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#Frequently asked questions

1. What is the Chinese peony used for?
In traditional Chinese medicine, the Chinese peony is believed to have a range of health benefits. It is used to help regulate and promote blood circulation, which can aid in treating menstrual disorders, such as cramps and irregular periods. It is also used to alleviate pain and inflammation in the body and has been used to treat conditions such as arthritis and migraines. The Chinese peony is also valued for its ornamental and cultural significance. It has been cultivated in China for centuries and is considered a symbol of prosperity, good fortune, and happy marriage. The plant's large, showy blooms and fragrant scent make it a popular choice for gardens, and it is often featured in Chinese art and literature.
2. What is the difference between an Itoh peony and a regular peony?
The Itoh peony is a hybrid plant that is a cross between a tree peony and a herbaceous peony. The resulting plant possesses the enormous, showy flowers of the tree peony as well as the hardiness and disease resistance of the herbaceous peony. The Itoh peony is characterized by its extended blooming period and stronger stems, which enable it to hold the weight of its huge blossoms without staking. In addition, they have a greater variety of colors and distinctive color combinations, including yellow, peach, coral, and red hues.
3. How do I prepare the soil for peonies to plant?
If you are looking for peonies to plant, you should know that they prefer well-draining soil that is slightly acidic with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Add organic matter such as compost, aged manure or peat moss to the soil to improve its structure and fertility. Avoid planting in heavy clay soils or areas with standing water.
4. How do I care for a peonies tree?
A Peonies tree requires full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil. During the growing season, it should be watered deeply once a week and fertilized in the spring with a balanced fertilizer. After the peonies tree has completed flowering, prune it and remove any dead or damaged wood.