This Australian bred Tree Peony has parents that descend from China. Its large, single to semi double white flowers have purple-mauve blotches and exude a divine femininity.
Tree Peony ‘Destiny’ is a late blooming variety with blooms to 16cm across.
Tree Peonies bring imperial splendour to your garden. They also make a wonderful cut flower.
Tree Peonies look exotic and temperamental, and yet they are pretty hardy, and grow well in Cool to Temperate Australian gardens.
Tree Peony ‘Alice Harding’ should flower in the first year.
Tree Peonies need cold winters for best flowers. We recommend you treat your Tree Peonies a bit like hungry teenage boys and feed them well! Water to establish, then only if rainfall is low. Dry tolerant once established. Tree Peonies differ from Herbaceous Peonies in that they have a woody base, which magically transforms with the warmth of spring.
Spring to Summer
Cool to Temperate
Full Sun to Semi Shade