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Re: Re: Lots of questions...need help re lilies & peonies especially...

If we all gardened by the book, it sure would be a dull hobby :) As
gardeners we look at what should be, then push the zone, climate, soil
type, and try it anyways....

So Bonnie, I vote you go for it. Sounds like an option of the perfect
senerio is not possible... so you need to try anyways, just due to the
memories. You will never forgive yourself if you don't at least try.


> Peony roots or divisions should be sold in fall.  Potted peonies can be sold

> in spring, but not bareroot, not with good consequences.  Potted is the key

> here as they should have been divided and potted the previos fall, so

> everything is in the pot.

> Kitty

> ----- Original Message ----- 

> From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>

> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>

> Sent: Sunday, April 04, 2004 11:39 PM

> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Lots of questions...need help re lilies & peonies

> especially...



> > In a message dated 4/4/04 11:14:48 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> >

> > << I'd never trust one

> > purchased in spring, though they would have a chance of making it >>

> >

> > We sell them in the greenhouse every year.  I have not heard of any

> problems.

> >  i know some of our employees have purchased them and had good results.

> Many

> > garden centers in our area sell them in the spring.

> >     Ceres

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