For a nostalgic look back at a garden classic, consider Hanakisoi Tree Peony. This heirloom tree, known to have Japanese roots that date back to before 1910, bears large, exotic, 8" semi-double blooms that are medium to bright pink in color and have a lush fragrance, too. The flowers sit neatly atop mid green, ornamental foliage that shows a deeply divided form—cut into oval to lance-shaped leaflets. Hanakisoi blooms early in the season to welcome spring in style.
Hardiness Zones 4-7
Mature Height 36 - 60 inches
Bloom Time Early flowering (early mid spring)
Light Requirements Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Large, exotic semi-double flowers, approx. 8" in diameter.
Foliage Type :
Medium green foliage is deeply divided into oval to lance-shaped leaflets. Foliage remains attractive throughout the growing season. No fall color.
Mature Spread :
40 - 50 inches
4.2 - 5 feet
Planting Instructions :
Dig a planting hole 12" wide and deep, incorporating some garden compost and fertilizer. Plant this grafted bareroot tree peonies deeply. The graft union should be 3 to 4" below the soil. This will encourage the tree peony to make fresh roots and basal shoots. Do not overwater newly planted tree peonies. This is the biggest cause of failure.
Soil Moisture :
Well-drained, humus enriched.
Will Tolerate :
Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Pruning Instructions :
Tree peonies require no or minimal pruning. If needed cut back just above new growth in summer or in fall. Removal of the oldest stems down to the base in the fall after leaf-fall encourages bushier growth, but this is normally not necessary the first 7-10 years.
Winter Care :
None special, a mulch could be a good idea in the coldest zones the first winters
Planting Depth :
Plant this grafted bareroot tree peonies deeply. The graft union should be 3 to 4" below the soil. This will encourage the tree peony to make fresh roots and basal shoots
Watering Requirements :
Average water needs. Avoid water-logged soils and dry soils.
Fertilization Requirements :
Once a year in spring,
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