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Friday, June 1, 2012

Tree Peony Is a Star of May Garden

  This tree peony is the star of my May garden.
For the  first time ever, it gave ten flowers. It is a record so far.
I like the simple elegance of the flowers.
It's a pity that flowers don't last longer. But, even an expectation of a tree peony blooming is a thrill!

Last spring's late frost killed the peony buds. Maybe, because of that, it is doing its best this year.
 The white splashes on the flowers' trim are pretty:

Well, this is the end of a wonderful display. I need to fertilize it soon after the blooming ends and then just wait for next year!

If you need general information about tree peony classification, planting and care, I'd recommend this site:
 Tree Peony Garden.

Previous posts about this plant bought in 2007:
My First and Only Tree Peony
Tree Peony Blooming
I join Saturday Show OffCottage Garden Party and Weekly Top Shot
***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS


  1. Wow, wonderful indeed!

  2. Gorgeous peonies! Love your photos.

  3. Your tree peony is beautiful Tatyana! It was a spectacular year for ours as well... not certain what the common denominator is but I've heard several say their's were excellent as well... Larry

  4. Great color. The flowers look huge. The link you provided had lots of useful information. Thanks!

  5. What a beauty!!! So many flowers. This must have put a big smile on your face, especially after last year's disappointment. Now you still have the pictures to enjoy. Beautiful pictures!

  6. Tatyana, what gorgeous photos. I really love the pink peony, you captured the blooms beautifully! Have a great weekend.

  7. I am also always thrilled to whatch the flower of the treepeonie opening. What do you thank of the fragance she brings. I wish I could catch it in to a bottle.
    Great photho's Tatyana.
    Have a nice weekend

  8. Hi Tatyana! Always love visiting your blog. It's a delight!

  9. Hi Tatyana, So beautiful! I have many herbaceous peonies, but no tree peonies yet....

  10. Beautiful, Tatyana! You captured their beauty so elegantly.

  11. Just lovely Tatyana!! Love the touch of white on the tips of petals.

  12. Lovely, see it felt really bad about last year...and now it wants to make up for it.

    Such color, and stunning form.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

  13. I would love to grow a peony, this one is gorgeous!

  14. Wow, Tanya, that's a gorgeous plant and the pictures are perfect. Thank you so much for the link. I am still learning about treepeonies. Have a nice sunday !

  15. How lovely it is in your garden

  16. It is indeed a star! The color is enchantingly beautiful. My peonies are still young. I look forward to the day when they are as thick and full as yours.

  17. Beautiful! Thank you so much for linking up to Fishtail Cottage! xoxo, Tracie

  18. Impressive!! I can see why she is The Star! :D

  19. The peony is so pretty and I like your plant combinations in the garden.

  20. Absolutely beautiful! I so wish I could grow them here.

  21. Wow, Tatyana your gardens are simply gorgeous! Love that peony... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #33!

  22. Beautiful! I love how the tree peony looks with the Japanese maple. I hope my tree peonies look as good one day!

  23. We have a tree peony very similar to yours that bloomed for the first time last year and again over the last few weeks.... but nothing close to ten blossoms! What a magnificent tree you have!

  24. So pretty! Love that color!!!! Thank you for sharing over at this weeks Garden Party! I am so curious where you are located??? xoxo, tracie

  25. WOW! What a beautiful star it is! I am so jealous - we are just a bit too hot for peonies, even though I have a few in my garden just in case! ;) Loved seeing yours. I would be camped out there day and night so I wouldn't miss a second of these gorgeous blooms!

  26. Tree peonies certainly are thrilling aren't they? And worth the effort. Your pictures are very nice!

  27. How simply beautiful Tatyana. I love it. I have a little one but its leaves always dies in the spring and it doesn't grow well or bloom. After seeing yours I think I need to move it to a better spot in the garden maybe. Do you do anything special for yours?

  28. Stunning a garden of dreams. I love your pictures!!


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