Plants: Late Bloomer

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
White-laced crimson flowers sprout in profusion from this tree peony. Once mature, the plant may have up to 50 of these large blossoms.

A late bloomer, the plant is happy in full or partial sun and shows off its splendor in late May. It requires a minimum of fertilizer and may take up to three years to produce flowers.

  • Tree Peony costs $60 per plant (July 2006).
  • Dimensions: 5' tall (when fully mature)
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