Our Professional Gardener On Why Your Peonies Aren't Blooming Properly, And What To Do

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Insufficient Sunlight Peonies need full sun to bloom well. If your plant is not receiving enough direct sunlight, it may not produce flowers

Fertilization Issues Peonies don't like excessive nitrogen, which can promote foliage growth at the expense of flowers.

Recent Transplantation Peonies can take years to recover from transplanting. If your peony was recently moved, it may not bloom well for a few years.

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Depth of Planting Peonies should be planted with the eyes of the tubers no more than 2 inches below ground level. If planted too deeply, they may not bloom.

Bud Blast If your peony is budding but not blooming, it could be due to bud blast. This can be caused by fungal diseases, insect pests, or extreme weather conditions.

Undernourished Peonies that are undernourished may not bloom well. Transplant to a more favorable location and fertilize lightly after establishment to promote healthy growth and blooming

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