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two different blooms

Posted by vicky_sheboygan zone 5 (My Page) on
Tue, May 22, 12 at 22:47

I have a tree peony that has two distinct branches.

One has the appropriate color blooms, the other stem has blooms that are not what the tag shows. It is blooming now. Should I cut off the whole stem of the wrong-colored blooms as these may be coming from the root stock?


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RE: two different blooms

You can try to investigate it by uncovering it gently(unless it goes to deep). Does it look like a tree peony or normal perennial peony?


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RE: two different blooms

I think two different coloured blooms on the same plant sounds pretty interesting. If they are attractive blooms why would you want to discourage them?
Jan


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