How to grow peony in winter

Written by Maggie

Nov 24 2020

How to grow peony in winter

If you want the peony overwinter safely, you need to prune the yellow and weak branches in a timely manner, to reduce the consumption of nutrients. It was moved to the indoor environment for breeding and the temperature was controlled at about 20℃. It can then be placed in an astigmatic setting, away from heating. Daily window ventilation to reduce the production of pests and diseases.

Peony picture


1. Trim the peony in winter

Peony requires pruning the withered branches before the first frost, cutting off the consumption of nutrients and avoiding the breeding of pests. For potted paeoniflorum cold resistance is relatively poor, so it is best to move it to the indoor environment for cultivation to avoid frostbite.

2. Reduce watering for peony in winter

There is also a need to reduce watering times in winter, especially in low temperatures.Too much watering will easily cause the phenomenon of soil freezing, which will also have a great impact on the growth of the peony root system.The water temperature should be close to room temperature.

How to grow peony in winter

3. Astigmatism for peony in winter

Winter light is relatively soft, at this time peony can be placed in the astigmatism environment. After absorption of light, we can also alleviate frostbite, which is very helpful for peony in winter. Keep it away from heating equipment, or too high a temperature will cause yellow leaves.

4. Good ventilation peony in winter

In winter, cultivate peony in the indoor environment. It also needs to maintain a good ventilation environment. Daily we can open the window ventilation, reduce disease generation, thus can promote the growth of peony. The indoor temperature can be controlled at 20℃ or so. Frostbite occurs when the temperature is lower than 0℃.

How to grow peony in winter