When will bareroot Sarah Bernhardt bloom?

markologyJune 6, 2005

Hello all,

I just planted some bareroot Sarah Bernhardt. This is my first time planting perenials, so please excuse the seemingly dump question. I was wondering when I should expect these peonies to bloom? And how should I care for it int he meantime? Thanks.

Mark

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getyourleash(z7 Mid-Atl USA)

A nice bunch of blooms will come in about 3 years, be patient. Depending on where you are, neglect the peonies and they will do nicely. In fact in Illinois, they should perform very well. Sarah Bernhardt is tried and true!

Here is a link that might be useful: About Peonies

    Bookmark   June 6, 2005 at 9:36PM
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