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Dahlia
Dahlia

Dahiia are tall, half hardy perennials raised each year from tubers or cuttings, or annuals raised from seed (bedding dahlia). Blooms can be the size of plates and a wide range of flower types are available. The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot.

features

  • Dahlia likes full sun
  • Dahlia likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia is not frost hardy

Dahlia (Bedding Varieties)
Bedding Dahlia

The bedding dahlia is an annual and is easiest to grow as new plants are often raised from seed and it requires little attention after planting out. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong the flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot.

features

  • Bedding Dahlia likes full sun
  • Bedding Dahlia likes rich and free draining
  • Bedding Dahlia likes frequent watering
  • Bedding Dahlia is not frost hardy

Dahlia (Border Varieties)
Border Dahlia

The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller, often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot.

features

  • Border Dahlia likes full sun
  • Border Dahlia likes rich and free draining
  • Border Dahlia likes frequent watering
  • Border Dahlia is not frost hardy

Dahlia '14 Orange Dec'
Dahlia '14 Orange Dec' (Decorative)

The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller, often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot.

features

  • Dahlia '14 Orange Dec' (Decorative) likes full sun
  • Dahlia '14 Orange Dec' (Decorative) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia '14 Orange Dec' (Decorative) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia '14 Orange Dec' (Decorative) is not frost hardy

Dahlia '71770-52' (Mystic Series) syn. Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler'
Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler' (Single)

The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller, often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot. 'Mystic Sparkler' is a single flowering dahlia and produces hot pink flowers with a yellow central halo. It also has dark foliage.

features

  • Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler' (Single) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler' (Single) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler' (Single) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Mystic Sparkler' (Single) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'Abbie'
Dahlia 'Abbie' (Decorative)

The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller, often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot. Abbie is a decorative Dahlia with lavender pink flowers and white base.

features

  • Dahlia 'Abbie' (Decorative) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Abbie' (Decorative) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Abbie' (Decorative) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Abbie' (Decorative) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse'
Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse' (Semi-cactus)

This Dahlia has large, cerise pink flowers with white tips, each one the size of a dinner plate. A border dahlia. Semi-cactus, dinner plate form.

features

  • Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse' (Semi-cactus) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse' (Semi-cactus) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse' (Semi-cactus) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'AC Dark Horse' (Semi-cactus) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'Addison June'
Dahlia 'Addison June' (Ball)

Vibrantly coloured ball dahlia. Bright fuchsia pink colour and the blooms have good form. Flower size 3" (8cm). Height 3' (92cm). A border Dahlia.

features

  • Dahlia 'Addison June' (Ball) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Addison June' (Ball) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Addison June' (Ball) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Addison June' (Ball) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'Akita'
Dahlia 'Akita' (Misc)

Dahiia are tall, half hardy perennials raised each year from tubers or cuttings, or annuals raised from seed (bedding dahlia). Blooms can be the size of plates and a wide range of flower types are available. The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot. 'Akita' bears cactus-type flowers with burnt orange petals, blending to orangey-yellow towards the centre.

features

  • Dahlia 'Akita' (Misc) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Akita' (Misc) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Akita' (Misc) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Akita' (Misc) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur'
Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' (Fimbriated)

The border dahlia is more imposing than the bedding dahlia and generally grows taller, often with much larger blooms. Always dig in organic matter before planting out and dead head regularly to prolong flowering. Dahlias are thirsty and hungry plants. Water in dry weather and occasionally feed with liquid fertiliser. A well drained fertile soil is needed as is a sunny spot. 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' bears large (up to 20cm across), ruffled looking, fimbriated-type, raspberry-coloured flower-heads, with white petal tips that are slightly ragged at the tips

features

  • Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' (Fimbriated) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' (Fimbriated) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' (Fimbriated) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Alauna Clair-Obscur' (Fimbriated) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'Alfred Grille'
Dahlia 'Alfred Grille' (Cactus)

Big, semi-cactus flowers appear for many months from midsummer well into the autumn. Each flower is a blend of salmon pink and orange, which merges into yellow towards the centre. The petals are long and thin, and recurving, creating a wonderful spikey effect. A border Dahlia.

features

  • Dahlia 'Alfred Grille' (Cactus) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'Alfred Grille' (Cactus) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'Alfred Grille' (Cactus) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'Alfred Grille' (Cactus) is not frost hardy

Dahlia 'All That Jazz'
Dahlia 'All That Jazz' (Decorative)

Flowers are golden yellow blending to rose red with a deep rose red reverse. Lovely coloring that can change shading in different weather conditions. Bush is strong and upright and reaches a height of 4'. A border dahlia

features

  • Dahlia 'All That Jazz' (Decorative) likes full sun
  • Dahlia 'All That Jazz' (Decorative) likes rich and free draining
  • Dahlia 'All That Jazz' (Decorative) likes frequent watering
  • Dahlia 'All That Jazz' (Decorative) is not frost hardy
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