The peonies are blooming now and what a riot of color and fragrance that is!
Visitors to the farm/gardens are amazed at the beauty they see . The flowers in bloom are indeed gorgeous and a sight to behold. And for our locals, those who had not visited the farm before were astounded that we have been at this location for over 5 years now and the number of peony varieties planted (over 2,500 peonies).
The gardens will be open to the public until June 28. 2015 from 11am to 4pm. Do come and visit!
>With Fall around the corner, thought I’d share the 4 part video regarding the care of the different classes of peonies that is posted on our website: Peonies Fall Care
As you scroll down towards the middle of the page, you will see the different videos for each category.
Please note that the care for the Tree Peony is somewhat different from the other peonies and if you have tree peonies, please really pay attention.
PEONY FALL CARE – a 4 Part Video Presentation
Video 1: Overview – Why
Steps to take to put your peonies to bed for fall –
Video 2: Herbaceous Peonies
Video 3: Itoh Peonies
Video 4: Tree Peonies
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The peonies season is here and they are blooming. Peony Farm is once again holding its Annual Peonies on Parade 5/15/2014-June 29/2014 showcasing the beautiful, gorgeous and fragrant peonies in bloom!
The very early blooming peonies started, and on its tail – the Tree Peonies. How exciting to see the buds open.
The flowers are bigger now that the tree peony is a bit older.
Here are the peonies currently in bloom:
Anna Marie Tree Peony
Hana Kisoi Tree Peony
Godaishu Tree Peony
Iphigenia Tree Peony
Kokamon Tree Peony
Kamada Nishik Tree Peony
Snow Lotus Tree Peony
and many more on its way!
The tree peonies in bloom is spectacular if only in the size of its blossoms and vibrancy of the flower colors.
The early blooming peonies are starting to open and that means Coral Charm, Red Charm, Paula Fay, Pink Hawaiian Coral, Salmon Dream, Raspberry Char, Walter Mains, Buckeye Belle (to name a few) are on their way!
Come and Enjoy the beautiful peonies in bloom in a wide variety of colors and form at the Annual Peonies on Parade at Peony Farm.
Wow! 2011 came and went like the wind. 1100 peonies were planted; 124 peony varieties. We also planted 15 japanese ensata iris varieties. And they’re all covered in snow right now.
AND, I finally got a Shopping Cart in place in my website: www.ilovepeonies.com! It is clickable inside the website and can also be accessed directly at http://shop,ilovepeonies.com
2011 ended better than we expected, gained more friends at the farm! We’ve put to use our back lot to get all 1100 plants in; put up a tent (which almost got blown away by a fierce wind) for our farm tools; and we expanded the flower beds at the entrance in order to plant more exhibition peonies.
We are waiting anxiously for Spring to arrive and witness the peonies in bloom. 1100 plants! Can you just imagine how many peonies that means?
Peony Farm, Sequim, WA is expecting delivery of beautiful, new varieties of peonies mid September this year. This addition is in inline with Peony Farm’s goal to make more varieties of peonies available locally.
Varieties like Amalia Olson, Henry Bockstoce, Lavon and Petticoat Flounce are among the herbaceous peonies; Cora Louise is the newest itoh peony addition; Ruffled Sunset and Godaishu tops the list among the Tree Peonies.
Petticoat Flounce is creating quite a stir and is much in demand on the Pre-Order. Bartzella Itoh peony, however, with its lush shrub and big,vibrant yellow flowers captured a lot of people’s attention while Red Charm peony wowed the visitors with its extraordinary luscious red flowers.
Here are some photos. You can view more of the peonies collection at: Herbaceous Peonies at Peony Farm
Peonies On Parade
On another note, Peony Farm experienced quite a turnout in this years’ Peony on Parade. The visitors were rewarded with a view of the beautiful, dazzling peonies in bloom. Although the peonies were late in blooming due to the weather, visitors just came back to visit when the blooms finally arrived. And they were rewarded to see quite a variety of peonies all in one place. Peony Farm carries peonies in all flower form – single, japanese, semi-double, double and bomb. And it was rewarding for the visitors to see such a variety locally, all in one place.
To view Peony Farm’s website, go to:Peonies Catalog at