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By Waddy

West Yorkshire, United Kingdom Gb

I have been given a small rooted cutting of a Tree Peony. Can anyone tell me how big it is likely to grow and what conditions it likes? Thanks




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Hi Waddy a good metre in height and width, neutral to acid soil.

27 Jun, 2015

 

There is a neighbours tree peony in my pictures which is years old. You can see how big it is compared with the washing line.

27 Jun, 2015

 

Mine are nearer to 2 metres and grow in strongly alkaline, dry soil.

27 Jun, 2015

 

Thanks everyone...I've taken a look at your pics Cammomile, and it's definitely going to grow too big for my garden. I might have to give it away, which is a shame, I understand it's a beautiful yellow.

28 Jun, 2015

 

I've got a yellow one which only flowered for the first time last year at three years old, but didn't flower this year. Mine's got to go too.

28 Jun, 2015

 

What a shame :(

28 Jun, 2015

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