Giant Dinner Plate Dahlias
Amaze your friends and neighbors with the enormous size of these bright red flowers that grow up to 10"W. Several huge dinner plate dahlias will bloom with glorious color in your summer garden, shooting up to 36" to 48" tall from a single bulb. Cut the blossoms to create excellent floral displays. One bulb.
|Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade |
Bloom Time: July-Frost
Planting Depth: 6”
Hardiness Zones: 8-10, elsewhere dig and store bulbs in the fall in a frost free area.
Watering:Water thoroughly after planting. As plants grow increase the watering.
Planting Time: Spring
Soil: These will do well in average well drained soil.
Continuing Care: Pinch and disbud dahlias for later and larger flowers. In areas with winter freeze, carefully dig the tubers in the fall after the frost kills the foliage. Cut stalks approximately 6” above the tuber. Pack carefully in dry sand or peat moss and store in a cool dry place.
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