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Mixed Colour Rare Dahlia Pinnata

Mixed Colour Rare Dahlia Pinnata

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Mixed Colour Rare Dahlia Pinnata - ca. 50 frø

Dahlia Seeds - Mixed Colour Rare Dahlia pinnata Flowers Seed! Perennial Plant Bonsai flowers seeds for Home garden 50pcs/bag

Name: Dahlia (Mixed)
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Height: 80cm
Flowers: Summer to first frost.
Flower Details: Purple, violet, yellow, red, pink, white. May have large flowers. Often have double flower heads.
Foliage: Blue-green. Ovate. Serrated.
Originally from Mexico, Dahlias are a family of flowering plants with wide variety.....there's a Dahlia for everyone! They grow in size from one to five feet. And, flower heads range from small pompoms, to several inches diameter.

Flowers include single bloom, double bloom and more. If color is what you are looking for, Dahlias are your answer. These attractive plants produce loads of brilliant blooms in rainbows of orange, salmon, bronze, apricot, yellow, crimson, scarlet and lavender. Sorry, there are no no blues.

Dahlia flowers can produce very, very big blooms. Some varieties are known as "Dinner Plate Dahlias". Can you guess why!?

Now for the best news.... Dahlias are easy to grow. So make sure to include some in your flower beds. After they bloom and adorn your yard, they will keep your vases. Blooms from late summer to fall.

Try Dahlias in pots or containers on your patio or deck.

Dahlias look good in the garden, and as cut flowers.

Sow Outdoors: Seed:
Cover seeds. Two weeks before last frost. Spacing: small species: 12 inches (30 cm); larger species 20 to 36 inches (50 to 90cm).

Sow Indoors:
Pots. Germination time: one to three weeks. Temperature 68°F (20°C), ten weeks in advance. Transplant outdoors in mid spring, well after any chance of frost.

Requirements: Full sunlight. Soil pH 6 to 7.5. Deep soil. Humus rich. Add bone meal. Low nitrogen. Provide support. Occasional feed with bone meal. Pinch tips. Deadhead. Bring tubers indoors for the winter in areas of frost. Propagate: dividing in autumn.
How to grow:
Dahlia can be grown from either seed or tubers. the seeds of Dahlia should be lightly covered once sown (before the last frost of spring). Ideally Dahlia should be planted into an area of the garden that is sunny; spacing depends on variety, small (30cm), medium (45cm) large (65cm). They like a soil that is of pH6 to 7.5, and is enhanced by the addition of bone meal and humus, and low in nitrogen.

Seedlings of Dahlia can first be grown indoors for later transplanting. They should be started about 10 weeks before they are due to be put outside in the middle of spring. It normally takes from one to three weeks to germinate in individual pots at about 18C.

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