Peony plants offer large, fragrant flowers in a range of shapes, colours and sizes. They are a very popular and versatile plant that can be enjoyed in the garden or used as cut flowers
Our tips for growing Peonies
- Firstly, it is important that you don’t plant your peony too deeply. Roots must not be planted more than 2.5cm below the surface. If you have a peony in your garden that isn’t flowering, it’s most likely because it has been planted too deep in the ground.
- Always plant your peony in a sunny position. They love the sun and will reward you with glorious blooms.
- Plant your peony in fertile, free-draining soil. Peonies are not generally too fussy and are quite happy in most well fertilised, free draining soil.