The Peony: Unforgettable Ephemeral Beauty

The Peony: Unforgettable Ephemeral Beauty

Peonies visit the garden each June. They blossom for a short while, filling the garden with a quiet beauty that although understated, lasts in memory well beyond the short weeks they live. As I write this, the peonies have already left, and I wait for their ephemeral beauty to return next year.

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6 Responses to The Peony: Unforgettable Ephemeral Beauty

  1. Kathie B says:

    Do I spy a few ants??? (I long ago learned the hard way that there’s good reason not to cut peonies to bring indoors, no matter how sweet-smelling they are!).

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  2. Gorgeous photos Emanuel. I love peonies.

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  4. Jillian says:

    Although short-lived, peonies are gorgeous show-stoppers! Mine have already gone as well, but they are definitely worth waiting for each year.

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  5. dulcedelgado says:

    Todo o ciclo de vida tem uma beleza própria. O das peónias também.
    Bonitas fotos!

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