Monday, June 10, 2019

Peony

My Fern Leaf Peony from Larry is getting it's usual one bloom.
The ants are busy.
Far Side

19 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful color. Sending our love and prayers to you both.

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  2. My grandfather used to grow these in his yard. I always loved watching the ants open the flower buds. Beautiful color peony.

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  3. Beautiful. Ours have finished blooming for the year.

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  4. Our peony plants are out everywhere. I also love to watch the ants working hard to get them open. :-)

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  5. It is beautiful - my fern peony project this year has three buds!

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  6. What a deep, rich color! :)

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  7. A single bloom makes it even more beautiful.

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  8. They are fascinating peonies. Mine did do better this year even though it is in clay soil.

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  9. That is a beautiful color. Our peonies are almost spent now. They have been gorgeous in color up at the lake. Pinks and white. And the smell. Oh my!
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  10. Peonies = ants! And one always hides out and gets a ride in the house when you bring one in for a vase. That’s okay, though, because nothing smells better than a peony. Enjoy!

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  11. I guess your Peony is going for quality instead of quantity.
    It IS a pretty colour.

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  12. I had on of these years ago and then lost it. I do know that they seem to be hard to find now and if you do are very expensive....

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  13. Oh I just love peonies.....I used to have some beauties in a different house where I lived years ago. I never had a bush that just got ONE flower though. And I never had a fern leaf peony. That's a special kind for sure! Enjoy the beautiful flower and the wonderful smell. Take good care you two!

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  14. Ours are coming along. I'm ready!!!

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  15. It's going to be a beauty when it opens! My bushes did that for several years...just one bloom and then all of a sudden they grew up and now I get lots of blooms per bush.

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