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Coral Charm PeonyPaeonia lactiflora 'Coral Charm'

  • Coral Charm Peony
  • Coral Charm Peony
  • Coral Charm Peony
  • Coral Charm Peony

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Coral Charm PeonyPaeonia lactiflora 'Coral Charm'

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Add Color-Changing Charm to Any Landscape

Why plant a one-color flower when you can have the Coral Charm Peony? This award-winning plant is like having your own personal rainbow! In late spring, you’ll see a gorgeous combination of colors when this flower opens, transitioning from coral to deep red, orange and then white.

As if that weren’t enough, this standout perennial is also low-maintenance, virtually pest-free, and resistant to deer and rabbits. It gives off no fragrance, and the strong stems are great for using as cut flowers.

Abundant in color and bloom, this plant has large, semi-double flowers that will transform any garden or yard. Plant it somewhere it can receive full sun, and it's sure to attract attention from neighbors and butterflies and other pollinators, making it perfect for wildlife gardens.

Whether you plant these in your garden as a statement piece or along your driveway as a border, this versatile flower can be planted most anywhere in full sun. Retaining a compact shape, it's perfect for small landscapes or filling in empty spots in garden beds.

Add bountiful color to your yard - get the Coral Charm Peony today!

Planting & Care

Planting: Before planting your peony, you’ll want to find the perfect location. Peonies do not transplant well, so ideally, where you plant your peony is where they will stay. Since they do not like to compete for food and water, keep them away from other shrubs and trees.

For light, peonies prefer full sun. In cold climates, peonies can develop weak stems and fewer flowers without enough sun. Hot climate gardeners, however, may want to provide some afternoon shade.

The best time of year to plant peonies is early fall so they have time to get established before the winter. Add compost to the soil before planting and dig a hole the length of the roots. Too deep can affect how the plant flowers.

Water: Peonies require moderate watering of once a week or more if you live in a hot climate or plant peonies in containers. Soil should be well-draining. Stakes will prevent the peonies from flopping over due to wind and heavy rain.

Fertilizer: Fertilize regularly during each growing seasons to maximize blooms, using bone meal or a rose fertilizer.

Pruning: After the plant has finished flowering, remove spent blooms so they have enough energy for next year’s flowers. Once your peonies are done growing after the first frost, cut back the stems and the leaves entirely to prevent any diseases from affecting new growth in the spring.

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Product Details

Mature Height: 3-4 ft.
Mature Width: 2-3 ft.
Sunlight: Full
Growth Rate: Moderate
Botanical Name: Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Charm'
Does Not Ship To: AZ
Grows Well In Zones: 4-8 outdoors
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Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors

(hardy down to -30℉)

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