Peony roots are very small. I ordered 16 two years ago, but none of them has bloomed yet. I doubt they will bloom in the next year. Then I will need to wait 4 or 5 years before blooming. By the way, about 2 out of 16 didn't come out.
ycn4chin Dickson, TN (36 reviews) November 19, 2014
I ordered ten peonies from this company. I liked that I was able to order late in the season and still have a good selection. They take PayPal and the prices are line with what you receive. I received several emails about the status of my order and a tracking number when they were shipped. All arrived in good condition within 16 days of shipping. They were small in comparison to what other dedicated peony nurseries here in the USA send...about the size of a peony one would buy from a mass retailer in a plastic bag. Unlike those peonies, these were fresh, and firm with large eyes. I feel sure that they will grow nicely. I am delighted to have varieties that are not found here in the USA. I would not hesitate to order again, and recommend this company to my gardening friends.
Am thrilled -just received my order of 7 peonies. Prior to ordering, Gintas was prompt and courteous with answers to my questions. Received order in 11 days-very reasonable timeframe. As other reviewers comment, roots are smaller than those sent by pricier US peony farms, but are decently-sized, and most have at least 2 eyes. Will update my comments when - hopefully - most/all bloom!
graycrna4u Clemmons, NC (3 reviews) October 5, 2013
I ordered two tree peonies in July, 2013. I emailed in August to get a shipment date and got no reply (though they said they replied). I emailed again in September to get a shipment date. At that time, I was informed that the plants had shipped the first week of August, and that no one claimed the shipment, and it had been shipped back to Lithuania. I was told that I could pay $25 more for shipping and get the same plants (but at that point they will have been out of the ground for 2 months and likely dead) or I could reorder and repay. Now, it is October 5, and they have my money and my plants and I have no recourse. Order from an American company or nursery for satisfactory service.
reeve1 Plano, TX (Zone 8b) (46 reviews) May 12, 2013
What a great nursery for Peonies. Great prices for healthy 3-5 eye Peonies (some of mine were 6-7 eye). Many supreme Russian varieties as well as popular American types. Will definitely make this my first choice for Peonies. Thanks for the great experience, Gintas! Keep up the good work!
peony61 Kolkwitz Germany (10 reviews) October 13, 2007
Plants came without problems from Lithuania to Germany 4 years ago. Divisions are small, as always if you buy from companies in the East of Europe. They want to make you a good shipping prize and it really makes no difference after 2 years.They grew well, were true to name and a great experience and one of the very few good sources for soviet times breedings.
LeonPez Eudora, KS (Zone 5b) (1 review) March 6, 2007
I ordered from this company a few years back and got nice plants. They have now all bloomed all were true to the cultivar ordered. I think I ordered about 8 plants. I am very pleased with my peonies from them.
dayli Vienna, VA (Zone 7a) (2 reviews) November 5, 2006
I received 2 tree peonies from Peony Nursery. They were small but in excellent shape, beautifully healthy. The website is great and their prices are very reasonable--good communication too. I really am very pleased.
Last year I ordered 9 peonies from this company -- a little nervous about its distant location but willing to take a risk, as the prices were so great (6 to 8 bucks a peony). I have to say their shipping was fast and efficient, but the roots were much less developed than any of the others I've received and this year the plants, though thriving, are distinctly smaller in comparison, too.