Tagged with peonies

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day–June 15th

At Plant Exchange blog, we celebrate Spring with delicate peonies. Long-lived peonies are a perennial staple of the Northern Plains. Colorful blooms are commonly 3 inches in diameter. No wonder they are among early favorites for flower bouquets. Peony shrubs grow well in temperate climates, USDA Zone 3-6 or so. The buds require chilling temperatures … Continue reading

Peonies For Spring

Welcome to Plant Exchange where we share about plants of the USDA Zone 4-5a and people who grow them. Thanks for your visit. Lots of plant topics shared by lots of gardeners. Mary Ann King, a Master Gardener in Yankton, writes about one of her favorite perennials, peonies. She has grown them many years and … Continue reading