Peony 'All That Jazz'

Peony 'All That Jazz'
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Pale peach in colour, the tone is nearer to pink than orange, but the most distinctive element to the flower is the flecks of maroon that decorate the many frilly petals. Maroon heavily stains the base of the petals around the centre of red-tipped carpels.
Bare Root (£30.00)?
Delivered in October-February?
£30.00  each

Flower attributes

Colour: Pink

Flowers: Midseason


Soil: Well-drained

Planting position: Sun

Height x spread: 60cm x 60cm


Care advice

They require a sunny or partial shade in well-drained soil. Plant Intersectional peonies so that the roots are covered up to where the branching begins. Do not mix manure in the soil before planting as this may rot the eyes. This is an intersectional peony, which is a cross between a woody-stemmed tree peony and an herbaceous peony that dies back in autumn. The woody growth can be cut back during the winter.