transplant - Knowledgebase Question

Aurora, Co
Question by pcsutoras
August 19, 2010
I planted peonies three yrs ago in my back, they have not bloomed. I planted some in the front and they are doing great. When is the best time to transplant the one's in back to the front?

Answer from NGA
August 19, 2010


If your peonies are planted too deeply or if they are not getting adequate sunshine, they may refuse to bloom. You can dig and transplant your peonies after frost has killed the tops down and the plants go into dormancy. They'll settle in and begin to grow nicely for you next spring. Hope they bloom!

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