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Sarah Bernhardt Peony Bare Root Dormant Plants (4-Pack)

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Product Overview

Peonies are the beauties of the garden. Large blooms in a wide range of colors make this plant the centerpiece of any planting. Peonies require well drained soil and perform best in full sun. Sarah Bernhardt has very large dark rose-pink blooms with lighter pink edges. The variety is slightly fragrant and an excellent cut flower.

  • Perennial returns year after year
  • Plant with daylily and calla
  • Hardy, long-lasting cut flowers
  • Plant in full sun to partial shade
  • Item ships as bare root plant



Mature Height (in.)
36 in
Mature Width (in.)
12.0 in


Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant,Hummingbird/Butterfly Attractant
Blossom Color
Botanical Name
Common Name
Hardiness Zone
3 (-40 to -30 F)
Shipped As
Bare Root
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you grow peonies in Florida

Asked by: Alice
Peonies do not grow successfully in Florida.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-19

Do Peony plants do well in south Florida?

Asked by: Tess
Most Peonies will do well in your planting zone. The exception will be the Paeonia x smouthii & Paeonia tenuifolia 'Rubra Flora Plena' variety of Peony. This type must be planted in zones 4a-8b. or 3a-8a. The Paeonia suffruticosa 'Amber Moon' variety can only be planted in zones 5a to 9a. The Paeonia lactiflora & Paeonia officinalis can be planted in zones 4a to 10a. Palm Beach, part of Hendry and Fort Myers and all areas below this are out of the suggested planting zones.
Answered by: RicksPicks
Date published: 2015-11-07

How do peonies do in North Carolina, Coastal area?

Asked by: Margot

Can you grow peonies in pots in Dallas?

It is about to be summer and I have a small yard so need to plant them in pots. Will this work?
Asked by: sheabutter
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Customer Reviews

Sarah Bernhardt Peony Bare Root Dormant Plants (4-Pack) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They all came out I'm the one saying that the most I'd get from the 8 roots I planted is about 70%. However, they are all out after one month waiting.
Date published: 2010-05-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from No eyes I bought 2 packages, or 8 plants. I understood that they're shipped as bare roots with 2-3 eyes. 4 of 8 were good and they have grown out of the ground in 10 days. Two were with 1-2 tiny eyes, and I'm still waiting to see it out. The final two were about 2", appeared to me as two piece of dry wood with no eyes at all. I planted them all by following the instructions carefully, but I'm afraid the most I will get is around 70% of what I paid for.
Date published: 2010-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good roots Their roots were on the smaller range but still doable for the price. I planted in mulch mix soil and after a good week of rain, it all came out. I would say to wait at least 2-3 weeks before you can tell if they're good or gone bad. Remember to plant no more then 2 inches and water every few days until the roots comes up. Also, I soaked them in water for few hours before planting.
Date published: 2015-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The ultimate in low maintenance If you want to plant a perennial and hot have to divide and replant every few years, then peonies are for you. Plant it, and the only thing you have to do is clean up the dead foliage the next spring. With double peonies like this one, you might have to give them some support while they're blooming, but that's not very time consuming. The only thing I don't like about peonies is that they attract ants just before they open, so don't plant them too close to your house.
Date published: 2010-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Peonies I have no signs of growth
Date published: 2011-05-02
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