Paeonia lactiflora 'Angel Cheeks'

4 litre pot £17.99
available to order from spring 2020
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Buy Paeonia lactiflora 'Angel Cheeks' paeony / peony: Good for cut flowers too

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: May to June
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A showy perennial for early summer, the fully double pink flowers look wonderful in the border, and last well in a vase if they are cut while still in bud. Its soft colouring will mix easily into most colour schemes, but it looks particularly good with deep plum and shades of purple.

  • Garden care: Deadhead after flowering. In early spring apply a balanced slow-release fertiliser around the base of the plant and mulch with well-rotted compost or manure.

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I would definitely buy this product again

5

I was really please with my purchase , great value for money

viv

manchester

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I would recommend this product

5

Bought as a wedding present for a new garden. The same cut flowers were used at the wedding. A hardy plant that will remind the couple Year on year.

Sharonmarie

Chingford

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Never flowered

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I planted this beauty as per the instructions. So far, its never flowered. It grows well and is nice and green but it just never flowers.

SNOWF

Coatbridge

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3.7 3

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Is this variety of peony evergreen?

notaclue

Hello, I'm afraid I do not know of any evergreen paeonias, as they are either deciduous shrubs, or (like this one) herbaceous perennials.

Helen

Hi, I've read that peonies are best planted in autumn.. Would there thus be any ill-effects to planting this peony 'angel cheeks' now in early May? Its availability implies this would be ok.. Yet I just want to be sure, as I want to achieve the best results with this lovely plant. Thanks in advance for any info and tips.

bloomtown

Hello, In theory the best time to plant is spring or autumn, but provided you take care not to damage the plant and make sure it is kept really well watered during the warmer weather, there is no reason why you shouldn't plant now. When it comes to planting, avoid planting them too deeply and try to provide a fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained soil.

helen

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