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Product Number: PR14

PAEONIA Itoh 'CANARY BRILLIANT'- Discontinued

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LIVE ROOT

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SORRY WE CANNOT SEND LIVE TUBERS AND PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Exotic, semi-double blossoms with a surprising array of colors ranging from creamy yellow to bright yellow both with delicate apricot centers. All of these hues on one plant at the same time! An excellent cut flower with long strong stems. Blooms late spring. 3/5 eye. Zones 4-9.

This is another breathtaking peony we couldn’t resist for all of the collectors. Itoh peonies are a cross between a tree peony and an herbaceous peony. Once established, this hybrid can produce over 50 blossoms for up to 4-5 weeks, (herbaceous varieties are in flower for 7-10 days).

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Dig a hole twice as deep and twice as wide as your root. Fill with rich compost. Place root within 2" of the soil surface and cover with more compost. DO NOT plant too deep.

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06/29/2018
Barbara A.
United States

Paeonia canary brilliant

A great disappointment! Not a sign of life in the many weeks it's been planted and nurtured. Would you like me to send a photo? Barbara Andres

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06/24/2018
Carol D.
United States

Itoh peony

the plant arrived in good shape. just a root, but healthy with a small shoot. It has been planted in a pot and, in spite of very erratic New England weather, is growing slowly but surely . Doubt it will bloom this year, but it will probably do so next spring. Gardeners are a patient, optimistic sort

A Pinetree Garden Seeds Customer
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06/24/2018
Angela W.
United States

Peonia

I’m sad to say that the bare root peonia started to wilt soon after I planted it. We’ve had a lot of rain here in PA. So I thought it might have root rot. I dug it up to look and it seemed ok so I replanted it, and am hoping for the best!

06/26/2018

Pinetree Garden Seeds

The rain and cold weather will definitely affect the growth of the plant. You were right in replanting it. It will most likely come back in the Spring. Pinetree Garden Seeds

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