625 New York Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11203
We have a 20,000 sq. ft. Nursery One of Brooklyn's Largest!
Description: Peony Hoki, Paeonia suffruticosa ‘Hoki’, demands attention in the garden with bright lipstick red, semi-double blooms in late spring. Bright yellow stamens nicely accent the colorful flowers of ‘Hoki’. Tree Peonies differ from garden peonies in that they have a woody stem like a shrub. The woody branches do not die back to the ground in the winter and should not be trimmed back. Deer resistant foliage. There are very few plants that can compete with a tree peony in full bloom. A mature plant can have in excess of a hundred flowers and these can be 10″ or more across! Japanese tree peonies tend to have less double flowers than their Chinese peers, and the flowers are more open and delicate. Growing only 4-5′ tall, these exceptional tree peonies are sub-zero hardy and bloom for a lifetime.