Kansas Peony Plant is a popular and award-winning peony that produces blooms for up to 6 weeks through late spring until early summer. Growing large, rose-shaped, double blossoms that explode with a red rush of color! Outstanding as a cut flower.
Peony Companion Plants: flowering bulbs, succulents, hostas, iris, foxglove, roses, hydrangea
Kansas Peony Plant Care: These beauties thrive on neglect; however, there are some things you should consider. Only water if the foliage starts to wilt. Do not apply mulch. Fertilize when its first transplanted and then every 3 years. Use hoops to support the heavy blooms. When taking cut flowers or deadheading, leave at least 3 leaf stems under the cut. Ants and peonies go hand it hand, so do not be alarmed when you see them on the plants. Stalks can be cut back to the grown in early winter or in early spring before the new stalks appear