A Celebration Of Peonies — Susan Rushton

If I was forced to name my favourite flower, there’s a good chance it might be the peony. I love to see the red fronds of the herbaceous type pushing through the soil back to back together in their unearthly fashion around this time of year, full of promise for the season to come. And […]

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Live: Picnic at the Spring Hill Peony Farm —

November in the south of Australia means the arrival of long awaited peony blooms in florists and cool climate gardens. It is one of our favourite times of the year when peonies and roses are both in bloom! we are always on the hunt for beautiful open gardens and flower farms so when we came…

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Garden Magic, 2018

No drawing, painting, portrait or photo can match the beauty and detail of nature’s paintbrush.

For the Love of Peonies

For me, nothing in the garden is more beautiful then the peony.  Maybe it’s the memory of my mother’s garden in days gone by, but peonies hold a special, central place in my heart, mind and eye when I scan the late spring, early summer garden. Peonies don’t last very long, but the flowers do make for long-lasting indoor bouquets.