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harvest of the day

This year's Sarah Bernhardt peonies are unfolding into marvelous floral wonders.


However, the sudden temperature fluctuations of recent weeks, combined with the lingering humidity, have caused spots to appear on the leaves. These spots are not indicative of diseases, nor are the leaves dry; they are simply superficial imperfections. We have chosen to embrace these imperfections as an authentic part of the cultivation process: our flowers are grown without the use of covers, pesticides, or chemical additives. In this case, the spots are the direct result of climate variation and the absence of chemical treatments to protect them from frost.

If you notice that the peonies, two days after arrival, are still closed in bud, you can gently open the green shell to facilitate the opening of the flower.

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