Paeonia anomala (Woodland Peony)

Family:  Paeoniaceae
Zone: 4 - 9
Natural Range:  Russia; Ural Mountains, southern Siberia
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich
Light:  Part shade
Height:  24"
Bloom Time:  April to June
Pest Resistance:  Deer, Rabbit
Attributes:  Deciduous.  Spring blooming.  Outward facing pink, saucer shaped flowers.  Ferny, green foliage.
Notes:  Found growing on mountains and sub-alpine slopes in open woodlands along rivers and pastures.  400 to 3200m elevation.  Grows well in an open woodland garden.  These are 3 year old plants from seed.