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Does anyone know what plant this is please?

(10 Posts)
Tywysogesgymraeg Sun 23-Apr-17 14:55:56

Can anyone help me identify this plant?

AstrantiaMajor Sun 23-Apr-17 16:26:54

Possibly a yellow Paeonia Suffruiticosa

IlsaLund Sun 23-Apr-17 16:52:07

Could be a Welsh Poppy

JT05 Sun 23-Apr-17 17:22:58

Peony without a doubt. A flowering Peony tree. You are lucky. I've waited years for mine to flower. It's got loads of buds, but I don't know the colour as it's grown by itself.

SlB09 Sun 23-Apr-17 17:26:10

Second peony!

P1nkP0ppy Sun 23-Apr-17 17:28:27

Tree Peony, you lucky thing!
Envious moi......

Trethew Sun 23-Apr-17 20:12:29

Agree with peony

Think it's Paeonia delavayii lutea
(in older books it will be called P lutea ludlowii)

Heratnumber7 Sun 23-Apr-17 21:12:24

Not a poppy. It's a bush. And think it is the peony Astran's post.

Alas not mine. Was growing wild near my house.

Thank you everyone.

Trethew Mon 24-Apr-17 09:55:28

Maybe?? Does self-seed

JT05 Mon 24-Apr-17 10:49:52

I think it does self seed as I have two. The first one I noticed about eight years ago it just appeared alongside a conifer. The leaves fall in the winter, it's about 90 cms high and flowering for the first time. About a month ago I noticed a second one in another part of the garden, it's very young and about 30 cms high.
I've seen them in garden centres with red and pink flowers costing around £30.

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