Hana Daijin has the most wonderful large crimson red-purple, semi-double blooms that stand out in the garden. In our Northern climate, Hana Daijin is a slow but reliable grower. Rest assured, the large, upright blooms and their superior colour are well worth the wait.
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.