Peonies are usually identified as garden flowers; however, they are grown in pots as well, decorating balconies and terraces of houses. Western China and Mongolia are considered places of its origin since the Chinese were the first to use these flowers as cultural decorative plants.
Peony, which original name is Paeonia, can be identified by their large bushy blooms with yellow stamens in the center. Peony bushes can get to about 35.4 inches (90 cm) tall and about 31.4 inches (80 cm) wide. The whole variety of existing types of Peonies can be divided into 3 groups: herbaceous, tree, and intersectional. Due to its deep roots, transplantation is a challenging process for them or sometimes even impossible!