Fern Peony - Knowledgebase Question

Apple Valley, Mi
Question by simba834
June 14, 2010
Hi~
I had two large clusters of fern peonies and when I moved, I took them with me. Unfortunately the area I had transplanted them wasn't sunny enough, and now they have thinned dramatically, and don't bloom any more. If I move them to a sunny location will they start to bloom again or is that unlikely?
Thanks!
Laura


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Answer from NGA
June 14, 2010

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Wait until they die down this fall and go dormant, then move them to a sunnier spot in the garden. They may not bloom for you next year, but then again, they may so let's be hopeful about the move. Once they settle in they will bloom for you in their new homes.

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