We have a nice selection of potted peonies for late summer/fall planting. While bare root peonies catch up with potted peony transplants by 3 years, transplanting from a nursery container will get you more flowers your 1st and 2nd year. 

Some of the unique peony plants we have available in containers at our (Oregon) farm include 'Green Lotus' and 'Berry Garcia'. We also have the ever-popular 'Festiva Maxima' and many other old fashioned, super fragrant peonies. Peonies are available in white, pink, yellow and a host of colors. 


We also ship bare root peonies in the fall - see our online peony catalog for ordering now. 

Check our homepage for open dates/hours or phone 503-393-7999 to stop by another day.

Located at 6219 Topaz Street NE, Brooks, OR 97305 (between Woodburn and Salem, off of 99E). Directions


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  • Posted by Therese Sprauer on October 02, 2016

    Yes they can be transplanted to a larger container – be sure there is ample room for root growth. See our blog on container patio peonies.

  • Posted by Therese Sprauer on September 29, 2016

    You can grow a peony in a large container. I have put together a blog post on September 29 addressing peonies in containers. Thank you for inquiring.

  • Posted by Sarahkate on August 28, 2016

    Could you tell me if potted peonies could be transplanted to a larger container and kept containerized? I will be moving back to Washington following retirement next July and don’t want to leave these beautiful shrubs behind esp. as the property I’ll be moving away from is going under the developers’ bulldozers after I move. I’d like to have some closer-to-bloom plants in a move-able container if possible. Thank you for letting me know if peonies survive or even thrive if containerized.

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