Nine Reasons Peonies Don’t Flower

Here’s a helpful list:

1. Plants are cut back before foliage turns brown in the fall.
2. Plants are too deep; corm should be 1″ below soil level.
3. Too much nitrogen. Fertilize based on your soil test only.
4. Over nourished. Ditto above.
5. Buds were killed by late frost, or disease.
6. Not enough light.
7. Plants are too young.
8. Plants have been moved or divided too often.
9. Soil is too wet, or too dry. Water deeply, and let the soil dry out slightly between watering (A moisture meter will help, find one at Bellwether)

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