Tuesday night I finally did something I’ve been wanting to do for a while. Gardening and plants are not anywhere near my specialty, nor do I even particularly enjoy it much but I planted a new plan in the flower bed I dug the other day, and I am excited about it.
It’s really the sediment behind the plant that I really like and I hope that it continues on. My mother has had a Peony growing in her garden for some time now. It originated from her Grandmothers garden, part was taken and moved to her Mothers garden, and then she took some and moved it to her garden.
Since she has moved out of the family home she wanted to dig it up and take it with her. She is renting but took part of it to plant in her yard there. Since we have finally settled down into a home of our own it made perfect sense for me to now plant it in our yard.
My only fear is that I will kill it because as I mentioned I’m not great at this stuff. Luckily if I do it doesn’t for sure mean the end of it. Mom did take some to plant in her yard and my sister took some as well to put in hers. Hopefully between the three of us we will be able to get them through the transplant and have some if it available for my kids to plant in their yard someday.
I never met my Great Grandmother but I find it very cool that I have a plant from her garden now planted in my front yard.
With a bit of luck and work later this season I’ll be able to share pictures of it growing strong.
5 thoughts on “Great Grandmothers Peony”
Good luck with the plants! Nothing like a little daily TLC to keep the plants growing nice!
That’s such a nice story. I expect to see photos of this peony at some stage 🙂
That’s really nice Sandy.