There are so many choices of flower plants for your garden. One of the most popular is peony flower plants. A peony flower plant is a plant in the Paeonia genus. Peonies are native to China and Japan, where they have long been prized for their showy displays of colorful flowers, and they are cultivated throughout the Northern Hemisphere in gardens of all shapes, styles, and sizes. You can also see peonies depicted in numerous works of Asian art, where they are associated with happiness, fortune, long life, and honor. Peony flower plants are very tough and versatile plants. For best results, plant peonies in a sunny or slightly shady area. They will develop best if receiving full sun, where they will generate the most number of blooms. When receiving more shade, they may generate a reduced amount of flowers, however, the flowers could endure a longer period of time once they do show up. Single flowered varieties appear to thrive better in shade compared to doubles.
Peony flower plants will thrive in most soils considering that they aren’t too damp and are sufficiently drained. They grow well on chalk and actually do favor alkaline conditions. If your soil is acidic employ some lime at planting. A weightier soil is much better than a lighter one. If you have light soil include some loam or good organic compost. This will help enhance moisture retention. If your garden is located at high altitude or is open to strong wind, taller types will require staking.