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About Tree Peonies~Most varieties are hardy in Zones 4-8, reach 6 feet tall and wide (or so), and grow best in full sun and moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. They don't typically require pruning, but if it becomes necessary to control their size, the best time to do it is spring, right after they finish flowering.

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About Tree Peonies~Most varieties are hardy in Zones 4-8, reach 6 feet tall and wide (or so), and grow best in full sun and moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. They don't typically require pruning, but if it becomes necessary to control their size, the best time to do it is spring, right after they finish flowering.

Sarah Raven's Garden at Perch Hill Farm Garden Visit | Gardenista

Sarah Raven's Garden at Perch Hill Farm Garden Visit | Gardenista

Powderpuff hollyhocks and lilac crape myrtle perch with lacecap hydrangea 'Mariesii' upon an aged stone ledge.   - Veranda.com

Well-Arranged: Summer Blooms

Powderpuff hollyhocks and lilac crape myrtle perch with lacecap hydrangea 'Mariesii' upon an aged stone ledge. - Veranda.com

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