Peony Caroline

Peony 'Caroline' is a Early Midseason Lactiflora, single, tyrian pink, carpels hairy, with pink tips; disk conspicuous, pink, compact plant, it belongs to the group of "Dwarf" Peonies, (1938 Weinard & Dorner).

Bare root size: 3/5 eye
Quantity per standard box:

Perennial Box Size (standard) = 24" x 16" x 9" or, 60cm x 40cm x 23cm

Peony Caroline is single Pink Peony

About peonynursery "" Lutjebroek, the Netherlands

Peony nursery right now exclusively concentrates on improving unique, very high high-quality peonies. It has not always been this way. This firm has an outstanding back ground starting off in the year 1875 with Simon Scholten who was basically growing vegetables for living.

In the year 2001 this company built their new advertising and marketing-name & logo design "" and consequently they started focusing on improving exceptional peonies. Within 2002 the firm opened up their very own shop on the web", the: peonyshop with Peonies & Buxus. In 2003 Joshua Scholten started with multiplying peonies. Than in 2004 the particular firm started to export peonies out of the Netherlands throughout Europe, Usa and also Asia.

Nowadays our own peony nursery is specialised in expanding and spreading exclusive, top quality peony roots that happen to be bought and released around the world. Furthermore the particular organization even cut peonies largely serving the Dutch peony flower sector.

The most important things we pride:
  • The excellent quality of our own products
  • The ability to export world-wide
  • Our wide-ranging collection peonies like Caroline
  • The peony crame of large potential seedling peonies

About growing Caroline a peony

The fall season is undoubtedly the best period of time for growing peonies. These peonies are generally exceptionally long-lived plants staying alive close to 50 up to seventy years, so as soon as you'll get the peonies placed correctly, an individual is going to have fun with the peonies for a long time. These plants have a preference for a shiny place with a well-drained ground. A good quality air flow circulation available the peonie can also be important. All these settings help peonies prevent disease issues. To prepare a sowing hole for a bareroot peony, dig the dirt to a depth around 12-18inches. Utilize garden tools to release the sides of the planting hole at the same time. It is actually pretty important that the "eyes, ", or growth, nodes, situated near the bottom of the old stem, end up no more than Two " beneath the dirt surface area.