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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Thursday, June 20, 2013

My Peony 'Coral Charm'. Pictures (June 2013, WA)






Why I got this plant - Peony - The Best I've Ever Seen

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19 comments:

  1. Beautiful, love the color.

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  2. Glorious peony! I've never seen 'Coral Charm' before but it is stunning! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  3. An absolutely love peony, I can see why you planted it. Fantastic flowers. How did you stake yours, I don't see the stakes.

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  4. This is an amazing peony Tatyana. I never saw a more beautiful one either.

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  5. Oh, Tatanya, I've wanted 'Coral Charm' for forever! And your pictures say why. Just a perfect peony, that's all.

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  6. Peony ' Coral Charm' a beauty!!!!

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  7. What a stunning flower...not be left out of a garden and these pictures are beautiful.

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  8. Lovely! I have a similar peony called 'Abalone Pearl'.

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  9. Absolutely lovely! I have a 'Coral Sunset', which is very similar. I love the coral peonies!

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  10. That may be the most stunning peony I've seen. And the photos from Germany are amazing. It looks like a Old Master still-life.

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  11. That is one of the dreamiest colors of Peonies I've ever seen! I'm a big fan of the soft pastel pink ones, too, but sometimes they can look washed out in a photograph. Your images show the coral color in its full glory!

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  12. Superb shots, and great peonies, and some nice gardening there.

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  13. Tanya WOW stunning peonies an excellent blog as ever.

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  14. Tatyana, your Peony Coral Charm looks, well, simply charming.

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  15. Yes indeed. The color is delicious, the form is lovely. Gorgeous!

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  16. Can I be in Love with a flower?
    Why yes, I can and it's your beautiful Peony.

    Linda

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  17. Perfect petals of outstanding color, and I love the details in the center of the flower.

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