A good year for peonies! For hydrangeas not so much
By The Next Stage on June 03, 2014
Fernleaf peony I thought this might be a good year for peonies. They’re reputed to like cold winters and those gorgeous peonies we saw in Russia certainly suggested a connection between frigid winters and spectacular peony blooms. The peony season began with the early blooming delicate fern leaf peony followed by the most spectacular of all, the non-herbaceous peonies commonly known as tree peonies.pink tree peonyMy favorite combination is a bright white that I planted next to a deep burgundy tree peony. . . .