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Considered one of the best reds, this raspberry tinged peony blooms late spring giving your garden a pop of color for decades to come. Large, rose shaped double blooms can reach 6 inches. Peonies need full sun & neutral soil. This variety has beautiful lush foliage and strong stems, making it an excellent cut flower that will have a week vase life when cut in full bud.
Peonies rarely bloom their first year, like most long-lived perennials it can take three years for them to bloom prolifically, but it's worth the wait!
When planting peonies, make sure the eyes (the point where new growth emerges) are no more than two inches deep. Peonies need plenty of sun- 6 or more hours a day to bloom. If they are planted in a shady site, they will not flower.
|Botanical Name:||Paeonia x 'Karl Rosenfield'|
|What's my zone?||
|Light Requirements:||Full Sun|
|Mature Height:||18-24 in.|
|Mature Spread:||2-3 ft.|
|Blooms:||Mid to late spring|
|Characteristics:||Fast growing, beautiful cut flowers, Easy to grow, Fragrant, Deer and rabbit resistant|