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Peonies for the South Project

Posted by maifleur 5b-6 MO (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 28, 09 at 22:42

I have posted this before. Auburn University received peonies from a grower that moved to the northwest. Each year they publish a list of peonies that do well in Alabama. There is little reason to think that the peonies listed would not do well along the Gulf Coast.

Many of the peonies are Chinese tree peonies but there are several herbaceous ones. There are two growers in Pennsylvania and one in California that grow the Chinese tree peonies. The Chinese tree peonies seem to need a period of 1-3 years to adjust to my growing conditions if purchased from China. The Chinese growing area is generally warmer than this area.

Here is a link that might be useful: Peonies for the South-Auburn

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RE: Peonies for the South Project

It appears that the link to their suggested peony list is incorrect on their web site. Here is a good one.

Here is a link that might be useful: Auburn Universtiy Suggested Peony List 2008

RE: Peonies for the South Project

Thanks, the link showed some at the bottem of the page but I thought the problem was with my pc when I could not open the link.

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