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I've been gardening for something like 50 years.  During that period  I've 
planted, grown, and enjoyed Peonies in several locations.  Before I  had a 
garden of my own, I bought them and planted them around my parent's  house.  
General consensus is plant in the fall and don't expect bloom the first  
year.  As usual I couldn't resist the Wal-Mart bargains and planted 3 root  
divisions last spring.  In the fall, I planted a selection from Gilbert  Wild.  The 
shocker . . . . Lady Kate, from the fall planting, is way past  the red 
foliage stage and has two buds nearly grown.  Lady Kate is supposed  to be a late 
bloomer.  Will be interesting to see if it blooms true to  color! They've never 
bloomed for me in the first spring.
Life never fails to surprise. 

Betty W. in  South-central KY Zone 6
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