(tuber in pot with soil, not yet sprouting)
Gardeners and landscapers alike love the results they get from planting this pretty pink variety. Peony officinalis anemoniflora is a very early bloomer that dependably produces an abundance of 5" cerise-pink flowers atop robust 18" plants. Pollinators, such as charming butterflies and busy bees, love this species peony and will visit the landscape daily, to the benefit of surrounding perennial beds. Peonies make exceptional border plants or yard dividers. For best results, we suggest planting in full sun and open areas. Siting peonies in small groups also creates extra garden impact.
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Botanical Name : Paeonia officinalis 'Anemoniflora' Ship As : Bare Root Size : 2-3 EYE Suggested Uses: Borders, Bouquets, Container Gardening, Cut Flowers, Perennializing, Showy Flowers, Deer Resistant, Attract Butterfly, Attract Pollinator Flower Color : Pink Flower Form : Single. A single row of petals surrounds a large center of staminodes. Foliage Type : Green foliage is divided into oval to lance-shaped segments. Mature Spread : 30 - 32 inches Spacing: 30 - 36 inches Growing Tips Planting Instructions : Dig a hole large enough to spread out roots without bending them. Set crown with buds 1" below ground-level. Water in thoroughly. Plant at least 6 weeks before ground freezes. Soil Moisture : Well-drained, deep, fertile soil Will Tolerate : Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil Pruning Instructions : Remove spent flower stems after flowering to maintain an attractive bush type perennial all summer long. Winter Care : None, except to mulch the first winter. Remove in early spring before growth starts. Planting Depth :Set crown with buds 1" below ground-level. Watering Requirements :Do not let the soil dry out. Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater Fertilization Requirements :Once or twice a year. Best in spring and summer. Peonies like fertile soil. Special Care :Not needed
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