LIMITED! LARGE GARDEN MIX! 10 Dahlia Tubers! (Spring Delivery)
Spring Delivery! We begin shipping in mid-March, which is the perfect time for planting for most zones. Dahlias can be planted up to mid-June in most regions and will continue to bloom until the first frost!
We are in our first year of selling some dahlia varieties. We ordered some for our fields, but don't have photos of everything yet. We have plenty more than we can ever plant here on the farm, so we thought we'd share these dahlias at a special price! Grab bags are excluded from sale prices, as they are already discounted.
This grab bag was designed for folks want a nice mix of everything. You can easily look these images up on Google, they are all stunning, premium quality tubers. Some will be different sizes than others, depending on the variety. Each tuber will be packaged with identification marker.
This grab bag contains one tuber of each of the following varieties:
-Breakout (Dinner Plate, Pictured)
-Café au Lait (Dinner Plate, Pictured)
-Café au Lait Rosé (Dinner Plate)
- Café au Lait Royal (Dinner Plate, Pictured)
-Smokey (Large, Decorative Dahlia, 4-6" blooms. Pictured)
-Mystery Day (Dinner Plate)
-Santander (Semi Dinner Plate, 4-8" blooms)
-Hy Trio (Semi Cactus, 6" blooms
-Catching Fire (Decorative, 3-5" blooms)
-Zoey Ray (Dinner Plate)
How to Plant
Space about 2-3' apart.
As the stem emerges cover with soil again. This second covering encourages a strong stem, which will help support the heavy dahlia blooms.
Where to Plant
The more sun your dahlias receive, the bigger the flowers will be. Dahlias need about six hours of direct sun a day to thrive.
A well-drained location is absolutely critical for healthy dahlias. Make sure your dahlia roots never sit in soggy soil.
If possible, select a location that offers some protection from wind and heavy rains.
When to Plant
Additional Care Instructions
Dahlias will continue to bloom until the first frost. A hard frost will kill the plant, so it is advisable to harvest tubers before that happens. Store harvested tubers in a cool, dry location overwinter and plant in the spring.