All of our Paeonia are hardy here, in slightly limey soil, in dappled shade. Most are in short supply and often expensive. They are slow to grow and propagate. Paeonia are not for people who want instant gratification. They are plants for the patient gardener, prepared to wait a few years for results (and for a late season delivery).
Paeonies hate transplanting. Autumn is best but rhizomes can sulk for a season, making little growth, or dying back early, while they establish. They usually come up full of vigour the next year as long as they have not been damaged by an exploratory finger checking their welfare!
You can order these any time but please note that Paeonia are VERY LATE RIPENING. Autumn delivery starts mainly in November. For spring delivery we try to have them all sent out by March. Customers in cold countries should be aware of this late, short window. We cannot accept orders stipulating April or May delivery, it is just not possible. There are more details here.
Ordering is possible from Autumn and Spring lists. Paeonia are very late ripening items.