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Flowers Index - Peony

Peony Info

This extraordinarily stunning flower has been named after Paeon, the physician to the Greek Gods.
There are many types of Peonies:  Single Peonies, Japanese and Anemone Peonies, Semi-Double Peonies, Double Peony flowers, Bomb Double Peony flowers.

In China, Peony is the traditional flower symbol .it is the state flower of Indiana, and the 12th wedding anniversary flower.  Peonies are known as the flower of riches and honor.  Peonies with their lush, full,
rounded bloom, signify romance and prosperity . They are regarded as an omen of good fortune and symbolize a happy marital union.

Peonies can thrive in winters as well as warmer climates. They do not prefer water-logged soils but heavier soil to grow on. They prefer slightly sunny or lightly shadowed conditions.
The best time of the year to plant them is late April for warmer climatic regions and May-June for colder climatic regions.
They should be watered regularly and over watering of the plant should be avoided.

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