A New Perennial Species of Peonys

This isn't your grandma's peonys! See the beautiful new species you can have in your garden
Today on Good 4 Utah Gardens Gretchen and George talk about a new perennial species of peonys…A cross between grandma’s old fashioned peony and the tree peony. These new hybrids give us the best of both worlds including the following attributes:
  • Herbaceous foliage like a garden peony, in some cases a more narrow, finely cut leaf; attractive out of bloom
  • Tree peony type blooms that are held upright, on more sturdy stems
  • Large flowers 6-8” in size
  • 5-6 year old plants have been reported to have 50-60 blooms
  • Monrovia produces a 3-year old 5 gallon, to bring a flowering Itoh to the consumer. Peonies are
  • sensitive to planting too deep. The container product makes planting at the correct depth easy.
  • Heavy bloomer due to its higher than average number of secondary buds
  • Full to Partial sun
  • 20-30” Tall x similar spread
  • Amending soil with organic matter is recommended
  • Lifespan of Itoh – multiple generations…will literally outlive you!
Visit www.MillCreekGardens.com for more information. 
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