Care Calendar

Care Calendar

Care Care Calendar Spring Summer Fall Spring Potted peonies are available in the springtime.  Plant immediately.   Remove any stems showing symptoms of botrytis and throw away – do not compost! Botrytis can live in the soil and spread to other areas of the...
Care FAQs

Care FAQs

Care FAQs Why aren’t my herbaceous peonies blooming? There are a number of reasons why an herbaceous peony won’t bloom: Too young– peony plants can sometimes take up to 3 or 4 years to produce reliable blooms Dividing– a recently divided plant can take...
Dividing Peonies

Dividing Peonies

Care Dividing Your Herbaceous Peonies   As you enjoy the peony garden in bloom, be aware that fall is the perfect time to plant bare-root peonies and divide or transplant peonies. “Fall is the perfect time because transplanting peonies in the summer causes a lot...
Diseases

Diseases

Care Diseases This peony garden is a research center – and the long-term disease susceptibility is important to track. By contrast, home gardeners may wish to be much more aggressive when it is appropriate.   Botrytis After a particularly rainy year,...
Resources

Resources

Care Resources   Curious about how to grow peonies yourself? Visit the American Peony Society via the links below to learn more!   Peony Vendors Find a list of peony vendors in the U.S., Canada, and overseas  APS Peony Vendors Growing Peonies General Care:...