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  1. How do you transplant a peony?

    Peonies transplant better when you divide them.  Do this in the fall for best results!  First, dig up the plant.  Start digging a good 18 inches away from the crown of the plant.  Dig in circles around the plant, going deeper and deeper until you can gently lift the root ball out of the ground.  Prying the peony out of the...

    September 7, 2012

  2. Blanche Turner

    1916-Farr:33 Large, compact, globular, crown. Uniform rose-white (8), changing to pure white. Fragrance XX. A pleasing color. Tall, strong, free bloomer. Extra fine. Midseason. Not for sale.

    1920-B010:15 White with a blush centre, full double, large and fine, extra. $10.00. (Catalogue of 1907). Described in Cornell Bulletin 306, p. 87....

    February 9, 2016

  3. Peony Sale

    Members-only at 9:00; open to the public at 10:00.

    April 11, 2017

  4. About Peonies

    Wild Species and Ornamental Origins

    Thirty two species of wild peonies are native from the Mediterranean region to eastern Asia, with two species endemic to western North America. The wild peony species are mostly herbaceous perennials, but some Chinese species are woody shrubs, mistakenly but perhaps permanently called 'tree...

    January 20, 2017

  5. Code Breaking

    This page is your tool to decode and understand the historical information given for each cultivar in the Peony Database and if you wish, find the published citation by year, publication, and page. Peony enthusiasts and breeders constantly compare and judge peonies as worthy or...

    January 20, 2017

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