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A questa pianta, molto diffusa in Europa anche allo stato selvatico, vennero attribuite fin dall'antichità mille virtù; oltre ad essere utilizzata come antidolorifico, si diceva che un rametto legato al collo dei pazzi li potesse curare dalla pazzia. Plinio il vecchio ce ne parla come della pianta del dio Peone, medico degli dei a cui dovrebbe il nome. Gli antichi miti greci narrano di come il dio Peone venne tramutato in fiore, una peonia appunto, dopo aver liberato Latona dai dolori del parto. Per le popolazioni asiatiche, in Cina e in Giappone, la peonia (in questo caso si tratta delle peonie cinesi, molto più grandi e doppie di quelle europee) era il fiore degli imperatori, i soli che potevano coltivarlo e coglierlo. Nel linguaggio dei fiori ha preso il significato di vergogna e timidezza, da donare all'amata ritrosa

 

Nel mio giardino

-Simpoh air

-Dillenia suffruticosa

'Duchesse de Morny'

Tree Peony

Strauch-Pfingstrose

 

Botanischer Garten der Universität Wien

Carl Zeiss Planar T* 50 mm f/ 1.4 ZK

 

This picture was taken at Yokohama Park in Yokohama Koen, Naka Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa.

 

As big as a grain of sand...

 

Collembole sur pétale de pivoine (photo cropée)

Collembola on peony petal

Pfingsten ist ein christliches Fest, an dem die Gläubigen die Sendung des Heiligen Geistes auf die Jünger Jesu und seine bleibende Gegenwart in der Kirche feiern.

 

The Christian holiday of Pentecost, which is celebrated the 49th day (the seventh sunday) after Easter Sunday,[2] commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks, as described in the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 2:1–31).

The holiday is also called "White Sunday" or "Whitsunday" or "Whitsun". In German, Pentecost is called Pfingsten, developed through contracting the Greek term pen[te]k[os]te, and often coincides with scholastic holidays and the beginning of many outdoor and springtime activities, such as festivals and organized outdoor activities by youth organizations. The Monday after Pentecost is a legal holiday in many European countries.

(Wikipedia)

Paeonia x suffruticosa

Strauch-Pfingstrose

Im Botanischen Garten in Wien

Most of the natural blues, reds, blacks, purples, and browns on traditional Indonesian textiles derive from two vegetable dyes: indigo blue, from the shrubs Indigofera tinctoria and Indigofera suffruticosa, and morinda red, from trees in the genus Morinda. With patience and skill, master dyers carefully manipulate each ingredient in a dye recipe and each step in the dyeing process to obtain bright, muted, energetic, or quiet colours.

 

- Threads of Life: Natural Dyes

Пио́н (лат. Paeónia). Единственный род семейства Пионовые (Paeoniaceae).

Tree Peony - Paeonia suffruticosa

 

Meine Strauchpfingstrose blüht pünktlich - zu Ostern!!!

My tree peony blooms on time - at Easter!

I appreciate all the visits, and kind comments!!!!I

 

"The little boy nodded at the peony and the peony seemed to nod back. The little boy was neat, clean and pretty. The peony was unchaste, dishevelled as peonies must be, and at the height of its beauty.(...) Every hour is filled with such moments, big with significance for someone."

Robertson Davies

"Everything we feel is made of Time. All the beauties of life are shaped by it."

Peter Shaffer

 

Macro. Magnificent pink Peony (Paeonia suffruticosa).

View On Black

 

Breathless

 

"You just walked out one one of my dreams,

So beautiful you leave me breathless......"

~ Shayne Ward

Die Strauch-Pfingstrose (Paeonia suffruticosa), auch Baum-Pfingstrose genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart in der Gattung der Pfingstrosen (Paeonia) innerhalb der Familie der Pfingstrosengewächse (Paeoniaceae). Sie ist in China beheimatet. Viele Sorten werden als Zierpflanzen verwendet. Die Strauch-Pfingstrose wächst als Strauch, der in der Regel Wuchshöhen von etwa 1,5 Metern, gelegentlich auch von 3,0 Metern und in Extremfällen 5,0 Meter erreicht

 

Paeonia × suffruticosa is a name used for a group of culture varieties of tree peonies that are the result of hybridisation with species exclusively belonging to the subsection Vaginatae. The common name used in China is mǔdān (Chinese: 牡丹). Plants belonging to this group have been cultivated for millennia in China, initially only as a source of traditional Chinese medicine particularly the skin of its roots (牡丹皮; mǔdān pí). Already early on the plant was also cultivated for its ornamental value, and it is highly revered in Chinese culture. The most distinctive feature is that Paeonia suffruticosa is a bush or a tree, whereas most peonies are herbaceous. Despite their classification as trees, it is the flowers that attract people's attention. Peonies are generally slow to grow and have flowers that only last briefly and are fragile under weather conditions such as wind, rain or hot temperatures.

(Wikipedia)

Paeonia suffruticosa

ボタン(牡丹)  ’初烏’          in my garden

学名 Paeonia suffruticosa

  

お散歩Cwー320(1346) 今年はボタンの花が、先月に咲き終えてしまいました!!!

Die Strauch-Pfingstrose (Paeonia suffruticosa), auch Baum-Pfingstrose genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart in der Gattung der Pfingstrosen (Paeonia) innerhalb der Familie der Pfingstrosengewächse (Paeoniaceae). Sie ist in China beheimatet. Viele Sorten werden als Zierpflanzen verwendet. Die Strauch-Pfingstrose wächst als Strauch, der in der Regel Wuchshöhen von etwa 1,5 Metern, gelegentlich auch von 3,0 Metern und in Extremfällen 5,0 Meter erreicht

 

Paeonia × suffruticosa is a name used for a group of culture varieties of tree peonies that are the result of hybridisation with species exclusively belonging to the subsection Vaginatae. The common name used in China is mǔdān (Chinese: 牡丹). Plants belonging to this group have been cultivated for millennia in China, initially only as a source of traditional Chinese medicine particularly the skin of its roots (牡丹皮; mǔdān pí). Already early on the plant was also cultivated for its ornamental value, and it is highly revered in Chinese culture. The most distinctive feature is that Paeonia suffruticosa is a bush or a tree, whereas most peonies are herbaceous. Despite their classification as trees, it is the flowers that attract people's attention. Peonies are generally slow to grow and have flowers that only last briefly and are fragile under weather conditions such as wind, rain or hot temperatures.

(Wikipedia)

The anatomy of a tree peony. The Golden stamens which consist of the anther and filament, and the purplish Carpal which consist of the stigma, style and ovary.

 

Yoshino Gawa, a flower of the tree peony at BBG (Brooklyn Botanic Garden).

Japanese Tree Peony

Paeonia suffruticosa 'Yoshino Gawa'

Peony Family : Paeoniaceae

Species native to China, Tibet & Bhutan

 

The near-100 degree temperatures, of the past 48-hours, pushed everything to flower and leaf out impossibly fast. But the bees love it! The largest peonies, like this luscious Tree Peony flower, might have half-a-dozen or more little honey bees on every flower vying for fresh pollen to take back to their hives.

 

Happily our gardens are filled with bees, swallowtails and other early pollinators this Spring.

 

Happy Fence Friday, my friends, have a wonderful weekend! 🐝🐝🌺🌺

 

P.S. Thank you, for your visits and comments!

お散歩Cwー328(1354) 今年のボタンは、四月で咲き終えてしまいました。

En route home, we stopped at the nursery so Ray could buy a new acer for the garden. It was also a great opportunity to find some macro flower shots.

 

The label for this peony described it as purple, but I beg to differ, especially as I took the shot for Octubre Rosa/Pink October!

 

I did take a shot of the label too as I knew I wouldn't remember 'suffruticosa'.

 

It was a good finish to a morning where I had spent an hour in the dentist's chair and he had spent an hour and a half on a course.

Ich habe gestern im Arboretum Ellerhoop ganz viele Fotos von Strauch-Pfingstrosen gemacht. Im Laufe der Zeit zeige ich euch einige.

 

I took a lot of photos of tree peonies yesterday in the Arboretum Ellerhoop. I will show you some pictures now and then

www.arboretum-ellerhoop-thiensen.de/

Die Strauch-Pfingstrose (Paeonia suffruticosa), auch Baum-Pfingstrose genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart in der Gattung der Pfingstrosen (Paeonia) innerhalb der Familie der Pfingstrosengewächse (Paeoniaceae). Sie ist in China beheimatet. Viele Sorten werden als Zierpflanzen verwendet. Die Strauch-Pfingstrose wächst als Strauch, der in der Regel Wuchshöhen von etwa 1,5 Metern, gelegentlich auch von 3,0 Metern und in Extremfällen 5,0 Meter erreicht

 

Paeonia × suffruticosa is a name used for a group of culture varieties of tree peonies that are the result of hybridisation with species exclusively belonging to the subsection Vaginatae. The common name used in China is mǔdān (Chinese: 牡丹). Plants belonging to this group have been cultivated for millennia in China, initially only as a source of traditional Chinese medicine particularly the skin of its roots (牡丹皮; mǔdān pí). Already early on the plant was also cultivated for its ornamental value, and it is highly revered in Chinese culture. The most distinctive feature is that Paeonia suffruticosa is a bush or a tree, whereas most peonies are herbaceous. Despite their classification as trees, it is the flowers that attract people's attention. Peonies are generally slow to grow and have flowers that only last briefly and are fragile under weather conditions such as wind, rain or hot temperatures.

(Wikipedia)

Thank you for visiting !!

Have a wonderful weekend, my friends :))

   

Paeonia x suffruticosa leaves late in the fall.

Beautiful tree peony 'Petite Peach' at New York Botanical Garden (NYBG).

 

Tree Peony

Paeonia suffruticosa

'Petite Peach'

Paeoniaceae

 

The Tree Peony (named Cultivars from the Central Plains of China) is one of the most glorious shrubs known to man. It is beautiful, easy to grow and very hardy. These tree peonies can grow to 1.8 metres in height and width. Producing large fragrant flowers (15-18 cms) from April-June, depending upon variety. A single cut flower can fill a room with its delicate perfume. Their range of color runs from pure white through pinks and reds into lavender and yellow, with shades that are unknown in their herbaceous kind.

@ BBG (Brooklyn Botanic Garden).

 

Japanese tree peony

Paeonia Suffruticosa

'Kansai Otome No Mai'

Peony Family : Paeoniaceae

Native to China, Tibet, & Bhutan

Paeonia suffruticosa (Red). This stunning red bloom was flowering in the garden at Knightshayes Court, near Tiverton, Devon.

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