‘Godaishu’ bears very large semi-double pure white flowers with fringed petals bloom in late-spring. Do not prune to the ground each year. Plant in fertile well-drained soils. May take a few years to bloom profusely
Tree peonies differ from garden peonies in that they have woody stems like a shrub. The branches do not die back to the ground in winter as do the herbaceous varieties. Exotic, uniquely coloured, and often fragrant blooms are produced in late spring, about two or three weeks before the shrub varieties. This one comes in a good sized 7L pot.