The first choice you should make is the style of peony you wish to cultivate. Make your decision based on your color and flowering preferences. For example, there are four petal varieties: single bloom, semi-double bloom, double bloom, and anemone-form. Peonies also come in many colors, ranging from pink and purple to deep burgundy and apricot. The color and "bowl" of the flower can be determined through rudimentary online research or speaking with a florist at a local garden store. With a bit of exploration, you can mix and match complementary colors and styles for a striking arrangement.
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