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Peonies at the New York Botanical Garden II

Without a doubt, one of the highlights of my May trip was seeing the peonies at the New York Botanical Garden! I had no idea that they had a peony collection at the NYBG, much less that the flowers would be in full bloom for my visit.

The peony collection is formally known as the Matelich Anniversary Peony Collection, which features more than 150 varieties of peonies. As early as 1916, peonies were on display at the NYBG. By the 1940’s there were many peonies planted near the conservatory. Eventually the peonies were moved to their current location along the Perennial Garden Way. It was most recently expanded in 2015 when it was doubled in size.

I’ll be sharing my peony photos from the NYBG in several posts this week and next week

Pink Spritzer Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Pink Spritzer Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Queen Bee Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Queen Bee Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Serene Pastel Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Serene Pastel Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Super Gal Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Super Gal Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Xi's Face Powder Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Xi’s Face Powder Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Bev Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Bev Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Charismatic Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Charismatic Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

 

Charismatic Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Charismatic Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

Chinook Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

Chinook Peony © 2017 Patty Hankins

 

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