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Carrob Growers offer a wide variety of fruit trees to buy

Buy special Peonies from Carrob Growers

The beauty of  peonies extends through the season from plump buds pushing up through the soil in late winter to the fine Autumn foliage of some cultivars.   


Flower types vary from the simplicity of the singles, the colourful semi doubles to the voluptuous rose-like doubles. 


Many are scented while others make ideal cut flowers.

Peonies are generally easy to grow given a fertile, adequately drained soil in an open sunny location although some will tolerate light shade.


Given these basic requirements, peonies may well have a life span of up to fifty years.  They are extremely hardy and suitable for growing in most areas preferring a neutral to slightly alkaline soil.


Plant size is classified by the number of ‘eyes’ (buds).  The smaller size (2-3 eyes) may take several years before flowering.


Peony flowering times:
Early season: May to early June
Mid season:  June flowering Late season:  Late June


Plants available to buy from Carrob Growers

Fruit Trees

Apple trees | Apricot trees | Cherry trees | Crab apple trees | Damson trees | Fig trees | Gages | Medlars | Mirabelles | Mulberries | Peach trees | Pear trees | Plum trees | Quince trees | Trained Forms

Nut Trees

Almond trees | Chestnut trees | Filberts | Hazelnut trees | Walnut trees

Soft Fruit & Vines

Blueberry bushes | Currant bushes | Gooseberry bushes | Grapevines | Hybrid berries | Kiwi vines | Raspberry Canes | Rhubarb plants | Strawberry Plants | Other fruits


Bush roses | Climbing roses | Modern shrub roses | Old shrub roses | Rambling roses | Renaissance roses | Species roses


Herbaceous Hybrid Peony | ITOH Peony | Japanese Peony | Lactiflora Peony

Fruit Trees | Nut Trees | Soft Fruit & Vines | Roses | Peonies | Woodland Plants
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