PEONY 'SORBET' (Paeonia lactiflora ‘Sorbet’) The unusual pink and white 5-7" double blooms of this hybrid are delectable! The fragrant flowers look amazing in early summer and the handsome foliage turns red in autumn. These bushy plants grow up to 4' tall and require little care. Suitable for any climate and soil type. Space 36-48" apart. Zones: 3-8 Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade Deer tend to avoid.
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Height 3 - 4' Spacing 3 - 5' Exposure Plant in sun or partial shade Hardy Temp -40°F (-40°C) Uses Hedges, cutting gardens, mixed borders Features Native. Red fall fruit. Good for cuts. Compact. Soil Moist to damp soils. Pruning Prune in late winter/early spring. Type Deciduous Bloomtime Early summer Flower Color White Foliage Color Green Zone 3 - 8
Growing horseradish is possible in a wide range of climates because they are such tough, persistent plants. Horseradish roots are harvested from fall through winter, providing plenty of warmth to winter meals. This guide includes descriptions of the types of horseradish and tips for growing this flavor-packed root crop in your organic garden. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.