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Open the box as soon as your parcel arrives, peonies and indeed all plants need light to survive, take your peony plant out and unwrap from all packaging. Give your peony a little drink of water. It is best to plant your peony in the ground or your chosen container as soon as possible once arrived. Please note all plants left in the box after delivery cannot be returned or replaced. Click here for further details.

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Laura Dessert’ (Peony ‘Laura Dessert’) (Fragrant)

£28.00

Herbaceous perennial with finely cut green foliage and anemone type white flowers with creamy/lemon centres. Mildly fragrant and sturdy habit, looks great in the border. Easy to grow if in good soil. Any fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade and in any sheltered position. Easy to grow if in good soil.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

 

Pre Order for Spring 2022

Supplied in a large, 5.5lt pot at flowering maturity.

H:80cm S:50cm

2 in stock In stock items usually ship within 7-10 daysCan be backordered – what does this mean?

2 in stock In stock items usually ship within 7-10 daysCan be backordered – what does this mean?

Available on backorder

Description

Herbaceous perennial with finely cut green foliage and anemone type white flowers with creamy/lemon centres. Mildly fragrant and sturdy habit, looks great in the border. Any fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade and in any sheltered position. H:80cm S:50cm Easy to grow if in good soil

Additional information

Flower month

May-June

Family

Paeoniaceae

Species

lactiflora

Pot size

HUGE 5.5lt (22cm Square) Deep Pot

Soil

Any fertile, moist, well drained soil

Sun position

Sun or partial shade loving

Fragrant

Yes

Height & Spread in 5 yrs

H:90cm S:50cm

Flower colour

Cream + pale lemon

Genus

Peony

Foliage

Deciduous Perennial Plant

Foliage colour

Dark Green

Tenderness

Hardy

Aspect

Any position sheltered or exposed

Plant Care

Remove dead flowers spikes at a branching point or at the base after flowering, to tidy.

Plant Type

Perennial

Plant condition

In winter, this plant dies down and is cut back. So if it's delivered between October and May, it may look dead, but it's just resting! This is traditionally the best time to plant.

Toxicity

CAUTION: if eaten, can upset stomachs