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- 1. Planted at wrong depth.
2. Competing with roots of trees and or shrubs
3. Over-fertilized with Nitrogen (Peonies in the lawn can get hit with high nitrogen lawn fertilizer)
4. Plants too young and immature
5. Plants too large, old, or overcrowded
6. Too much shade
We recommend that you dig a generous hole and fertilize with Plant-tone, rock phosphate, and green sand according to the label directions. Feed spring and fall with Plant-tone.
Perhaps these were just smaller/younger plants to start with and are not old enough to produce flower buds yet. Feed them now with some Plant-tone and rock phosphate.