Tips for Hardy Gardeners: keep an eye on your peonies and they'll keep an eye - or several - on you

Sep 18, 2018

"The most common problem with planting or transplanting peonies is planting too deep. Plant your herbaceous peonies with the uppermost eyes no more than 1" to 2" (2.5cm - 5cm) below the soil surface with the eyes facing upwards." ~ peoniesfromthefield.com
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Now is a great time to divide and replant perennials.

Warm soil temps and cool air temps mean they tend to their business of setting roots, and as Tom Kasper reports, they're not as fragile as they seem.