In What Month Do Peonies Bloom?


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Peonies start to bloom in April and last through May and June, according to Leslie Rose for SFGate. The flowers last a week to 10 days before fading. Peonies are hardy in the USDA Plant Hardiness Zones of 3 through 8 or 9.

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In What Month Do Peonies Bloom?
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Peonies are perennials and come back each year. Peonies that are early-season flowerers include "Kansas" and "Raspberry Ice." "Apache" and "Bridal Shower" peonies are mid-season flowerers, while "Doris Cooper" and "Snow Mountain" are late-season flowerers, according to Rose. Peonies die after the first frost in the late fall season and resprout in the spring of the following year.

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