Peonies are a common part of the California landscape, and are a part of a family tree that includes the California Common Peony, the California Orange Peony and the California Blue Peony.
Peony bush is the common name for these peonies and they are native to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the southern part of California.
The Peonies range in age from early to late summer, depending on the climate.
They are usually found in open, sheltered or wooded areas, where they will usually have a sandy substrate and often a number of trees that cover the area.
They prefer a sandy, peaty soil, but they are also found in sandy loamy soils.
Peonies can live up to 30 years, but can reach as young as 5 years old.
It is not known if they are sexually mature, although some species are sexually immature.
The peonies are the most abundant species of tree in the world.
As with other species of peony there are some species that are known to be poisonous, including the California Red Peony (Pseudocarpus sylvatica), the California Purple Peony or the California Pink Peony which is found in many California deserts and in California’s highlands.
If you would like to learn more about peony trees and other plants in the Golden State, visit the California Peony Heritage website.