Peonies are a staple in the garden, exploding into bloom for a week or two, and then remaining for the rest of the season as a full bushy green accent. They are very long lived, and while they are easy to grow they do require a bit of patience, sometimes taking two or even three years to bloom, but then growing stronger and more prolific with every passing year.
The Pink Hawaiian Coral Peony is little bit magical. It opens as vibrant pink coral color, and as the bloom ages it turns salmon peach, and then further softens into a cream color. At times, like in the first picture, all three colors are on the same bloom, and often the bush will be a mix of the three shades. It's an incredible sight. The large double blooms are 6" diameter, and have a lush fragrance.
The petals of Peony flowers are edible, and make a lovely garnish for sweets and drinks.
Planting conditions: Ideally peonies would like to be protected from strong winds, and given a bit of afternoon shade.
Care: Regular water and good soil will encourage bigger and more numerous blooms. However, it is drought tolerant once established. If you have cold winters, mulch the roots in the Winter. This variety benefits from staking to hold up the large blooms.
Sun: Full-sun to part shade. Prefers afternoon shade, especially in warmer climates.
Blooms: Peonies bloom for a couple of glorious weeks in the late Spring. Among peonies, this is an early blooming variety.
Perennial: Very long lived, known to thrive for up to 100 years! Comes back each year in zones 2-8.
Large 3-5 eye bare root plant ships in October. It will set roots over-winter and grow in the Spring.
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