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Early and Extra LargeŚ Up to 8 In. Across
(3 customer reviews)
Plump, heavily petaled peonies measure 6-8 in. across and come in many colors. Dark, glossy foliage springs up in a hurry; forms a good-looking backdrop for the spectacular blossoms. Shrub-like mounds are 2-3 ft. high and create low-maintenance hedges that never need pruning! Plant in full sun. No. 1 root divisions with 2-3 eyes. Zones 3-8.
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- Monday, March 08, 2010
Can't wait for those lucious blooms!
Reviewed By: Melissa (Colorado Springs, CO)
Bought these in the spring of 2006. I moved to a new house the following year and took one with me. Didn't plant it right away--it stayed in a pot for about 2 weeks until I had the time to stick it in the ground. The plant has just gotten bigger and bigger since then. Looking forward to big, beautiful blooms this year--as it takes peonies a few years to bloom after transplanting.
- Thursday, June 25, 2009
Reviewed By: Cassandra (Minneapolis, MN)
Beautiful peonies! Will buy additional ones for the spring!
- Thursday, April 23, 2009
# 1 plant died
Reviewed By: jan duckworth (martinsville, va)
#2 plant is doing poorly .I planted it aprox.2weeks ago when it was warm.It's drooping now,but its a very tempermental plant.Maybe its the weather or me. Thanks,jan
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