LATE BLOOMING PALEST PINK FLOWERS FADE TO WHITE WITH BEAUTIFUL YELLOW CENTER
- Latest peony to bloom in late spring, early summer
- Foliage is dark glossy green turning yellow in the fall
- Adaptable to most well draining soil locations
- This peony enjoys the company of bees and other pollinators which help the local choice is yours
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- Ships in a plant-safe designed box
- Hardiness Zone: 3-7
- Mature Height: 2.5-3' tall
- Mature Width: 2.5-3' wide
- Exposure: Full Sun/Part Shade
- Spacing: 2-3' apart
Why plant Fairbanks Chinese Peony?
Peonies have been a staple for gardeners around the world for many years. We're talking as far back as 79AD where Pliny the Elder mentioned the Peony in his book “Natural History” where it is described as “the most ancient plant of all”. Lore and information on Peonies has been utilized throughout history with mentions in Homer's Iliad, some of Shakespeare’s writings, and throughout Chinese history.The Fairbanks Chinese Peony grows 2-3’ tall and wide and produces dark green foliage with Japanese style blooms appearing pale pink maturing to white and sporting a dollop of yellow in the middle. We can enjoy these blooms from late spring into early summer in which deadheading will help promote future blooming. Come winter a simple cleanup of dormant foliage will provide you a tidy garden prepared for future flowering.
How to use Fairbanks Chinese Peony in the landscape?
Have you been struggling to find a way to add color and design to your home landscape? look no further than the Fairbanks Chinese Peony. This perennial is appealing in locations that offer full sun to partial shade with an adaptability to most well draining soils. We also should mention the ease of maintenance from deadheading to removing the dormant foliage to make way for new growth. A unique quality of the Peony is the different bloom structures they provide. These structures include Single, Japanese/Anemone, Semi-double, Double, and Bomb. Each one provides just a little more flower power than the next by increasing the size of the bloom. Utilize this Peony either planted in ground or containers to display anywhere you desire. Decorating a porch, lining a fence around your property or providing color to those dull lifeless areas around your home you won't be disappointed.
Hardiness Zone: 3-7
How To Plant Fairbanks Chinese Peony
Introducing the Fairbanks Chinese Peony to your garden is a simple way to add a pop of color to your home. Let's take a look at the requirements needed for a Peony to thrive. Depending on location the Peony loves areas that provide full sun, however if you live in the warmer southern climates this perennial will do just fine in partial shade. Next is soil, this might be the easiest part. The Fairbanks Chinese Peony is rather adaptable to soil as long as it is well draining and fertile, If your soil does not meet these requirements simply amending the soil before planting will work just fine. Keep scheduled watering and feedings for the life of the plant and enjoy healthy and happy growth.
How To Water
After planting your Fairbanks Chinese Peony its time to water. This process should take place no less than twice a week until the perennial is established. These plants do not enjoy dry soils so make sure you are checking to make sure the soil is moist and water accordingly if it is not. We also recommend keeping an eye on your local weather and watering during periods of inclement weather such as high heat and or drought.
How To Fertilize
Fertilizing Peonies is a simple practice that helps with the health and growth of your perennials. Start by applying fertilizer to the planting site at the time of planting, this will be considered the first feeding of the year. You will then want to re-apply fertilizer at the end of the season to ready yourself for the following spring. Continue this process for the life of your Peonies and enjoy those beautiful blooms.
How To Prune
When considering the pruning process for you Peony no need to fret we have you covered. This is a simple process that has two steps. SImply deadhead the spent flowers by trimming the stalk down to the leaf below. Then come fall with dormancy just around the corner you will want to prune most of the plant to the ground removing any debris that may remain to make way for new growth in the upcoming spring.
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