Peony Species are plants as they are found in the wild, or are very closely related to those. Often these selections of wild plants were used for crossing and are thus parents of the first generation of numerous widely distributed cultivated varieties. Many of these specimens are true rarities and are threatened with extinction in the wild. In the genus Paeonia there are both herbaceous and woody wild species. Almost all of them are characterized by relatively small, simple flowers and a very early flowering time. Most wild species prefer very dry soil and are rather slow in growth compared to their hybrid offspring. On this page you can see all our peony wild species now, both herbaceous and woody.
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