I wrote all about Peonies, knows as the Queens of the Garden, last week. They’re often the first thing to bloom and the anticipation of all of those bursting buds is often squashed when suddenly they all bloom at once and then *poof!* They’re gone as fast as they came.  Young peony plants often only see a handful of blooms, but established plants will be overflowing and you’ll wish you could stagger the blooms to last longer.  Well, the secret is that you CAN.  This is a fantastic trick to know and it will let you trim peony buds before they bloom, store them for weeks, and then have them bloom whenever you want.  Sound like magic?  It kind of is!  Read on… With this little trick, you can trim peony stems when they look about like this, and then save them for weeks. The key here is to cut…

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