The Farm at Oxford

a specialty cut flower farm - chester county PA

Tree Peony Plants for Pickup: Choose Variety

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Tree Peony Plants for Pickup: Choose Variety

79.00

At the farm we have thousands of herbaceous peonies planted, and we delight in their blooms every May.

However, there is another type of peony that is getting popular for gardens but can be difficult to find in plant form… the tree peony, so we are adding some to the farm this year.

And I’m happy to also be able to bring in some of those same varieties for my local garden and flower lovers to plant in their own gardens for enjoyment.

I’ve sourced these specialty and hard to find varieties from a local PA wholesale nursery; and they will arrive in early to mid March.

These are in 2 gallon pots, and they should at least show a bloom this year if not more. Tree peonies are slow growers, and it can take years for it to reach it’s true form, be patient. Most of the online roots you would get would take a year or two to start blooming—here you already have a 2 gallon plant about to bloom. This is for one plant.

Peonies hate to be moved, so expect that next year you may not see a bloom, but after that they will continue to grow and expand. Tree peonies are not the BEST for cut flowers in terms of longevity, but they sure are gorgeous and if you do cut them, they look gorgeous in designs.

The colors are as follows:

Lavender, Salmon, Dark Maroon, red/white Shima Nishiki

These are for pickup only, you don’t have to be local but make sure either you or someone can drive to pick these up in the Chester County PA area.

Pickup is at WorKS at 432 S Walnut Street in KSQ—but I will email to confirm when the plants have arrived and pickups begin. You may also pickup at our farm in New London, PA— when I email to have you pickup—just let me know you would prefer FARM pickup instead of WorKS.

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The Farm at Oxford is a proudly featured grower on Field to Vase, a premiere advocate for the growing local flower movement and a member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers.