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mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 11:07 AM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
Paeonia suffruticosa 'Hanakisoi'
Thumb of 2011-12-30/valleylynn/bf7227

UPDATE ON MARCH 6 REGARDING TREE PEONY CANCELLATIONS

i ordered these LAST FALL.
in jan. when walters received these i asked them at the time if i needed to go ahead and receive because i know they fill orders as they are being shipped. but they said no. they had plenty.

but they don't. the last crop failed. however it is not as bad as it seems. we did get some and i have found a few others that we can add.

here are the ones we are getting......
hanakisoi
shimanishiki
kinshi
kinkaku

we will not be getting these.......
sahohime
kamatinishiki

we can get these..........
kaoukamon
houki
shimadajin
renkaku

END OF UPDATE
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These are coming from Walters Gardens. Walters will receive these in January. i will ask for the plants to be shipped to me around March 1. The plan is to let the plants break dormancy and then i will reship.

These plants are classified as grade one at walters. Most of the grade 1's we got this year were gallon sized although some were ready for 2 gallons the day they got here. Further Walters says that these will have different eye counts. Most will have 3 to 5 eyes but some may have less than that. However ALL the plants are 2 yrs. old. These are grafted plants.

GUARANTEE
Due to the expensive nature of these plants i will offer a 90 day guarantee. THIS 90 DAY GUARANTEE STARTS THE DAY I RECEIVE THE PLANTS. So it is in your best interest to receive as soon as you can.

If your plant dies i will offer a free replacement with buyer paying all shipping costs. If i no longer have a replacement for you and you choose not to accept another tree peony i might have then i will offer a refund on plant price only.

Quoting:9kittymom here is the spreadsheet
http://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=t2o0AVfbD...

Please do not edit your order post, if you want to make changes, make a new post. I will not be responsible for missing any changes if you edit your post. I am not checking for that.


Important: if we don't already have you in our database, please send me the following
PAYMENT METHOD, paypal, check, money order (this is required before I can finalize your total on the spreadsheet and 'pink' you.
Name
Address
email address
phone number (please give me this information, sometimes we really need to get in touch with you)

send this to me 9kittymom This will help us and we won't have to bug you everytime for the information. thanks again for your help.



PLANT PRICES, FEES AND TAXES
20.00.......kaoukamon, shimadijin
25.00.......hanakisoi, hoki, renkaku
28.00......kinkaku, kinshi, shimanishiki

There is a 2.00 order fee for this sale.
Texas residents pay 8.25% sales tax.

PAYMENT OPTIONS
You may either pay for the entire order now or you may opt to pay only half. These plants are expensive for me and no cancellations will be accepted once the order goes through. I will give you a chance to cancel before i order.

SHIPPING
March and April shipping from me to you. And i will ship this order all by itself no matter what else i may have ready at the time.

PLANT CHOICES AS OF MARCH 6 please see pictures and links in the 2nd post

10 Hanakisoi
5 Hoki
10 Kinkaku
10 Kinshi
10 Shimanishiki
10 Kaoukamon
10 Shimadijin
5 Renkaku


167
172
177 2/25
186 3/6
202 3/21
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mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 11:36 AM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
Hanakisoi
Thumb of 2011-12-17/valleylynn/e5a481
http://www.springvalleyroses.com/catalog/treepeony-hanakisoi...
http://www.mikejones.us/jtpeonies.htm

Hoki
Thumb of 2011-12-17/valleylynn/5d122e
http://midatlanticpeony.org/gallery/Ming_Ning_Garden/2008051...
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/276854/


Kinkaku
Thumb of 2011-12-17/valleylynn/78d01c
http://www.springvalleyroses.com/catalog/treepeony-kinkaku.h...
http://www.thepeonystore.com/paeonia-suffruticosa-jin-zhi1.h...
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/80844/
http://www.romencegardens.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=plants.pl...

Kinshi
Thumb of 2011-12-17/valleylynn/379e78
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/103944/
http://www.dutchbulbs.com/store/peonies/60866

Shimanishiki
Thumb of 2011-12-17/valleylynn/c181f4
http://www.springvalleyroses.com/catalog/treepeony-shimanish...
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/56117/
http://www.romencegardens.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=plants.pl...

10.....kaoukamon..........20.00
http://www.directgardening.com/detail.asp?ProductID=5541

10.....shimadajin..........20.00
http://www.google.com/search?q=JAPANESE tree peony shimadaij...

5.......renkaku...25.00
http://www.garden-buffs.com/peony-tree-renkaku-456298597.htm...

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Imagebittersweetfarm
Jul 17, 2011 3:40 PM CST
Name: Ann
Granville, OH
I'd like to order
1 Hoki
1 Kamatanishiki
Thanks,
Ann
mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 3:42 PM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
ann........can you cmail me your address, phone and email? we have a database at mamajack's and i don't think you are in it. welcome to mamajack's.
ImageplantRN
Jul 17, 2011 4:05 PM CST
Name: Bethie
Northeast Atlanta
These are so pretty. But I give up on peonies. My Momma could grow 'em, but apparently growin' peonies is not a genetic trait. :) Still pretty plants though!
Imagewabatala
Jul 17, 2011 4:39 PM CST
Name: Barb
Latrobe California

1 Hoki 25.00
1 Kamatanishiki 25.00
1 Shimanishiki 28.00
1 Yagumo 28.00

I wish I could order more Thanks
Barb
Latrobe,Ca
Zone 9b
Imagesassafrass
Jul 17, 2011 5:07 PM CST
Name: Sass
up North, just yonder a ways
A Charley's Gal, YES I BE !!
when does this co-op close? need payment due by when?
Imagewren
Jul 17, 2011 5:17 PM CST
Name: Sandy Coffman
Jacksonville, Florida
I hope these will really grow here in the south
One of each please
Kamatanishiki
Shimanishiki
mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 6:50 PM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
wren we need to ask somebody about peonies before you spend that kind of money on plants. i am going to go find out for you. be back when i know.

sassafras and everyone......... i am back to my optimistic self thank the Lord because i ordered 20 of each. ( don't tell susan i used her credit card. hehe) . so one of two things is gonna happen. i'll stop the sale when i have sold 20 of each. or i'll cancel 10 or 20 of each kind if they don't sell.

if they sell out quick i might have a chance to order another 10. i just don't know how popular these will be yet. in light of that i'd guess payment would be due in a week or so. by that time i am going to know if i need 20, 10 or none of a particular kind. if you need extra time to pay we usually understand that. just tell susan.

i talked with heather earlier in the week and she told me of no shortages on these plants but i did order 20 of each. i can add or subtract as long as the supply lasts but wanted to get some of each on hold.
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Imagewren
Jul 17, 2011 6:57 PM CST
Name: Sandy Coffman
Jacksonville, Florida
The links said those 2 could handle the heat of zone 9, so I am keeping my fingers crossed
Imagesassafrass
Jul 17, 2011 7:08 PM CST
Name: Sass
up North, just yonder a ways
A Charley's Gal, YES I BE !!
awesome!!
would like to order one each of these please.

Kamatanishoki
Kinkaku
Shimanishiki

Thanks
mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 7:23 PM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
here's some gardenweb talk on the tree peonies. note how some people don't care for the plants when not in bloom while others say they like the foliage.

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/cangard/msg010856321...

and found this.........


Question:
What is the climatic range of Chinese tree peonies?

Answer:
They will grow from the warmest parts of zone 3 to zone 9. In the coldest regions, you can expect less height on a mature plant than one grown in more moderate climate. Additional winter protection of mulch and a wind break will help to protect the plant in zones 3 and 4. In our zone 5 garden, we only mulch the youngest plants. After growing for 4 to 5 years the plants are very hardy and don't require special winter treatment. In the warmer climates, such as southern CA or northern FL, where there is very little chill period or dormancy, it is necessary to force dormancy on the plant by trimming off the green leaves (not the stems) in November. Withhold water and let the plant rest during the months of November and December. By January, it will sprout new leaves and will bloom in early February or March.

HOW TO GROW......DOES ANYONE KNOW why they add the lime? really? what if i don't? what if my soil is alkaline? also note this says fertilize with low nitrogen food.
http://www.nurseriesonline.us/articles/Tree-peonies.html
Imagewren
Jul 17, 2011 7:37 PM CST
Name: Sandy Coffman
Jacksonville, Florida
Good, thought if we have another winter like last one we will have no problem with a chill period

Lets go for it. But back down to only one plant.
Kamatanishiki
mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 7:50 PM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
this calls for all things plants i think. lol.
Cem9165
Jul 17, 2011 8:27 PM CST
Duluth, Ga
I would like to order one each of:
Hoki
Kinshi
Sahohime
Yagumo
Thanks, and I'd like to pay for the order now. Please let me know the best option for payment. Hurray! Hurray! Hurray! Hurray!
Imagewren
Jul 17, 2011 8:44 PM CST
Name: Sandy Coffman
Jacksonville, Florida
Rolling on the floor laughing Rolling on the floor laughing Rolling on the floor laughing Rolling on the floor laughing Rolling on the floor laughing
mamajack
Jul 17, 2011 10:21 PM CST
Name: barb allison
Fate, Texas zone 8a
cem........as soon as i see what i will be ordering for sure i can total you up but you'll prob. have to remind me.

if i determine that we will order at least 10 of everything i'll say so and then can total anyone up wishing to pay now. we only require half payment but you are welcome to pay all.

and wren i have an open question over in the peony forum now.

AND i have asked polly k polly doesn't have high hopes of it blooming in way south florida. she felt zn 9 it might.

and i read about a process that i am still gathering information on. somewhere i read that in warmer zones you needed to force dormancy by removing the leaves ONLY. no buds or branches. somebody at atp will prob. know.
Imagesassafrass
Jul 17, 2011 10:33 PM CST
Name: Sass
up North, just yonder a ways
A Charley's Gal, YES I BE !!
ya know.. lets trim my order down to just the Kinkaku with this being my first time for tree peonies, I want to make sure we get along. Whistling If I end up killing one.. I can handle that, but I'd feel pretty dang bad if I killed all 3. Blinking

sorry for the change of heart
thanks
Imagegoldfinch4
Jul 18, 2011 6:41 AM CST
Name: Chris
Wisconsin z4
I'd like 1 Kamatanishiki please

Wish I had room for more.
Imagedirtpig
Jul 18, 2011 10:03 AM CST
Zone 4 upper WI
Tree Peonies...WOW...now that's mean Hilarious!

I would like
1 Kamatanishiki
1 Shimanishiki

But you will have to hold them for me till April.
Oh I read that Deer and Rabbit don't like tree peonies...NOT SO!!
I have two and my sister in law has one...all get ate right along with our
lilies and hostas.So cover them for the winter if you can.

Dirtpig/Jean

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