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Planting method:
Before sowing, put the peony seeds for planting in 50 degree warm water overnight, after sowing, cover with 2-3cm fine soil, and then cover with plastic film, the suitable seed germination temperature is 15 degrees, peony is suitable for loose, deep, fertile, high Dry terrain, neutral sandy loam with good drainage. The best flowering temperature is 17-20°C, but it must be treated at a low temperature of 1-10°C for 2-3 months before flowering. The lowest temperature is -30°C. They have compound leaves in the late spring and early summer, with deep-lobed leaves and large, fragrant flowers ranging from red to white or yellow.

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