Early Autumn is the ideal time to plant tree peonies. Notoriously not liking to be moved around much, get your tree peonies settled in & acclimatised now before the winter frosts and cold. As Tree Peonies get their nutrition from the roots, planting in the autumn gives the Tree Peony enough time to grow its roots before the ground freezes. This will help encourage new growth in the spring.
Tree peonies are long lived, hardy plants with spectacular spring blooms but are slow growing until well established. Tree Peonies will grow in full sun or partial shade.
When planting your tree peony, make sure to give it plenty of space and don’t plant it too close to other plants and don’t move it once it’s planted. Tree Peonies become quite large (retaining its stem throughout the winter) some up to 2 metres. You must however give it time to get established once you plant it.
We have lots of mature tree peonies in stock now – in sizes from 50 to 80 cm. With beautiful show stopping flowers offset with rich green foliage.