Peony Bartzella are starting to bloom @Peacock Horticultural Nursery. Bartzella is a intersectional ( a tree peony crossed with a herbaceous peony). We have a few available for sale in bloom. Mother’s Day is coming… or, just a little gift to yourself.FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER
Here are a few of the beautiful blooms in the nursery this month.
- Arisaema ciliatum
- Callistemon citrinus ‘Jeffersii’ ( Pink BottleBrush)
- Camellia ‘Scented Sun’
- Iris ‘Count Pulaski’ (Louisiana Iris)
- Iris pseudacorus ‘Roy Davidson’ (Flag Iris)
- Paeonia ‘Bartzella’ (Intersectional Peony)
- Podophyllum ‘Spotty Dotty’ (Mayapple)
- Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’ (Frisia Black Locust Tree)
I am very excited to finally be able to offer blooming Paeonia (pay-OH-nee-ah) obovata plants (6-7 year old plants). This rarely offered Japanese Woodland Peony is slow-growing and usually takes more than five years to reach blooming size from seed. But, with a little patience, you are rewarded in late spring by their lovely single, rose-pink flowers on 18″ – 24″ stems. In the fall, the mature seed pods split open to reveal dramatic metallic-blue fertile seeds and red infertile seeds.
Paeonia obovata prefers bright shade in humus-rich, moist, well drained soil, in USDA zones 5 – 8. Very limited quantities are available.
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