Paeonia, Tulips and Cactus flowers!

My father started to plant Paeonia since 5 years, with the danger, fear and the idea that never they’re can grow up in his garden, but the competition was hight and he decided try to plant this fabulous flower.

Paeonia is a genus of flowering plants, the only genus in the family Paeoniaceae. They are native to Asia, Southern Europe and Western North America. Boundaries between species are not clear and estimates of the number of species range from 25 to 40. 

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Plant growth types are Herbaceous (nonwoody), Tree (shrub), and Itoh (or “Intersectional”), which is intermediate between herbaceous and tree forms. Herbaceous and Itoh are propagated by root division, and sometimes by seed. Tree peonies can be propagated by grafting, division, seed, and from cuttings, although root grafting is most common commercially.

I think that this Paeonia grow up with love and dedication and are gorgeous!

Then, we can found some tulips and some wonderful cactus flowers that welcome you in the house!

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Enjoy the summer with the food and the plants that you grown!

Mi LuMaCa

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