It's just the right time to be planting peonies, so they can settle in and feel the winter frosts that they need to flower well.
Peonies are cold climate plants and need two or three nice white frosts to be sure that they will flower well the following spring. If you don't get frosts in your area, you can give the tubers some winter chilling by placing bags of ice on the ground above the crown of the tuber several times during winter. Leave the ice in the bag or it may drown the tuber as it melts.
All our peonies are grown right here in New Zealand and are especially grown for tuber production, to give you the strongest and best-growing plants possible.
Check out our great selection of peonies here.
Article Posted: 23/06/2019 22:24:21