Brief Introduction 

    Beijing Yellow peony export Company is composed by ZhaoLou (CaoZhou) Peony Garden of Heze city- the biggest peony garden of the world-and HeZe peony planter (Shandong province) and Beijing peony Base. We are the largest companies specializing in the production and sales of tree and herbaceous peony.

    The Company owns 120 hectare of the factory production base and over 1200 famous and precious peony varieties, including some rare varieties such as P.ostii and P.rockii etc.. About 1,500,000 and 3,000,000 standardized plants of tree and herbaceous peony respectively will be produced per year.

    We owns 19 branches and 15 senior engineers and 46 intermediate engineers. It also set up three joint ventures with Luo Yang (Luoyang), Hong Kong, Tai Wan and Holland.  Its products not only occupy the domestic market but also are sold to 18 countries and areas in Europe, America and Australia etc.

    The General Company also holds domestically advanced peony scientific technology and has established long-termed partnership with 9 scientific research units like Beijing Forestry University and Shandong Agricultural University etc.12 achievements in scientific research by its staff received national, provincial, prefecture and city rewards.    

Plant Instruction

    Chinese Peony (Mudan) has a wide ecological adaptability so that their cultivation is easy and conveniently managed. They can be grown both in gardens and in pots in all parts of China.

1.Selection of Appropriate Cultivars and Sites

  Chinese peonies are classified as temperate plants. They tend to thrive in cool, dry and sunny places. The best  choice for their cultivation is a dry and airy site on higher ground, with lateral shading, good drainage and deep porous fertile soil. Uncultivated or sticky or saline earth and poor drainage are best avoided. The ideal soil for planting in pots is also loose, fertile, well-aerated and well-drained.

2.Planting

  Autumn is the best season for planting peonies, because it helps early development of new roots and thus early recovery of plant vitality for normal growth in the next spring. If possible, planting should be carried out promptly after division. Finally the plants are thoroughly watered.

3.Irrigation and Feeding

  Although Chinese peonies thrive in a dry environment they do not grow well without moisture. The principle of watering is to keep soil moist but not too wet and definitely not flooded.

  Ideally, fertilizer is applied three times per year. We suggest that you feed peonies when soil thaws and shoots germinate, after flowers fade; and with irrigation before winter and freezing begin.

4.Pruning

  Pruning and trimming affects plant growth, flower quality, visual effect and life span. The timely elimination of dry, sick or pest-damaged branches and of redundant branches and buds can maintain the dynamic balance between the parts of the plant above ground and below ground, and the even distribution of branches.

(1).Selection and Maintenance of Stems and  Branches.

  After peonies are planted out, many new shoots appear at the collar in the first year of growth. When they develop to 10cm in the second year, those that grow healthy and are evenly distributed are kept to provide new stems and branches, and the others removed, to ensure and elegant shape. In later years, one or two new shoots are left every one or two years so that the plant becomes larger and gradually fuller as desired.

(2).Utilisation of New Shoots

  To develop flowers of huge size and bright colour, bud thinning should be carried out at the same time as pruning. Only one healthy and strong shoot is kept on each branches. Adventitious buds on old branches should be completely removed to concentrate nutrient for the flowers. On vigorous varieties more buds can be retained to increase the number of flowers and to prolong the flowering period. In addition, faded flowers where the seed is not required should be removed. The dried tips of branches should be removed before winter or in early spring.

 

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