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(Hana-daijin Tree Peony, Tree Peony)

Large, semi-double to double, rosy purple blooms grace this old Japanese tree peony selection midseason. First sold in 1927 by Yokohama Nurseries of Yokohama, Japan, but known to exist as early as 1910, 'Hana-daijin' is also known for its spreading habit and crisp green foliage.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500...

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Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

Fully double, fluffy, pure white flowers grace this medium-sized tree peony. Named for the Chinese gardener who first introduced it in 1978, Sun Jing Yu, this vigorous selection produces many midseason blossoms above bushy plants with slightly wavy, deep green leaves.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Luo Yang Hong Tree Peony, Tree Peony)

The Tree Peony is a long lived deciduous shrub native to China and historically valued for its large, beautifully fragrant blooms. Depending on variety, flowers can be single or double and frilled or ruffled and range in shades of white, pale pink to brilliant reds, and sometimes yellow.

Luo Yang Hong, in particular, produces rose formed flowers that are purplish with dark red blotches. Flowers are densely fragrant and appear in mid to late spring. Tree Peony foliage is typically attractive,...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The Chinese tree peony, 'Hui Hong', boasts lots of beautiful, single blooms of soft purplish red on vigorous, upright plants. The lightly fragrant flowers appear midseason.

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...

Image of Paeonia suffruticosa

Auburn University Horticulture Department, Auburn, AL

(Tree Peony)

The blooms of tree peony, or moutan, are huge, bowl-shaped and stunning. This long-lived deciduous shrub originates from China, where it is referred to as the “King of Flowers”, and has been cultivated for over 1500 years.

The sparsely branched, deciduous shrub puts forth lush, irregularly cut, compound leaves of soft green in mid-spring. In late spring to summer, mature plants produce enormous bowl-shaped flowers with large crepe paper-like petals that may be single or double and frilled...