Peter Vinge

Peter Vinge

Posted on 05/29/2011


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Paeonia
tenuifolia
dillpion


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Dillpion (Paeonia tenuifolia)

Dillpion (Paeonia tenuifolia)
Paeonia tenuifolia is sometimes called the fern leaf peony. It is native to the Caucasus Mountains of Russia, as well as areas north of the Black Sea and westward into Romania and Serbia. It was described by Linnaeus in 1759. The narrow, divided leaves are almost thread-like and grow close together on the stems. This peony can reach between 30 and 60 centimeters in height. The flowers are red and scented with numerous yellow stamens in the centre.[1]

BASCLIN, Maria Zarębska, dentelle, Vilmar Vidor have particularly liked this photo


12 comments - The latest ones
Jean-Pierre
Jean-Pierre
Lovely !
Never seen before
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to Jean-Pierre
Thanks James !
Peter
6 years ago.
Vilmar Vidor
Vilmar Vidor
Wow !! Très belle photo !!
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to Vilmar Vidor
Merci bien Vilmar.
Peter
6 years ago.
Rita Eriksson
Rita Eriksson
Vilken otroligt vacker och stor Dillpion !!
Och vackert foto !
Jag har bara sett dom som är mycket mindre.
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to Rita Eriksson
Jaa det är härligt Rita när ngt så vackert visas !
Puss o Kram !
Peter Vinge
6 years ago.
dentelle
dentelle
I have never seen this kind of paeonia...the blue green of the leaves is wonderful, the flowers look very delicate...
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to dentelle
Yes Chantal !
I love too....!
Peter
6 years ago.
Maria Zarębska
Maria Zarębska
Très belle plante!!!
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to Maria Zarębska
Thanks a lot Maria !
Peter
6 years ago.
BASCLIN
BASCLIN
Tout à fait charmant !
6 years ago.
Peter Vinge has replied to BASCLIN
Thank You very much my friend Basclin.
Peter Vinge
6 years ago.