Sorry I have another peony question. I bought some cheapish bare root peonies in February from a supermarket, Morissons. They all seemed to have about 1-2 'eyes'. There were about five in all - I planted them in early April - not too deep as advised and with the help of a friend who has a lot of and knows about peonies. She said these root peonies were not very good quality, but just plant anyway and see what happens. Each one has one 'eye' now popping out of the ground. My question is, can these things produce more eyes? Does only one eye mean the plant will take a long time and be smaller? I know peonies takes years to establish and flower anyway, but will buying from a more expensive, reputable grower providing '3-5 eye' peony bare roots mean that I will get flowers sooner? Or should I buy a containerised one now and this will establish quicker? I am just wondering if more eyes can develop on these cheaper bare root things anyway? In time, will it have the ability to get more eyes, or will it always be a weaker plant? Any advice appreciated.