I think they are really beautiful. Hope you like them, too.

By Stella L.

Peonies

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June 20, 20111 found this helpful

Lovely photo, Stella! Thanks for sharing them.

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

Wow, what beautiful flowers, well done on growing such beauties!

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

They are just gorgeous Stella! Thank you for sharing the picture with us.

Hugs, Paula

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

I am so jealous. I absolutely love peonies..the smell is so fabulous. They are just gorgeous!

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

You know Stella, you could have this picture printed off into 4 wallets. You could then glue one of them to the front of a piece of copy folded into 4th's, write a little saying in it about "hoping these flowers make you smile" and send it to a friend. I bet it would, cause they sure are pretty!

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

I'm sorry, I meant to say "copy paper". I apparently can't proof read my own work. lol

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June 19, 20110 found this helpful

Well done.

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June 19, 20110 found this helpful

What is your growing secret? I cannot get my peonies to flourish.

DennisInTexas

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April 18, 20160 found this helpful

My peony bulb was so Crimson pink and when I blew two years later, it came out white. Can anybody tell me why? Thank you. Is it the acidity in the soil?

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August 23, 2016

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I have always loved the sweet fragrance and beauty of peonies. Years ago a friend would bring a bouquet to work for all of us to enjoy. Now I finally have some of my own!

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Jamesville, NC

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August 27, 20160 found this helpful

They are beautiful.

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August 30, 20160 found this helpful

Thanks! My only concern is when there are tiny black ants in them. Have you seen that before?

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September 12, 20160 found this helpful

Sorry I just now noticed your comment. Ants have always been on every peony bush I have ever seen. They do no harm to the plant. Some people think the ants are necessary for the buds to open, but that's not true. The bud has a tiny bit of sticky 'nectar' that the ants like.

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September 12, 20160 found this helpful

I have lived in the Tarheel state all my life. This is my first time to know there is a town here named 'Jamesville'. In 2010, the census showed the population to be 491. Maybe that's why.

A town that small has to have a lot of charm, and maybe a little peace and quiet. A lot different where I am with several hundred thousand.

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September 27, 20160 found this helpful

Yes, our town is really small and we love living in the country. Sounds like you live in a very large city...do you like that?

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June 28, 2011

This was a well-traveled peony bush! It was taken from cuttings back in 2005 from a bush in my folk's yard, that in turn had come from my Grandma's yard in Wisconsin, more than 35 years earlier.

The bush is now over 4 feet across and almost 4 feet high. This blossom was so large (almost 6 inches across) and so exquisitely 'pink'. The bright green foliage contrasted beautifully, due to being a bit cloudy that day. I liked it so much I use it as my screensaver.

By Mary CS from Woodridge, Illinois

A pink peony surrounded by green leaves.

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June 30, 20110 found this helpful

So beautiful! Does it have a name?

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July 1, 20110 found this helpful

Very, very pretty. Mine has not bloomed at all this year, but still looks healthy. I live in Toledo, OH zone 5. Any ideas of why it may not have bloomed? Thanks, Kathy

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June 15, 2010

I always get excited about my first peony bloom of the season. I think they are one of the most beautiful flowers. I wish they lasted longer!

By Elaine

A large pink peony blossom.

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October 27, 2010

I built the bird house and the little chair. Some years the peonies bloom, sometimes not. Sparrows nest in there.

By Dave

Peonies

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October 31, 20100 found this helpful

Love that little "cottage" look. Very nice. I'm sure the little sparrows enjoy their home too. This is a very lovely picture. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Pookarina

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June 3, 2010

This vibrant shocking pink peony is a relative of a peony that dates back to WW2. While it isn't as big as my white peonies, this one holds a special place in my heart since it was from my dear mother-in-law's peony that she transplanted from her home during the 40's. She has been gone for many years now but every year when my special peony blooms it reminds me of her.

By Janet

A bright pink peony blooming outside.

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January 31, 2017

Every spring my peony bush near my driveway entrance at my home has buds on it that blossom into pristine pink blooms that are transparent as the sun catches a petal of the bloom.

A very light pink peony in bloom.

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June 4, 2012

I took this in mid-May 2012 as my next-door neighbor's garden had its best peony season ever.

Pink peonies in bloom.

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June 15, 20100 found this helpful

This is a close-up of one of my peony blooms after a rain shower.

By Debbie

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Very pretty. Good luck. (05/26/2010)

By kffrmw88

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Awesome close up.Thanks for sharing. (05/27/2010)

By keeper60

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May 26, 20100 found this helpful


These are some pictures of my Mom's Peonies. I think they are just beautiful and so very fragrant

By Debbie from Berwick, ME

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Ooo - I wish I could grow something like that! I don't think peonies do well in the south, tho. Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with us. God bless you. (07/02/2009)

By tedsmom

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Beautiful picture! Peonies are my favorite flower because of their beauty and smell, but most of all they remind me of my beautiful grandmother because they were her favorite as well. I have not yet tried to grow them myself. (07/02/2009)

By Cindy S.

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June 30, 20090 found this helpful


Peonies and ants, what to do? You can't have Peonies without ants, as far as I know from experience. The ants love the sweetness of the budding beauty. Don't let that stop you from cutting them and putting them in a vase. Shake them, gently tape them on the ground or flick those little trespassers off with your finger.

The perfume will fill your room. I've brought hundreds of Peonies into my house and never have I gotten invaded by ants. You might get a few, but they won't overtake the premises. If that bothers you, then put them on a covered porch so you can sit and enjoy their scent.

By Deb H. from East Brunswick, NJ

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That sounds fun I am going to plant some this year. I already have morning glories! Robyn (04/29/2009)

By Robyn Fed

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Just lovely - this is what I miss about living in FL. (05/02/2009)

By LadyDi1947

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God gives us all lovely flowers, but sadly HE decided to give us in So.Ca. many plants just as pretty, but no peonies for us. These are pretty enough to eat! Having worked as a floral designer and having peonies shipped in. They didn't have a fragrance after being refrigerated.
sigh. GG Vi (05/02/2009)

By Great Granny Vi

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April 29, 20090 found this helpful


My passion is gardening and one of my many favorites are the Peonies. This Peony is ready to burst into glorious bloom! And the fragrance fills the air, how serene.

Don't be afraid to divide these beauties. I've done it with a shovel in the fall or early spring. It might sound harsh, but I just put the shovel where I want to divide, leaving at least 6 sprouts, and shove the shovel straight down.

Then dig around the perimeter, about 8 inches deep. Loosen from the existing plant and transplant to another sunny location. They won't put on a great display the first year, but your patience will be rewarded!

By Deb H. from East Brunswick, NJ

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These are beautiful pictures. We have a couple of peonies in our garden and love them. Thanks for the idea about dividing them. We may try that this fall. (04/24/2009)

By Happy05

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April 23, 20090 found this helpful


I simply love peonies! Their beauty in the Spring and their fragrance just warms my heart!
I use the typical peony rings to support those big beautiful blooms, but I also use medium size round tomato cages. I spray painted them green and put them in place in April before the plant gets too tall. Over the years as the peony widens I just put a second cage next to the other. They stay in place all summer because the leaves of the peony hide the cage. The cages are a bit taller than the typical peony rings, which helps hold their blooms up high! A proud flower I'd say!

By Deb H. from East Brunswick, NJ

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Deb, that is beautiful! Don't you wish they lasted longer? (04/17/2009)

By Laniegirl

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Hi Deb!
Peonies are my favorite flower too! Just like Laniegirl said, I wish they would last longer. I love their scent. What is the name of the peony in the photo? Every year I add one or more peony plants to my garden. (04/19/2009)

By SueBee

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Guess this is the "peonies lovers club" cause I'm joining. I have several peonies. One is a deep cerise. It's from my mother-in-law's peony. She is gone many years now. The beauty of the peony reminds me of what a beautiful person she was. She used to call them peony roses. they do smell like roses don't they? Yours is beautiful! (04/19/2009)

By Jan Lee

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SueBee, I don't know the name of my peonies. My neighbor was getting rid of hers and offered them to me! She had them planted in a very shady site, so they never flowered for her. I told her to plant them in the sun and they'd probably flower by the next year. She didn't want to do that, I was thrilled to receive them and have enjoyed them for years.

BTW Janlee mentioned her mother-in law's peony. My Aunt had my grandmother's peony, about 70-80 years old! It was never divided so it was big enough for me to divide and give to my uncle, 2 cousins and myself, and leave a big portion for my Aunt. It is a beautiful reminder of the beautiful people who have graced our life! (04/19/2009)

By Deb H.

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