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Each peony needs a diameter of about 3 feet for best plant health and growth. Shown: Paeonia lactiflora 'Fantastic'
Peonies for the back fence border
tap the soil away from the roots and separate them, then plant the individual plants immediately. Each peony needs a diameter of about 3 feet for best plant health and growth. Shown: Paeonia lactiflora 'Fantastic'
Planting notes. Peony planting is best done in early fall, but it can also be done in
bottom of the hole. plant the peony in the hole with the eyes 1 to 2 inches below the soil surface. Add soil and gently tamp down and water in.
Planting notes. Peony planting is best done in early fall, but it can also be done in spring once the soil is warmed up and workable. Dig a hole larger than
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Correct--the white flowers are peonies. We used unnamed white ones, but I did originally specify 'Festiva Maxima' which is a really tough one--very durable! Good luck.
next to the white peony in back yard
lvia is great in clumps or mixed in with larger, lighter blooms. Plant salvia when you need a little contrast for just a few pennies. These plants can be split and divided every few years for new, free plants.
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Peonies - can plant now tho fall is better. Make sure the top of the crown is just above soil line. Need cold wex to set buds. Fertilize so nutrients will be available when
Plant peonies. You can still plant peonies. Fall would have been ideal, but they can be planted now as well. Make sure the top of the crown is just above the soil line. Peonies need cold weather to set the buds. Fertilize now before the spring growth, so that nutrients will be readily available when
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Could you please tell me the name of the purple-blossomed plant?
Hi Janet, thanks for your question. The plant you asked about is a late-spring blooming bulb called Indian Hyacinth or Camassia. http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=q550 James
Camassia: plant with peony, hosta, daylilies that hide dying foliage. Blue Danube and Alba are cultivars.
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth-plant with daylillies, peonies, hostas blue Danube Alba creamy
Bulbs to plant in fall. These are nice to cover dying foliage.
hostas, peonies daylilies woodlands blule danube
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth Camassia These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas is also right at home in moist meadows, in woodlands and beside streams where
yellow late in the season. In mid-June the plants throw up airy, romantic chartreuse-colored flowers that partner well with peonies, blue Bachelor Button (Centaurea spp, zones 3 to 8) and tall white phlox. The flowers are good to cut too — but I like the plant for its dependable form when everything else
yellow late in the season.In mid-June the plants throw up airy, romantic chartreuse-colored flowers that partner well with peonies, blue Bachelor Button (Centaurea spp, zones 3 to 8) and tall white phlox. The flowers are good to cut too — but I like the plant for its dependable form when everything else
the soft English plantings of many Chelsea show gardens, it is the Alchemilla that perhaps most goes unnoticed. Its velvety soft, olive green leaves form beautiful mounds of foliage. Its leaves hold drops of water after a rain, little jewels that sparkle in the sun. It is perfect planted where it softens
I want to plant one of these
Herbaceous peonies may not be in bloom yet, but their cousins, the tree peonies, are showing off already. Tree peonies boost even larger blooms
TREE PEONIES COME IN EARLIER THAN REGULAR ONES
would Love the space for a garden to cut from daily, most yards are just too small for this. Decimating a plant to bring the best indoors just isn't feasible for most plants: Peony are an exception, best to use them before the rain gets to them
Herbaceous peonies may not be in bloom yet, but their cousins, the tree peonies, are showing off already. Tree peonies boost even larger blooms than the perennial garden favorite and can be propagated by layering. Bring them indoors to create mi
You might mistake a peony bud for bleeding heart when you first see it. Those buds are reddish-pink at first. Look closely, though, and you'll notice that those peony buds come to a point instead of having that frilly rock star hair.Design tip: Plant peonies where you will be able to enjoy the flowers