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Peony ‘Bowl of Beauty’
(Paeonia)

£20.00

£20.00
June - August
100cm x 100cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Fragrant
Fully Hardy
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Peony ‘Bowl of Beauty’ graces our range with its stunning, vivid blooms, making a striking statement in any garden. These large, bowl-shaped flowers, layered with fragrant pink petals surrounding a creamy yellow centre, are not only a visual feature but also perfect for cutting and gifting. Pairing beautifully with hydrangeas and alliums, this peony adds vibrant colour and interest to your garden.

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Description

Peony 'Bowl of Beauty' stands as a timeless beauty renowned for its low-maintenance nature and longevity, this lactiflora Peony is a reliable and easy-to-grow perennial. The large bowl-shaped flowers boast fragrant pink petals, delicately cradling a creamy yellow centre, creating a visual masterpiece. The soft, silky blooms and sturdy stems make it an ideal choice for radiant cut floral arrangements. Standing at around 80cm, 'Bowl of Beauty' is a compact Peony, suitable for both garden beds and containers. Its mid-green leaves provide seasonal interest, and the plant is known for its exceptional resilience. Originating from Asia and introduced to Europe in the 1800s, this Peony has become a classic favourite. It flourishes in city and courtyard gardens, as well as cottage-style landscapes, adding charm to flower borders and beds. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a novice, 'Bowl of Beauty' Peony is a delightful addition that transcends time, providing years of stunning blooms and fragrance. A gift that keeps on giving, this Peony outlives the average lifespan, making it a cherished perennial in any garden. Peony 'Bowl of Beauty' not only captivates as a standalone beauty but also finds perfect plant partners in Hydrangeas, Delphiniums, Alliums, and Baptisia's. When strategically paired with these companions, the garden comes alive with a harmonious blend of colours, shapes, and textures, creating a truly enchanting landscape. Whether nestled among other perennials or featured prominently, the 'Bowl of Beauty' Peony elevates the garden's aesthetic, ensuring a delightful visual symphony throughout the seasons.

Planting Conditions

Ensuring a splendid display of Peony 'Bowl of Beauty' involves thoughtful planting. Plant at the right depth, with peony eyes no more than 3cm below the surface to promote abundant flowering. Improve drainage in heavy soil by incorporating sand or grit during planting. Choose a sheltered spot to guard against strong winds, preventing the top-heavy blooms from swaying. Additionally, consider using a protective cage to support the stem when the large blooms are in full splendour, ensuring these captivating Peonies stand tall and elegant in your garden.

Watering & Feeding

Caring for Peony 'Bowl of Beauty' involves a mindful approach to watering and feeding. Choose a sunny or partially shaded location with free-draining soil. To enhance drainage in heavy soil, we advise incorporating sand or grit during planting. Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during dry spells, providing gentle hydration without waterlogging as Peonies dislike wet roots. For feeding, apply a balanced fertiliser in early Spring to support robust growth and vibrant blooms. With this thoughtful care routine, your 'Bowl of Beauty' Peonies will thrive, revealing their large captivating blooms and adding a touch of natural elegance to your garden.

General Care

Tending to Peony 'Bowl of Beauty' involves a little attentive care. We suggest removing fading flowers promptly and, in Autumn, trim back the plant after the foliage has withered. Keep an eye out for potential challenges, such as leaf and bud eelworm, swift moth larvae in the soil, and be mindful of susceptibility to virus, honey fungus, Verticillium wilt, peony leaf blotch, and peony wilt. By addressing these considerations and removing issues swiftly, your 'Bowl of Beauty' Peonies will be free to flourish, radiating long-lasting beauty in your garden while remaining healthy and vigorous.