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Friday, July 15, 2011

Peony - The Best I've Ever Seen

 PalmenGarten in Frankfurt, Germany. Unknown to me peony (or two, since the color of blooms is different?) Please tell me the name of this variety if you know it!
 More pictures from the PalmenGarten in my next post.

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16 comments:

  1. Those are beautiful.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  2. Those peonies are amazing. Wow!

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  3. Tatyana, I am very jealous of your peonies! Peonies are my favourite flowers but I can never grow them in my garden. I have the fake ones in a vase in my living room and I have never ever seen the real ones :(

    Peonies, peonies I love you.....

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  4. So beautiful...I love peonies<3Could it be hybrid Coral Charm?I think it's just one,the colour of the bloom changes when it gets older.
    Hollingsworth nursery sells both Coral Charm and Coral Sunset which is brighter shade of coral.
    Happy gardening:)

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  5. What a lovely shade. I hope you find the answer--I'd LOVE to try them!

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  6. in size at a distance they look like rannuculas sp

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  7. Just wow - what a beauty.

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  8. I agree that it is one of the 'coral' varieties, they are quite amazing! Look at the Swenson peony site as well... L

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  9. What an incredible peony!!! Perhaps if you email the garden there might be someone who speaks English who can help you. But I have to agree with you. I think these are the most beautiful peonies I've ever seen, too. I love the pinkish-apricot color. :o)

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  10. Sigh...I would have had those in my wedding if I'd known about them then. I love peonies...they are awesome vase flowers, too. Ultra feminine...

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  11. Oh my, I can see why you loved this peony. What a beauty. The different coral pinks are so gorgeous. Is it a Tree Peony?

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  12. So pretty, they look like they are the art that came right off a bolt of material. A heavenly vintage Jacquard.

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  13. I'll support the Coral Charm IDthat others have left.

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  14. That is a beautiful peony. So many different shades of warm pink in one flower.

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  15. Oh Tatyana. These peonies are SO fabulous. I saw a bush almost like it on one of my garden tours last month. I was in love instantly just like you. I've been searching high and low for a name and I hope, hope, hope it's 'Coral Charm' because I ordered one to be delivered this fall. Crossing my fingers and hope you find out what it is and get one for your beautiful garden.

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  16. WOW!!!!!!! thanks for linking in this week. I am always in awe of all the different flowers everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I always enjoy stopping by here! I hope you will link in again soon!
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