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Peony Plants

Enjoy a lifetime of beautiful flowers by planting glorious, long-lived peonies in your borders or beds. For centuries, peony bushes in the landscape have signaled the start of the summer season with plenty of large, fluffy blooms in an array of amazing colors. Gurney's peony plants for sale are hardy and vigorous, producing an abundance of healthy buds late in the spring season, exploding into full color in early to midsummer. Planted in groups, peonies are perfect for creating a low wall of blooms—the perfect choice to border a well-worn walkway or flank a main entrance. Peony bushes are dependable and highly productive. If properly cared for, they will literally last a lifetime in the landscape.

How do you plant Peony Plants?

Start by planting your peony bulbs in well-draining soil with access to full sun. Using composting aids can help maintain a healthy spot to plant the peony in. Next place the peony in a hole that is twice as wide and deep as the root ball and place it so the crown is level with the soil surface. Backfill the hole with soil while making sure the soil is firm around the roots.

How do you Grow Peony Plants?

Water the peony plant thoroughly and feed it with a balanced fertilizer. Prune dead or damaged stems in late winter or early spring. Peony plants can be divided and transplanted every 3 to 5 years to help maintain health.

How Big do Peony Plants Get?

The size of peonies can depend on the exact type, but most will range around 2 to 4 feet wide with a similar height. Some varieties can reach up to 7 feet.


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