Last week we looked at the top posts of 2022 in terms of visitors. It was a chance for me to know what are your favorite posts. 2 days later I shared My Favorite Nature Photos for 2022. In the past I shared a mix of nature and flowers posts in one post, but there were too many photos this year. Today’s review includes both flowers in the garden and bouquets in the house from the last year.Read More
Peony Garden, University of Michigan Arboretum
Photos are courtesy of my friend Diane. Her garden club visited the W.E. Upjohn Peony Garden at Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is one of the world’s premiere collections. The garden holds nearly 800 peonies and over 10,000 flowers at peak bloom.
June is the time to visit the Peony Garden at U. of M. Arboretum in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The flowers are amazing.Read More
A Friend’s Peonies
Peonies are hardy to Zone 3 and grow well as far south as Zones 7 and 8. In most of the U.S., the rules for success are simple: provide full sun and well-drained soil. Peonies even relish cold winters, because they need chilling for bud formation.
Happy Father’s Day to All Fathers!!
I love peonies; they are so beautiful. Like many northern plants, they don’t grow here in central Florida’s growing zone 9B. So I enjoy the photos from friends and have to be content with my tropical plants. Today’s photos are from my childhood friend, Carolyn. We grew up in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, many decades ago. We went to the same college in Nashville, but then she went north to Canada. I came south to Florida. Now we’re friends on Facebook. Many thanks Carolyn for sharing your beautiful peonies.