Burgundy peony in colorados, peonies in the wild, define peony.
Burgundy peon peony (pictured above), also known as burgundy plum, is a peony with yellowish green flesh and white flowers that have long, yellow-tipped petals that resemble the eyes of an owl.
It is the most widely cultivated peony variety, but is also known for its unique scent.
In California, it is used as a flavoring and fragrance for many different foods, including chocolate, cookies, jams, cakes, and candies.
Peony is one of the few peony varieties that is native to Europe, but it has a long history in the Middle East and Asia.
It has been cultivated since the 6th century BC and has been known to grow in the deserts of Arabia and Mesopotamia.
Peonies are native to the Middle and Western Ghats in India, the Arabian Peninsula in southern Africa, and in China.
Peony is found throughout the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean regions of the world.