Peony Elsa Sass
Paeonia 'Elsa Sass' is a Very Late White Peony Lactiflora, double, white, attractive rose-type flower, very dark green foliage, strong stems, lovely fragrance, good cut-flower, 'Elsa Sass' is the last white variety from our collection to flower, American Peony Society Gold Medal 1943, (Sass 1930).
Peony 'Elsa Sass' (Paeonia Elsa Sass) Peonies are one of the many White Peonies that are being grown at the Dutch Peony Nursery of 'Peony Shop Holland'.
Regarding peonynursery "Peonyshop.com" Lutjebroek, the Netherlands
Peony Growers Peony Shop Holland in this modern day solely focuses at getting exceptional, great top quality peonies. This very specific aim wasn't always the main scenario. The corporation has got a rich back ground with the starting point in 1875 together with Simon Scholten that was growing greens for a full time income.
During 2001 the firm created their very own brand-new selling-name & brand "Peonyshop.com" and consequently they began focusing on growing unique peonies. In 2002 the particular organization launched their very own shop on the web", the: peonyshop with Peonies & Buxus. Throughout 2003 Joshua Scholten started off on with breeding peonies. Than in 2004 the organization began to foreign trade peonies from the Netherlands all-around European countries, America and Asian countries.
Currently our own peony nursery is specialised in increasing and spreading exceptional, good quality peony roots which have been distributed and released all over the world. Additionally we even reduce peonies predominantly serving the Dutch peony flower sector.The things we pride:
- The premium quality of our products
- The capability to foreign trade international
- Our new broad assortment peonies like Elsa Sass
- Our crame of large potential seedlings
About growing Elsa Sass a peony
Fall has considered to be a suitable time for growing peony plants. Nearly all peony plants are generally amazingly long-term-lived plants staying around up to fifty up to 70 years, so right after you get the peonies placed correctly, you definitely will enjoy them for many, many years. Peonies opt for the sunlit place with a well-drained dirt. A good air flow movement available around the peonie can also be significant. These special surroundings support peonies avoid illness problems. To organize the seeding hole meant for a bareroot peony plant, dig the soil to a depth of 12-18inch. Utilize garden tools to loosen the edges of the particular planting hole at the same time. It can be especially important that the "eye", or growth nodes, situated nearby the bottom of the old stem, end up no greater than Two inches under the soil surface area.