Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I
Available next Spring
Add a ray of sunshine to your garden with these cheerful daisy-like dahlias they are very pretty and as they are small they are ideal for...
Add a ray of sunshine to your garden with these cheerful daisy-like dahlias they are very pretty and as they are small they are ideal for windowboxes or small gardens flowering from late summer to the autumn.
|Botanical name||Dahlia Fascination|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Plant spacing||30 cm|
|Plant Depth||12 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Well drained soil|
|Full grown height||20 cm - 30 cm|
How to take care of Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I
After spring frost have disappeared soak your Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I tubers in a bucket of tepid water overnight to re-hydrate them before planting out in well-drained garden soil. Position the Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I tubers in a sheltered location or stake them for support as they grow so that the wind won't break their long stems. Refrain from watering at planting time as spring provides sufficient rain; they are susceptible to rot from over watering. Water twice weekly in summer. Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I tubers bloom late summer and last until first frost. Lift Dahlia Fascination Tuber size I tubers before winter sets in. Dig them out carefully with a fork, shake off excess soil and let them dry out completely. Then place them in a well-ventilated frost-free room for winter. Do not pile them on top of each other as they can rot. Replant the following spring after frost.
Please soak them in a bowl or bucket of tepid water for the night to rehydrate them. Refrain from watering at planting time because springtime provides sufficient rain to fulfil the tubers needs until they appear above the ground. Dahlias are susceptible to rot and too much water will cause them to rot. For best results keep the soil on the dry side rather than too wet. Once they are established, a deep soaking 2 -3 times a week during summer will suffice.
For additional instructions see product packaging.