'Morning Lilac' Peony has huge 7" vivid fuchsia blooms in this remarkable ITOH variety! This stunning peony holds it's blooms for up to six weeks, has a great fragrance, and make exceptional cut flower specimens. In the late fall the peony plant leaves change to a red orange color for a fun pop of garden color long after the blooms have finished.
"Plant in sun to part shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade is idea. Plant in soil that has been amended with organic mater. For best results keep consistently moist, especially when plants are setting up buds and blooming. Fertilizer plants in spring and summer only with a low nitrogen fertilizer. Do not fertilize these peonies in late summer and fall. Cut back plants hard in fall."