Strong stems

dronaria(Z8 WA)June 5, 2006

Does anyone have any input on peonies that have nice, strong stems to reduce the need for staking? I know that singles and anemones have fewer problems with flopping over in rain and wind, but have also heard rumors of very strong stemmed doubles that need little, if any, extra support.


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Check out Hollingsworth Nursery. He has what he calls landscape peonies, meaning they need no staking.


Here is a link that might be useful: Hollingsworth Peony

    Bookmark   June 5, 2006 at 5:49PM
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