peony doesn't bloom -- help
I have a peony about three years old and it hasn't bloomed. It's in full sun and is healthy looking. I have heard and read that they won't bloom if planted too deeply, so I thought I was being careful at planting time to not do that. I planted it with the eyes a couple inches below the surface. Could the settling in process have driven it deeper? If I scratch some soil away from the planting site, would that help? Should I dig up and replant it? If so, in the fall? How can I be sure I'm planting it at the right depth? I have read that peonies shouldn't be moved. What can I do to get blooms next year?
Barbara in Virginia zone 7