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Aug 18, Knowing when to transplant your peonies is half the battle of a successful move. For peonies, fall is the ideal time to dig up the plants. The exact timing differs by region, but mid-August for Northern gardeners and early November for Southern gardeners is a general guideline.

In the fall, peonies are preparing for dormancy. Their metabolism slows, causing growth and development to bushtrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. First, dig up the plant. Start digging a good 18 inches away from the crown of the plant. Dig in circles around the plant, going deeper and deeper until you can gently lift the root ball out of the ground.

Prying the peony out of the ground will result in a damaged root system. Cut off of the foliage – if you are doing this in the spring do Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Mar 30, The best time of year for transplanting peonies is September. Clip leafy stems back to near ground level- 2 to 3 inches tall.

Use a sharp spade to dig beneath the peony clump. Start digging about a foot away from the stems. As you dig around and beneath plants, try Author: Julie Martens Forney. Sep 22, Since peonies are susceptible to fungal diseases, it’s advisable to properly dispose of the clippings. Dig up the peony. Carefully dig in a circle around the plant.

Staying 12 to 18 inches (30 to 46 cm.) away from the edge of the stems should be sufficient to avoid damaging the root system. Continue digging until the root ball can be lifted bushtrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. The plants will be going dormant when the foliage is rapidly losing the green color of its leaves, with healthy plants in colder climates this is typically seen during September.

Matured peonies will have an extensive system of thick storage roots; so large it is not practical to obtain the whole root system after two or three seasons of vigorous growth.

Jun 27, Thank you for your reply. Would you suggest before it gets too hot now to dig up the peony bushes"gingerly" to perhaps correct the problem of them possibly being too deep? Wait till the Fall? See mine did bloom the first year they were planted, that's why its hard to think they're planted too deep. Thank you!! May 09, I bought so many that there were singles, semi-doubles, bombs, etc.

I don't remember if they came up the first year, but they did not look like peony plants the second year and didn't start to bloom till at least year 3. Even a few had buds that second year, but they failed to bloom.

The bud never grew larger, and it dried up. Nov 28, How to Transplant Peonies in the Spring. Though peonies (Paeonia spp.) thrive in cool climates down to U.S. Department of Agriculture Plant Hardiness Zone. Mar 31, Fall is when you divide peony bushes. You dig one entire bush up and rinse it off carefully. Keep the plant in the shade while it dries.

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