Dahlias are a bushy, tuberous herbaceous perennial native to Mexico. They are grown for their stunning, brightly-coloured showy flowers. The flower size can range from 1-2 inches across to up to 10 inches across, that’s almost the size of a dinner plate! Because of their ease to grow they are very popular garden plants and bring a splash of colour from summer well into autumn

  • DAHLIA REBECCA’S WORLD

    Dahlia ‘Rebecca’s World’ – 1 per pack

    With ‘Rebecca’s World’ you receive a multitude of colour from just one plant! A deep crimson bloom, that fades into white- and white blooms that mature into the deepest red. This striking plant will bring individuality and character to any garden or patio as it has blooms of up to 6inches!

    Plant your Dahlia tubers in spring, in pots, planters or as part of a summer border. It is best to plant after the risk of frost. The best time to plant is between late April and mid-May.

    Use a position with full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. A favourite for summer borders, your ‘Rebecca’s World’ will flower from July all the way through until November. And the more you deadhead, the more flowers it will produce.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA PURPLE HAZE

    Dahlia ‘Purple Haze’ – 1 per pack

    These ample-sized anemone flowered ‘Purple Haze’ dahlias, are a bushy and clump-forming tuberous perennial with dark green pinnate leaves. The large double flower heads are held upright on red flushed stems. As the flowers age they turn from deep plum colour to a vibrant magenta pink, which stand out wonderfully against its foliage. This makes them perfect as a cut flower.

    If planting your Dahlia outside, be sure it is after frost. Alternatively you can start growing in pots or under glass in late winter to establish them before planting outdoors.

    Plant in a position that receives full sun, in fertile and humus-rich soil and you should expect your flowers from July until September.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA PRETTY WOMAN

    Dahlia ‘Pretty Women’ – 1 per pack

    The rich lilac ‘Pretty Woman’ dwarf dahlia variety features blooms that emerge from dark bronze foliage. Perfect for planting in pots or containers and having on your sunny patio. They make astonishing cut flowers or as a way for attracting bees and other pollinating insects into your garden.

    As they are compact and low growing they add a striking element as a bedding or container plant. Flowering from June until October, t hey make a wonderful impact when planted on mass, or in small groups along with other dwarf dahlias.

    Choose a position in full sun with well-drained and rich soil. Remember to water regularly, and deadhead when necessary as this will encourage new growth.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA POOH

    Dahlia ‘Pooh’ – 1 per pack

    These vibrant flower heads bloom from summer through to autumn. Their vivid orange and honey yellow colouring impacting against its bright green foliage. With a single row of orange-red and yellow outer petals, and an inner ring of honey yellow florets, they have a delicate yet striking display.

    Plant in May to early June in full sunlight and prefer fertile, well-drained soil. Ideal for a planting in either a pot or as a border plant, they also make charming cut-flowers. Plant up to 15cm deep. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded.

    Growing to a height of up to 1metre, with a width of 0.5metres, this beautiful plant would be an asset to any garden, and they also attract butterflies and bees.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA POMPON & BALL MIXED

    Dahlia ‘Pompon & Ball Mixed’ – 5 per pack

    The Dahlia ‘Pompon & Ball Mix’ features a magnificent combination of classic pompon, and ball Dahlias in a range of strikingly vibrant colours. Truly a show stopping blend. With vivid flowers -in a mix of reds, deep and bright pinks, oranges and yellows, set against rich green foliage. These are undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more vivid and unique display all summer long – as each variety is packed with individuality! They will also make wonderful cut-flowers, so you can enjoy them in your home too!

    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height up to 90cm.

    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.

    Cultivation suggestions:

    • Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    • Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    • For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    • Deadhead the flowers as they fade.

    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly.

    £5.99
  • DAHLIA PINK SILK

    Dahlia ‘Pink Silk’ – 1 per pack
    Dahlia ‘Pink Silk’ classic satin and soft pink in colour with perfectly-formed, Pompon flowers. Set against their rich green foliage, these beautiful flowers will never fail to disappoint! Perfect for any garden or patio, their simple yet striking appearance would also make ideal cut flowers for your home!
    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 90cm.
    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA PARKLAND GLORY

    Dahlia ‘Parkland Glory’ – 1 per pack

    Dahlia ‘Parkland Glory’ is truly a show stopper. With vivid red and orange flowers and light orange tips, set against deep green foliage- and a bloom of up to 10inches! – These are undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a magical display. They will also make the perfect decoration to your home, as a cut-flower!
    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 100cm.
    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA PAINTED LADY

    Dahlia ‘Painted Lady’ – 2 per pack
    Dahlia ‘Painted Lady’ is unique and eye catching, with delicate pink flowers flecked with dashes of crimson streaked through, set against deep green foliage. You will undoubtedly marvel at their mass of impeccable petal arrangement. Perfect for a flower bed show-stopper, or on your patio, these beautiful flowers would also make perfect decoration for your home as cut-flowers.
    Plant bulbs in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 90cm.
    Dahlia bulbs should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly.

    £4.99
  • DAHLIA NICHOLAS

    Dahlia ‘Nicholas’ – 1 per pack

    Dahlia ‘Nicholas’ features magnificent flowers- salmon orange with a golden, honey-yellow centre- set against the rich green of their foliage. The satin petals arrangement is something to marvel over! Perfect as a flower bed show-stopper, or on your patio, these beautiful flowers would make perfect decoration for your home.
    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 90cm.
    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly

     

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA NATALIE G

    Dahlia ‘Natalie G’ – 1 per pack

    The Dahlia ‘Natalie G’, an eye-catching beauty, with perfectly-formed soft pink flowers and lemon yellow centres. Their classic Pompon flower heads stand strikingly against dark green foliage, giving them a great commanding presence- perfect for any garden, or patio! And they would make wonderful cut flowers for your home!
    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 110cm.
    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA WHITE ASTER

    Dahlia ‘White Aster’ – 1 per pck

    The Dahlia ‘White Aster’ features classic white, perfectly-formed, pompon flowers. Set against their rich green foliage, these beautiful flowers will never fail to disappoint! Perfect for any garden or patio, their simple yet striking appearance would also make ideal cut flowers for your home!
    Plant tubers in their flowering position, with approx. 10-15cm depth in fertile, well-drained soil. Allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded. Flowering height 75cm.
    Dahlia tubers should be planted in May to early June, to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow the dahlias in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer. During the winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost. Or, lift and store the tubers and replant when the weather is warmer- the following spring.
    Cultivation suggestions:
    – Insert canes when planting, and tie as growth develops.
    – Take off the growing tips once the plants reach approx. 40cm to encourage branching.
    – For bigger blooms restrict the number of flowering stems, remove the two pairs of flower buds developing in the leaf axils below the terminal bud.
    – Deadhead the flowers as they fade.
    Dahlias that are planted as bedding need no staking or de-budding. Take off the growing tips to encourage foliage growth and deadhead regularly.

    £2.49
  • DAHLIA TWYNING’S SMARTIE

    A delightful and unusual flower, mixed with deep claret petals that are randomly dispersed with streaks of white. These simple, star-like flowers  are made up of eight curled petals and a golden centre which make them particularly eye-catching.

    Growing to a height of up to 75cm the ‘Twyning’s Smartie’ look perfect in pots on the patio as they bloom from July until September. Planting your tubers in pots makes it easier for them to be lifted and over-wintered in a warm and frost free location.

    They make wonderful cut flowers, as well as being an attraction for pollinating insects.
    Plant from May to early June in full sunlight and fertile, well-drained soil, with approx 12cm depth and allow room for the plant to grow and spread to their full size without being overcrowded.

    £2.49