Peony Kansas

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Kansas: Peony ‘Kansas’ is an old time garden favorite peony and considered to be one of the best peonies. Originated in 1940, Kansas is full double flower with raspberry pink/reddish blooms. Long, strong stem flowers sit well above the foliage. Peonies are reliable perennials to add to your garden, and come back bigger and better every year.

Zone 3

Full Sun to Part Shade

Height: 2-3’/Spread: 2-3′

Late Spring – Early Summer

Size Available: 2 Gallon


Peony Kansas

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Peonies are perennial garden classics, loved throughout the world for their extravagant, early summer blossoms. They are dependable, incredibly long-lived plants and will bloom for generations with little attention. As cut flowers, peonies have no rivals. Alone or in mixed bouquets, they have an elegant natural beauty and a delicate, unforgettable perfume. Peonies are sun-lovers and perform best when they get at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. The more sun they get, the better they’ll bloom, so plant your peonies in the sunniest location possible.

Peonies should be planted in well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral to slight alkaline pH. Over time, they will develop a large root system and become difficult to move. Take time to site your peonies in a place where they can grow happily for many years. Once established, the plants are relatively drought resistant.