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I could not resist buying a yellow intersectional peony ('Singing in the Rain'), even though it is Spring. I am wondering about locating it with all my other herbaceous peonies, which are in a south-facing bed that gets pretty much full sun, where they all do well (all old-fashioned kinds). My question is, since this is Denver and we have so much strong sun, will the sun fry my yellow flowers?
Another proposed location gets midday-only sun, but someday may be fully shaded by a redbud (and right now is filled with mahonia--hard to dig out!).
There is also a pretty shady location available under a wisteria that would get early a.m. and late afternoon sun.