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When to Transplant Peonies

So when is the best time to transplant peonies? Early Fall is the perfect time for transplanting peonies and it's a pretty straight-forward process. The first thing you'll want to do is cut the stems back to about 6 inches. Then dig up the root ball of your peonies. You may want to have a few sheets of newspaper spread out if you're going to divide the peonies while transplanting. Division of peonies requires that you remove the soil from around the root ball and divide the plant into clumps with at least 3 buds per division. If you won't be dividing your peonies and are only transplanting them from one spot to another then you can go ahead and plant the peonies in their new spot. Remember, when planting your peonies, to leave adequate room for the roots to spread out. Back fill your hole with soil and be sure to mulch around the peonies for their protection the first winter in their new spot. Water in well. *Remember also that peonies like full sun. Try to locate your peonies in an area that will at least get 6 hours of sunlight per day. Happy Gardening!

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