Peony Red Grace
Peony Red Grace is an early double red Peony Herbaceous hybrid, deep red double so tightly petalled that it looks like a fluffy softball. A garden delight. First bloomed 1955, (Lymon D. Glasscock-Roy G. Klehm, USA, 1980).
Peony Red Grace is one of the many Red Peonies that we grow at Peony Nursery 'Peony Shop Holland'.
Regarding peony nursery "Peonyshop.com" Lutjebroek, the Netherlands
Peony Growers Peonyshop.com at this time only centers at developing exclusive, good high quality peonies. It hasn't always been this situation. This organization comes with a rich history opening in 1875 with Simon Scholten that also was growing fruit for money.
In 2001 this organization produced their own spanking new marketing and advertising tactics-name & logo design "Peonyshop.com" and after that they started off putting attention on improving exceptional peonies. Within 2002 the firm opened their very own shop on the internet", the: peonyshop with Peonies & Buxus. In 2003 Joshua Scholten started with multiplying peonies. After that in 2004 this business began to foreign trade peonies of the Netherlands all-around Europe, America plus Asian countries.
Currently our peony nursery is focused on expanding and multiplying special, premium quality peony roots which can be bought and released all over the world. Additionally the particular organization additionally reduce peonies primarily serving the Dutch peony flower marketplace.The most important things we pride:
- The high quality of our product
- Our capacity to foreign trade around the world
- All of our wide-ranging assortment peonies like Bessie
- Our crame of substantial potential seedling peonies
Growing Bessie a peony
The fall season is without a question a suitable time if you ponder planting a peony plant. Almost all peonies are actually amazingly long-lived plants lasting close to 50 up to 70 years, so as soon as you'll get the particular peonies selected and planted rightly, a person is going to have fun with them for many, many years. The plants opt for some sort of sun-drenched position together with a well-drained ground. A good air flow movement available around the peonie can also be required. These types of circumstances support this type of plants to avoid sickness problems. To organize the seeding hole for a bareroot peony, dig the soil to a level of 12-18inches. Utilize a garden fork to release the edges of the particular planting hole at the same time. It can be especially important that the "eye", or growth, nodes, situated close to the bottom of the old stem, end up no more than Two inches beneath the soil surface.