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How deep do you plant peonies?

I have a peonie bulb and the package said to plant it one inch deep. Is that right?
asked May 29, 2013 by anonymous

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Generally speaking when you look at the Peonie root structure and sprouts off the roots you'll see a reddish colored tip near the top of the roots.  When you plant the roots make sure that the red tip is above the ground and the rest of the roots below ground..  This rule holds tru for any variety of Peonie.
answered May 29, 2013 by anonymous

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