Transplant peonies in the spring is possible only in April or may. Dig the Bush, trying to capture a larger piece of earth on the roots. Prepare the hole area, but rather small in size. Add nutritious, loose soil. At the same time avoid adding fresh organic matter, use rotted compost, manure or a complete fertilizer.
In the summer especially careful to monitor the peonies. Appeared first after planting the buds tear off. And water the Bush daily.
If the plant is badly root in a new place, pick up toward the end of summer for them another seat.
The roots of the flower can break off when you dig up the shrub for transplanting, because in the spring they are very fragile. Collect the segments and fragments roots and plant them in the garden with loose, fertile soil, so you will get more hives in the future.
Take a charcoal, crush it and process sections of broken roots. In August you can carefully transplant them to another, more comfortable bed, not forgetting regular watering.
But it is best to transplant peonies in the fall. The place where you will take a flower, should be Sunny and open. Desirable close arrangement of ground waters to prevent root rot.
The place for planting prepare for 3-4 weeks before start of the work. Dig a hole, fill it 2/3 with a mixture of peat, humus, sand and garden soil taken in equal proportions. Add 220 g of double superphosphate, a jar of wood ash and a tablespoon of ferrous sulfate.
Rhizome peony dig very carefully. As the roots penetrate the ground to a depth of 0.5-1 meter, will have to do it for a long time. Do not use a shovel, you'd better take the fork, and ditch the rhizome in a circle, then pull out of the ground, holding both sides with shovels. Leave the plant for 2-3 hours in the shade to avoid breakage of the root.
Now you need to divide the peony to get delanco and part of the rhizome with a size of about 10-15 cm, Remove the small and rotten portions of root. Better to do it with a knife or sharp wooden wedge. Start with dividing into 2-3 pieces, and then smaller. Before planting them out can be placed in a container with a saturated solution of potassium permanganate to disinfect.
Plant the shrub into the prepared hole, sprinkle on top of the earth taken from the garden. Make sure that the layer was not more than 5 cm, and then water generously. Remember that young plants require regular care, constantly watered, loosen the soil, remove the buds, weed, spray against pests etc. In the second year of life peonies rarely bloom, delighting the abundance of inflorescences after several seasons, in the summer.