These blooms hit their peak in May and June. Here’s how to make your lush arrangement last longer.

By Sarah Yang
May 16, 2016

There’s nothing prettier than a bouquet of big peony blooms. “Peonies are planted in early April and the harvest usually starts around the beginning of May,” says Callie Bladow, production director at BloomThat. “We get to see these beauties until mid to end of June.” To take advantage of peony season and incorporate them into your floral arrangements this summer, Bladow shares everything you need to know about choosing, arranging, and caring for the flowers.

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