Wordless Wednesday 13/6/12 – Peonies

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  1. Christina says:

    Very beautiful if fleeting, something to enjoy in someone else’s garden. Christina

  2. I do love peonies and half of mine bloomed…need to check the others…I think they are buried too deep after adding amendments to the garden…yours is a lovely flower!!

  3. Dobby says:

    Mine are no where near flowering yet. One is in too much shade and I just don’t know about the other one. Will have to keep coming back to look at yours.

    1. patientgardener says:

      Oh they arent my peonies – they are growing in a garden I visited at the weekend. The ones that have opened in my garden are sad and soggy

  4. Yvonne Ryan says:

    Yvonne – NZ – Peonies bloom in Nov for me to BUY some for my birthday!!! They come from the South Island. Managed to bring a HUGE bunch of 25 back from Christchurch last Nov – from a grower just around the road from my sister. Caused much comment on the plane!! Just discovered a red tulip out in bloom – from last years bulbs – a bit early as usually flower August/September. Hope you are not getting the rain that Wales – been on our tele – poor things!

  5. Ronnie@hurtledto60 says:

    Alongside roses, peonies are one of natures beautiful flowers. Such a pity they don’t last all summer but when in bloom they are magnificent. Thank you for your slide show.

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