Mountain or spring peony in the wild is a rare species that is found only in the southern part of Primorye, East Asia and on some islands of Japan. Recently, it has been attributed to the dying appearance.
It is a perennial plant that has excellent frost resistance, which is why it is able to survive the winter. Based on territorial preferences, it can exist in forests with mixed vegetation.
Prefers to sprout in the shade, in particular, on the slopes of the hills or near the rivers. Such a flower is not prone to the formation of large accumulations, why meet a clearing, dotted with peony only in isolated cases. Almost always grows single or small groups.
The most common limiting factors are considered:
Strictly protected natural reserves have been created to save the population work is performed on them regarding a more detailed study of the type and the possibility of increasing its number.
Mountain peony is a perennial flower, the rhizomes of which are located horizontally. His stem is single and erect, which makes it possible to reach half a meter in height.
A distinctive feature of this species is the presence of the socalled ribs a pigmented strip that has a violet shade flows along them. At the very base are rather large scales, in diameter up to 4 centimeters, red or raspberry shade.
In addition, the features of this flower can be considered:
The flowering period falls on May, and the fruits are mainly revealed closer to the end of July or by the beginning of August. The fetus is a singleleaflet, the length of which does not exceed 6 centimeters. His surface is naked with a greenish-violet color. Inside is from 4 to 8 brownish shade seeds. Instead of seeds, the fetus may contain vengeful beginnings.