2. Plant in Fall
Peonies bloom in spring to summer, and usually for a period around ten days. If you want to get the most out of the period of bloom, you’ll want to plant your peonies in fall – and this will vary depending on which side of the globe you find yourself.
They’re one of the few types of flowers that don’t mind colder temperatures as long as they’re getting enough nutrients, space, and sunlight – and this is what makes them an ever-popular option for almost any gardener in any part of the world and at any skill level.
If peonies are planted too late on in the season, they might take longer to get to the flowering stage – or they might not take at all if it’s too cold to kick-start their growth process.
Remember to keep an eye on your calendar if there are any other things you’d like to plant alongside your peonies and mark the right time of year to do it ahead of time.