How to Grow Peonies
When growing peonies, plant them in a spot that gets six to eight hours of direct sun a day. Plant these popular flowers in the fall and place the roots only an inch or two deep under the soil. When the plants are about six inches tall, place a peonies stake above them. To make peonies plants look better, remove faded flowers. Peonies will fill your home with color and fragrance, so keep these gardening tips in mind when planting and growing flowers! [Source BHG.com]
This video is a great introduction to growing peonies wherever you live or work.
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