Answer: It could be that your peonies are planted too deeply. Wait until this fall when frost nips the tops of your plants, then dig them up and replant them so the tubers are, with the buds or "eyes" will be between 1 and 2 inches below the surface of
the soil. This is most important because if the plants are planted too deep, beautiful foliage will be produced but few, if any, flowers. Peonies need full sunshine to perform well. Replanting this fall should result in flowers next spring.
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