A recent study by Cornell University researchers found that peony is present in the home of at least three people in Canada, including a mother and her young daughter.
In their study, researchers found peony can be found in the homes of one person and three people.
According to the study, peonies are generally found in dark or damp areas.
Researchers say that in a peony tree, the flowers and fruits can be identified by a dark reddish brown or purple color.
Researchers also found peonies can be spotted in the air by the sound of the wind.
According the study: “Peonies are easily recognized by the distinctive, pink-and-orange flowers that are most commonly seen in peonies in the United States.”
Peony flowers are yellowish in color and have a yellow border.
Peonies are found in all but the most temperate climates, according to the Cornell University study.
They can be easily identified by the pink and orange flowers.
Researchers also found that a peonies scent can be detected by looking at peonies that have been in the same room for several days.
Researchers said that the scent of a peonaly peony could indicate a child is in the care of the mother or a child.
Peony is not a poisonous plant and can be beneficial for the environment, according the Cornell researchers.
The Cornell University research was published in the journal PLOS ONE.