Bowl of Beauty Peony/Peonies - 3-5 Eyes - Heavy Potted - Perennial - Each 1 Gal by Growers Solution
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- You are purchasing a Bowl of Beauty Peony, in a gallon pot with soil. This plant is ready for immediate shipping.
- The ‘Bowl of Beauty’ is known for its large, hot pink outer petals with contrasting frilly yellow centers. They are considered one of the best double red peonies.
- Mature plant size can reach 1 1/2 to 2 feet in height and bloom to 2 to 3 feet across.
- Exceptional fragrance; makes great cut flowers. Easy to care for and maintain.
- Images of mature plants. All plants will ship to CA free of soil per CA state regulations. Winter plants will be shipped dormant. Hardiness zones: 3-8
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Here we have a recipient of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society, the ‘Bowl of Beauty’ Peony. The ‘Bowl of Beauty’ Peony produces large, hot pink outer petals with contrasting frilly yellow centers. They are considered one of the best double red peonies around. The foliage will remain attractive throughout the summer. ‘Bowl of Beauty’ Peonies make excellent cut flowers too! This mature peony can grow up to 1 ½ to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. The ‘Bowl of Beauty’ Peony grows well in full sun. Hardiness zones 3 - 8. Peonies are tough, undemanding perennials that can bloom happily for a century or more with little care. Choose a sunny to lightly shaded spot to plant with good air circulation and plenty of room for them to grow. Because they like ample water, they do best in somewhat heavier clay-type soils and away from the roots of trees and shrubs. When planting, water deeply and maintain even soil moisture until the ground freezes to help the plant develop as many feeder roots as possible its first fall. To protect the delicate roots the first winter, apply mulch. After the ground freezes, mound the newly planted area with 2-4 inches of soil or 5-8 inches of a fluffy, non-matting mulch such as straw, cornstalks, peat moss, or evergreen boughs – but not leaves. Tip: Potted dormant perennials can be kept in a well-lit cool/cold area (i.e. garage, shed, even in a protected area outdoors) until ready for spring planting. Do not allow them to completely dry out
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