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    Coral Charm

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    🚚 Shipping Starts: Last week of September '24
    📦 Quantity per Package: 1 Bare Rooted Plant

    ☀️ Light Required: Full Sun / Partial Shade
    🌷 Height: 40-45"
    🌸 Blooming Period: May - Jun
    🌱 Bulb Size: 2/3 eyes
    Planting Distance: 24-30"
    Planting Depth: 1"
    📍 Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-8
    🦌 Deer Resistant: Yes
    Coral Charm

    About Coral Charm

    Peony Coral Charm is a beautiful and vibrant addition to any garden. This stunning peony variety boasts large, coral-peach and pink blooms that are sure to turn heads.

    • Large, coral-peach and pink blooms
    • A stunning and vibrant addition to any garden
    • Long-lasting and hardy
    • Highly fragrant and attracts butterflies
    • Excellent cut flower

    How to care for Coral Charm

    • Simply choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-drained soil. 
    • Plant the peony with the eyes (buds) facing upward and about 2 inches below the soil surface. 
    • Water well and mulch around the base to keep the soil moist.
    • Fertilize once a month during the growing season. 
    • Deadhead spent blooms to encourage more blooms. 
    • Divide the plant every few years to maintain its vigor.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Coral Charm Peony bulbs, known for their beautiful coral-colored blooms, are popular amongst gardening enthusiasts. To plant these bulbs, choose a well-draining location with fertile soil and full sun exposure. Prepare the soil by adding organic matter, such as compost or well-rotted manure, and ensure it has a pH between 6.5 and 7.5.

    Plant the bulbs in the fall or early spring, spacing them about 3-4 feet apart and at a depth of 1-2 inches below the soil surface, with the eyes facing upwards. Water the bulbs regularly, ensuring they do not become waterlogged. A layer of mulch can help retain moisture and suppress weeds.

    Coral Charm Peonies typically bloom in late spring to early summer, providing a stunning display of coral-pink flowers. The exact blooming time can vary depending on the climate, soil conditions, and the amount of sunlight the plants receive.

    In general, you can expect Coral Charm Peonies to bloom for about 7-10 days. Yes, this is very short and over in a flash, unfortunately. To prolong the blooming period, consider planting several varieties with different bloom times, creating a continuous display of color in your garden.

    Due to their large, heavy blooms, Coral Charm Peonies may require support to prevent the stems from bending or drooping under the weight. Providing support using peony rings, cages, or stakes will help maintain an upright growth habit and protect the plant from potential damage caused by wind or rain.

    It is essential to install the support early in the growing season, allowing the plant to grow through it for a more natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance. When choosing a support system, opt for a sturdy and unobtrusive design that will blend in with the surrounding foliage. Regularly check the plant throughout the growing season to ensure that the support is adequately serving its purpose and adjust if needed.

    To propagate Coral Charm Peonies, the division is the most effective method. In late summer or early fall, when the plant is in its dormant phase, carefully dig up the peony, taking care not to damage the roots. Rinse the soil off the roots and use a sharp, sterile knife or spade to gently divide the clump into smaller sections.

    Each division should have at least three eyes (buds) and a healthy root system to ensure successful growth. Replant the divisions at the same depth they were originally growing, spacing them about 3-4 feet apart, and water thoroughly. Dividing peonies not only helps propagate new plants but can also rejuvenate older, less productive plants, encouraging vigorous growth and more abundant blooms.

    Preparing your Coral Charm Peonies for winter involves cutting back the foliage, providing adequate insulation, and ensuring proper drainage. In late fall, after the first frost, cut back the foliage to about 3 inches above the ground. This helps prevent the spread of diseases, such as botrytis blight, which can overwinter dead foliage.

    Add a layer of mulch, such as straw or shredded leaves, around the base of the plant to insulate the roots and protect them from extreme temperature fluctuations. A 3-4 inch layer of mulch should suffice in most regions, but in colder climates, consider adding a slightly thicker layer for extra protection. Make sure the planting area has well-draining soil to prevent waterlogging, which can lead to root rot during the colder months. If necessary, improve soil drainage by incorporating organic matter or creating raised beds.

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