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Moutan Peony Overview
This species is slow-growing, The foliage is medium to dark green and deeply cut in a bold pattern. The blooms come in a large variety of colours and textures and. They look similar to crinkled crepe paper and have a shiny finish.
How to propagate Moutan Peony
Propagate by seed in autumn (may take up to 3 years to germinate), tuberous species by root cuttings in winter, tree peonies by semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.
Grafting in winter.
Perennials may also be propagated by division in autumn or early spring.
Special features of Moutan Peony
Other uses of Moutan Peony
Fragrance, hedging, cutting bed, border, specimen Summer interest.