Two years ago, I bought several ‘Coral Sunset’ peony bushes from an online end of the season sale. At about $4.00 each, I knew that I couldn’t resist ordering just a few more plants. In that purchase were two of these beauties!
With our late snow storm this year, I was seriously worried that I wouldn’t have any peony blooms in the garden. Much to my surprise, most of the bushes recovered – including these! I can’t help but feel that these huge coral blooms are absolutely stunning! I can’t wait to learn more about growing peonies in the future!
Have you ever grown ‘Coral Sunset’ peony before? What did you think? I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit the blog. I hope that you’re having a wonderful day!
3 thoughts on “In Bloom: ‘Coral Sunset’ Peony”
That’s such a warm, soft, relaxing color! Love it. I love peonies. I’ve been slowly but surely remaking my little .3 acre into lots of blooms and borders. I’ve added maybe 8 or 9 peonies, all just roots not potted plants. I saw one bloom finally this year! It must take a while (2-3 years?) to see blooms after planting. I also have found 2 peonies already on the property but in shade, so I took a chance and moved them into the sun. Free peonies! No blooms on those yet either. Fingers crossed all this long-game, peony planting pays off in the next year or so.
What a beauitful color, for sure. Your pictures are wonderful. I’m working on flower gardens too. I have peonies that belongrd to my greatgrandmother . My mom took a start to her first home and when I got married and got a home I took a start from her and another start from my grandma , who lived in the farmhouse of my great grandma. I think they are one of the prettiest in my yard. Sometimes it can awhile to bloom, but once they start the are worth it.
Those are so pretty! Are they fragrant? We have several peony bushes here. My husband’s family used to have a peony farm. They sold the farm last year and his mom sent me some of the roots, and they’re growing pretty well — but no blooms yet.