alfhydeMarch 21, 2008

I had a peony bush which I had to move at short notice. It appeared to die but produced a single flower the second year. It has produced a single flower each year for the last 9 years. Is it posible to make if form a bush again? Can I grow new plants from the seeds it makes?

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It never was a bush unless it was a tree peony. I would dig the plant up this fall,divide, and replant. It probably is planted too deep or receives lawn fertilizer.

Yes you can grow plants from the seeds. check some of the recent messages for instructions.

    Bookmark   March 21, 2008 at 9:19PM
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