Flirty and bright, these peonies are true beauties! Kansas Peony Flowers feature bold, fuchsia hot pink blooms that open up to unveil endless layers. Piece together with creamy white spray roses, tulips, and your favorite FiftyFlowers greenery for a gorgeous bridal bouquet or table centerpieces. Or simply arrange alone with a jeweled ribbon for a stunning wedding bouquet.
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Flower Bloom Size: .25 to 0.5 inch small flowers that comprise ~4 inch bloom.
Stem Length: 30 inches
Peony flowers are a seasonal product. This variety is available in May. *
Each stem features one focal bloom.
Peony scent ranges from none to strong.
Expected vase life is an average of 5 days with proper care and handling.
Since flowers are a product of Mother Nature and due to variation in monitor resolutions, the exact color tones of this flower may vary to some degree.
Package contents and prices are based on availability and are subject to change due to weather and market conditions.
Peonies require individualized care. These gorgeous blooms are shipped from international and domestic farms and will arrive at different bloom stages from golf ball-like blooms to open. This is to be expected. Please follow the care tips below to ensure your shipment of peonies are perfect for your special day!
Golf Ball – If your peonies arrive in a tight, closed bloom: Prep containers with fresh, cool water. Remove all packaging and any bands holding the stems. Strip the stems free of excessive leaves to eliminate bacteria build up. With a pair of shears, cut two to three inches of the stems under running water and place in prepared water. Store the peonies in a cool, dark room. Refresh water every 24 hours.
Cracking to Blooming – If your peonies arrive opening: DO NOT process the flowers. Place the peonies on their side in a floral cooler or refrigerator free of any fruits and vegetables. The morning prior to your event, prep containers with fresh, cool water. Remove all packaging and any bands holding the stems. Strip the stems free of excessive leaves to eliminate bacteria build up. With a pair of shears, cut two to three inches of the stems under running water and place in prepared water. Store the flowers in a cool, dark room.