The spring flower show-stoppers have arrived—like my pink tree peony! This tree peony was a gift from a friend a few years ago. The only thing I know is it is truly from China. But never a weary world traveler, this peony is always the first to open when others in my garden are still just budding.
I must mention my red rhododendrons. My late mother had them in her garden, and this is not the expected shade in most East Coast gardens. But I liked the idea of them and sought them out. And I am glad I did. They add amazing color!
This rich, deep-colored herbaceous peony blooms a little later than the tree peonies, but it is just as beautiful.
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