Peony Singing In The Rain

Peony Singing In The Rain is a Midseason semi-double rose-type apricot Peony Itoh Hybrid, blooms appears light orange upon opening, fading to yellow, lightly fragrant, first bloomed 2000, (Donald Smith, USA, 2002).

Bare root size: 3/5 eye
Size Weight
3/5 eye 300 gram
Quantity per standard box:

Perennial Box Size (standard) = 24" x 16" x 9" or, 60cm x 40cm x 23cm

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Peony Singing In The Rain is one of the many special semi-double rose-type apricot Itoh Peonies that we grow at Peony Nursery Peony Shop Holland. Itoh Hybrid Singing in the Rain is lovely for in the garden with its attractive foliage. Intersectional peony hybrids, also known as Itoh hybrids, named in honor of Toichi Itoh, the originator of these unique hybrid peonies. They are representative of the progeny of crossing or hybridizing the two main groups or selections of peonies; the herbaceous hybrids which die down sub surface buds during their dormant season and the tree or woody shrub peonies which retain a year round woody branch structure above ground level. During their dormant season, the Itoh or Intersectional hybrids retain only extremely short (1"-2") woody stems above ground level. Ornamentally, they achieve the best of both parental worlds with the handsome flowers and foliage of the woody tree peonies displayed on an herbaceous plant, with annual new growth originating from buds below ground level. Strong healthy plants form attractive dense, neat rounded bushes which are shorter in stature than most tree peonies. Flowers are displayed above the handsome foliage that remains greener longer than their herbaceous parents. Intersectional hybrids are somewhat hardier than tree peonies and more tolerant of heat and humidity which extends their ornamental potential in both the North and south.

Regarding Peony grower Peony Shop Holland ""

Peony Nursery Peony Shop Holland in these days solely focuses on developing unique, very high quality peonies. It has not always been this situation. This specific firm has a rich back ground starting in the year 1875 with the help of Simon Scholten who has been growing veggies and fruit for income.

During 2001 the firm produced their new-found selling-label & brand "" and they began centering on increasing unique peonies. During the year 2002 the company launched their very own on-line peonyshop together with Peonies & Buxus. Within the year 2003 Joshua Scholten started off on with breeding peonies. After that in year 2004 the particular firm started to market peonies from the Netherlands all-around European countries, Usa and even Asia.

Right now our own peony nursery is focused on increasing and developing exceptional, good quality peony roots that are marketed and released world wide. Furthermore this company also reduce peonies primarily assisting the Dutch peony flower market place.

The things we pride:
  • The excellent quality of our own products
  • The ability to foreign trade all over the globe
  • All of our substantial collection of apricot peonies like Singing In The Rain
  • Our stock of large potential seedlings

About Singing In The Rain peony plants

The fall season is really the right period of time for growing a peony. The peonies happen to be extremely long-lived plants long lasting close to 50 to 70 years, so as soon as you have the particular peonies planted rightly, an individual definitely will enjoy them for a long time. Peonies have a preference for a sunny position with a well-drained ground. A high quality air flow movement presented around the the peony plant can also be important and vital. All of these surroundings allow this type of plants to stay away from sickness problems. To prepare the seeding hole for the purpose of a bareroot peony, dig the dirt to the depth of 12-18inches. Use garden tools to release the sides of the growing hole as well. It is really especially important and vital that the "eyes, ", or growth nodes, positioned close to the bottom of the old stem, end up no greater than 2 inch below the ground surface area.