Paeony Alexander Fleming
- Plant and Planting Details
- Paeony Alexander Fleming blooms are very strongly scented in early summer.
- Paeony Alexander Fleming is similar to Paeony Sarah Bernhardt except darker in colour and more strongly scented
- Paeony Alexander Fleming is one of the worlds most popular paeonies.
Paeonies, also referred to as Paeony Rose are hugely symbolic in the East are widely grown in Ireland and the UK for their incredibly showy blooms.
Please Note: These are a pre season item and will be delivered during February 2022 and as such, if you are ordering items for immediate delivery along with pre season items, such as summer flowering perennials or Seed Potatoes, you will incur a separate delivery fee
Paeony Alexander Fleming will grow to between 50cm and 1 metre in height and may need staking. Allow up to 1 metre around each plant for it to spread.
- Loved as both a garden flower and as a cut flower, but words can only do so much for Paeony Alexander Fleming
- Blooms are strongly scented in early summer.
- The very full flowers are long lasting in Paeony terms. Each bloom lasting for a week to 10 days. It is a good repeat flowerer meaning that its flowering season is long.
- This is a true treasure in the garden.
- These Paeony roots can be planted between November - April either into pots or the open ground using a good quality, humus rich soil or compost.
- For best results, feed regularly with the organic plant food, Nature Safe Atlantic Seaweed Liquid Feed.
All my perennial plants are supplied as "bare roots". This means that they are not potted and will need to be potted or planted when you receive them.
All my perennial roots are supplied to me loose in timber crates or cardboard boxes and my packaging is all paper and cardboard so that no plastic is used in the packaging of these perennial roots
Please Note: These are a pre season item and as such, if you are ordering items for immediate delivery along with pre season items, such as summer flowering perennials or Seed Potatoes, you will incur a separate delivery fee
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