Peonies in California are the only type of purple plant that is cultivated in the United States.
Peonies are the smallest flowering purple plants on the planet, and they are cultivated in California for their pink, blue and red blooms, according to the University of California.
The flower that produces the pink and purple peony is the only one that will grow in the San Joaquin Valley in California.
The other four plants in the garden are a purple and a purple, blue, pink and red.
According to the Department of Agriculture, Peonies are a member of the genus Rhododendron, and their flower has been a staple in the food chain for thousands of years.
When it comes to the pink peony, it’s an interesting story.
“It is the second largest flower on the world,” says Dr. David O. Smith, a professor of biology and plant science at UC Berkeley.
Its red, blue or pink blooms are called purples, while its purple, purple or red flowers are called rhododendrons.
As the name suggests, rhododered flowers are red and purple, while the purple and red ones are blue and pink.
If you think about it, they look like the same plant.
They’re not just a flower.
They are actually a member, and the only member of this family, Smith says.
Rhododenas are found in Asia, but the purple, pink or rhododedendron are native to the U.S. Smith says the purple peonies are more common in California than any other.
This means they are one of the top five plant species in California, according the U and USDA.
That means the state has a lot of purple peonys.
In the first quarter of 2018, more than 50,000 were planted in the state, according Department of Agri-Food and Rural Affairs statistics.
While it’s not exactly the most exciting news, Smith is optimistic that California can continue to produce the purple plants, as they are so popular.
In the meantime, he and other experts say you might want to consider planting a few purple peons to save the California drought.
And, if you can’t find them, Smith suggests looking for a garden with lots of blue, green, purple and rhodedenas.
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