|I planted three peony plants in a Southern exposure by my house last fall. Only one of the three has a bud on it this year. I have treated all of the plants the same, watered, lightly fertilized with compost/soil mixture. Do you have any recommendations for me? I am concerned that I may need to fertilize more often or re-set the depth of the two non-budding plants. They get full sun all day and the soil seems to be very sandy with clay. Of course, I could be jumping the gun, but it is suspicious that there is a split of behaviors of plants the exact same age and almost identical planting situations.