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Tuesday, September 26, 2023


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Fantastic seed pods! Have you ever used them in a vase? Can they be dried?


Those seed heads are fascinating. It will be interesting to observe their behavior in future years.

Old Lady Gardener

What marvelously exotic seed pods!!!

Linda Brazill

OLG — They are a colorful addition to the fall garden and make the Peony an even more attractive garden plant.

Linda Brazill

CHAVLI — I don’t think I’ve ever used them in a vase. I should bring it indoors and see how it holds up.


You remind me that I need to collect the seeds and plant them in a pot before they disappear completely!

Linda Brazill

JERRY — I passed some of the fertile Peony on to gardening friends but never really planted any myself. Instead I just watch for seedlings to pop up. They are very obvious even as tiny plants. Then I put a few together until I get a blooming plant. I now have two nice plants using that technique.

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