Light Pink Blooms on Purple FoliagePeony Monsieur Jules Elie, Paeonia lactiflora ‘Monsieur Jules Elie’, is a favorite for late spring display and is prized for its very large, fragrant, double light rose-pink flowers that displays a silvery sheen. The plant forms an upright bush of dark green leaves, remaining attractive all season. Peony Monsieur Jules Elie seldom needs to be divided or moved, but if it is needed, it should be done in the fall.Trim off old stems to the ground in late fall to help prevent disease problems. It will flower best in a sunny location and in very well-composted soil.Peony Monsieur Jules Elie has foliage that emerges with a tinge of purple and matures to deep green. Peonies are herbaceous perennials arising from thickened tuberous roots that are hidden underground most of the year.*Double Light Pink Blooms*Fragrant*Purple Foliage Matures to Deep GreenPeony Care After FloweringPeony Care After Flowering.
Stunning Double Pink Blooms Cover its Branches!A familiar sight across the northeast quarter of the U.S in May is the Double Flowering Plum, a cold-hardy shrub that puts on quite a show with its gorgeous double candy-pink flowers blanketing each branch with blooms.It tends toward a round shape, is a robust grower and will withstand wind and cold winters well.The foliage is more of a medium grass-green than dark green, and turns to an attractive yellow-bronze color in the fall.The Double Flowering Plum can take a lot of abuse in terms of soil condition, but it does need good sun, good drainage and ample room to perform at its best. It can also be pruned and trained into a tree form.*Gorgeous Flowers*Cold Hardy*Easy Care .