Paeony Bowl of Beauty

Paeony 'Bowl of Beauty'

Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Cut Flower
Easy To Grow
3 x Bare Roots - Item: 580006
Only £12.99
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Without doubt, one of the most impactful and beautiful perennial plants you can grow, the simply huge and striking two-tone flowers of Paeony 'Bowl of Beauty' are a Spring joy to behold. Paeonies are bang on fashion at present, and make great flowers for the vase too - cut when the buds are just about to pop. As seen in all the top florists!

Depsite their looks, they are very robust and weather proof - needing perhaps a little support when mature in exposed spots, as their flowers are just so big - up to 25cm (10') across when open. They establish slowly into large clumps over years, if not decades, to create a real feature.

Grow in garden soil, in most spots, but avoid very boggy or very sandy, and fertilsie well when they grow. New shoots emerge quickly in late March, and flower in May and June. In late Summer, they die back under and are dormant - the best time to lift and transplant. 

Hardy, easy, spectacular, - a real Bowl of Beauty for sure.

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++ Service rating : Very efficient service
Product : Look very healthy but obviously will need to wait until flowers to properly assess.
+ Service rating : It took a bit long to receive it.
Product : I don't know yet how good they are.
++ Service rating : All fine
Product : All fine
What Is Supplied Supplied as a pack of 3 dormant bare roots, to plant straight out in garden border in Autumn or early Spring. 2-3 nose roots.
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Be careful not to overwater newly planted Paeonies, especially those that have been planted into decorative pots rather than the ground. They are best kept slightly on the dry side!
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