The Japanese woodland peony, Paeonia obovata, is prized for the solitary, cup-shaped, deep rosy pink to cream flowers with a yellow center followed by eye-catching seed capsules that split open and display the glossy black seed and red pod interior. The herbacous perennial is fully deciduous. 12-24" x 12-24". Grow in partial shade in fertile, humus rich, moderately moist soil. The species is found in woodlands of Siberia, China and Japan. Hardy to -20 degrees F. Our plants are seedlings grown from open pollinated seeds collected at the now closed Berry Botanic Garden.