Paeonia High Noon Tree Peony

Paeonia High Noon, Tree Peony

An award winning American hybrid Tree Peony, High Noon features luxurious 6-9″ semi-double, lemon scented flowers that are bright yellow with red flares in the center. Its massive flowers appear in late spring and occasionally rebloom in late summer or fall. It matures to a spectacular specimen plant that grows 4-5’ tall and wide.

Winner of the prestigious American Peony Society’s Gold Medal award, the Society’s highest honor.

Tree peonies are woody shrubs that do not die to the ground like garden peonies. They can live 100 years or more.

Planting – Tree Peonies are grafted plants. When planting add compost and bury the graft union (bulge on main stem) 4-6″ below the soil surface. This will encourage more roots. After planting, only an inch or two of the woody stem may show above the ground. A partially shaded site, protected from the hot afternoon sun, will prolong the lives of its blossoms.

Fertilizing – To encourage a bumper crop of spring flowers an application of bone meal or a fertilizer with a high potash content should be applied in early fall. In spring, lightly fertilize with an all purpose fertilizer.

Pruning – Tree Peonies rarely need pruning except to remove dead wood, although they can be pruned to rejuvenate an old shrub, or to maintain a desired shape and size. The best time to prune is early spring just as their buds are swelling, yet Gardener beware, you will be pruning off spring flowers.

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