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have: itoh peony

Posted by woodthrush z4PA (My Page) on
Fri, May 10, 13 at 9:44

I have Bartzella and Prairie Charm

Looking for other named ITOH peonies.


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RE: have: itoh peony

Hi Woodthrush,

I have several Itohs but they're fairly small, waiting for blooms for the first time this year. Will email you if there's an address with your profile, otherwise email me if you're interested in a fall Itoh trade!


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RE: have: itoh peony

I'm not sure I'll have them in the fall, things come and go so fast, but sure, email me in the fall
Pam


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RE: have: itoh peony

I have been looking for ITOH Peonies please check my trade list to see if there is anything we can trade or let me know if you are looking for something inparticular and I can check I have lots not on my list.


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RE: have: itoh peony

I am growing Kopper Kettle, Singing In the Rain and Cora Louise. I also have some paeonia ostii from seed, largest of which won't bloom until next year. I'm interested in Prairie Charm.

Will these be divisions of your own peonies? I think the best time for me to divide is late August but the species tree peony can come sooner.


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RE: have: itoh peony

Daylily - Kopper Kettle looks good. I guess I'll plant this Prairie Charm for the summer than. It's new


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