is a tree peony to beat all tree peonies -- look at that
features enormous apricot-pink semi-double blooms in late
spring. The beautiful flowers are fragrant and elegantly
ruffled and make a great cut flower.
Tree peonies differ from garden
peonies in that they have a woody stem like a shrub. The
woody branches do not die back to the ground in the winter
and should not be trimmed back. Best flowering in full