Peony Karl Rosenfield
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About growing Karl Rosenfield peony plants
The fall season has been the best period if you weigh in mind growing peonies. Pretty much all peonies are actually incredibly long-term-lived plants lasting approximately fifty to seventy yrs, so soon after you have them planted in the right way, you will have fun with them for years and years. These plants have a preference for some sort of sun-drenched area together with a well-drained soil. A good air flow circulation available around the the peony plant can also be essential. All of these conditions allow this type of plants to avoid sickness problems. To make a sowing hole intended for a bareroot peony plant, dig the dirt to some level around 12-18inches. Work with a garden fork to loosen the edges of the particular growing hole as well. It is always very important that the “eye”, or growing nodes, positioned near the bottom of the old stem, end up no more than 2 inches below the ground surface.
Karl Rosenfield Peony
Can you imagine a shrub covered in giant, fluffy pompons of bright scarlet? Consider those brilliant red blooms lofted above deep green foliage on sturdy stems, gently swaying in an afternoon breeze and emitting a sweet perfume to draw you in for a closer look. This, and more, is what you will experience when you plant a Karl Rosenfield Peony in your yard this year.
Karl Rosenfield Peony features stunning red, double flowers that are nearly 8 inches across! Each gorgeous bloom begins its display in mid-to-late spring, and includes a subtle hint of yellow at its center for a touch of added elegance. Cut a few for your dining room table and you’ll enjoy their beauty and fragrance inside as well as out (lasting over a week when cut in bud).
The Karl Rosenfield peony is a herbaceous perennial shrub that has an upright nature with erect stems to hold its spring bloom aloft. Karl Rosenfield is adaptable to variety of soils and can tolerate partial shade.
Wildlife adore it, but deer and rabbits don’t seem to have an interest in it. Plant one of these as a focus/accent plant anywhere in your yard for a splash of spring color, or use several as a decorative border. Karl Rosenfield’s dark green foliage is a lively backdrop for other plants in the garden even after the spring bloom has been completed.
It’s a hardy shrub, easy to care for and generally maintenance free. The shrub dies back after frost, and you can leave it to nature’s purposes, or cut it back for a clean look to your winter landscape.
Karl Rosenfield is a traditional, old hybrid with the classic double peony many think of when envisioning a peony shrub. It’s hard to beat a classic, tried-and-true variety like Karl Rosenfield, and we’re sure you’ll agree when you try one out in your yard this year. Order one today!
Information About Bare Root Peonies
Bare root Peonies are shipped as nice 3-5 eye bare root divisions. Their woody roots are not uniform, it is normal for each root to look slightly different.
Plant with the eyes just below surface level with the woody roots spread out underneath. Once buried, water and mulch thoroughly.
The classic double red peony, the Karl Rosenfield is an early-season bloomer that produces huge, deep red blooms that are showstoppers in the garden and in bouquets.
Remove spent flowers as they fade, then cut back plant after the foliage has died down in the fall. Long lived, peonies do not need to be divided and can be left undisturbed for years.
Peonies are tough, undemanding perennials that can bloom happily for a century or more with little care. Choose a sunny to lightly shaded spot to plant with good air circulation and plenty of room for them to grow. Because they like ample water, they do best in somewhat heavier clay-type soils and away from the roots of trees and shrubs.
When planting, water deeply and maintain even soil moisture until the ground freezes to help the plant develop as many feeder roots as possible its first fall. To protect the delicate roots the first winter, apply mulch. After the ground freezes, mound the newly planted area with 2-4 inches of soil or 5-8 inches of a fluffy, non-matting mulch such as straw, cornstalks, peat moss, or evergreen boughs – but not leaves.
Tip: Potted dormant perennials can be kept in a well-lit cool/cold area (i.e. garage, shed, even in a protected area outdoors) until ready for spring planting. Do not allow them to completely dry out.
- You are purchasing one – Karl Rosenfield Peony – 1 Gallon Pot
- Deer resistant
- Easy care
- Can be shipped dormant
- Note: Images are of mature plants
- Botanical Name: Paeonia lactiflora ‘Karl Rosenfield’
- Mature Size(H x W) : 32”-38” x 24”-36”
- Soil: Normal, sandy, clay, well-draining
- Hardiness Zone: 3-8
- Sun Exposure: Full Sun
- Characteristics: double blooms, erect stems
- Growth Rate: Moderate
- Bloom: Deep red blooms in late spring to early summer
- Suggested Uses: Border, Specimen, Cut Flowers