DAHLIA SIBERIA

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DAHLIA SIBERIA

£2.49

Dahlia ‘Siberia’ – 1 per pack

The Dahlia ‘Siberia’ features wonderfully classic white plumage, juxtaposed with a slight tinge of soft yellow from the centre. Growing to a height of up to 100cm they would be a great pick for any border, or as a cut flower for your home, as they have wonderful vase life! And the more you cut Dahlia flowers, the more you get!

To get the most out of these wonderful flowers, you should plant them in full sun to light shade and provide consistent moisture during their growing season- make sure the soil does not dry out!

When planting, choose a sheltered location to protect your Dahlias from strong winds, in well-drained and fertile soil.

Dahlias should be planted late spring to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow them in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer which will give them a head start. During the cold winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost.

Cultivation suggestions:

  • Insert canes when planting- tie as plant 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 old bud.
  • Deadhead the flowers as they fade.

 

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Dahlia ‘Siberia’ – 1 per pack

The Dahlia ‘Siberia’ features wonderfully classic white plumage, juxtaposed with a slight tinge of soft yellow from the centre. Growing to a height of up to 100cm they would be a great pick for any border, or as a cut flower for your home, as they have wonderful vase life! And the more you cut Dahlia flowers, the more you get!

To get the most out of these wonderful flowers, you should plant them in full sun to light shade and provide consistent moisture during their growing season- make sure the soil does not dry out!

When planting, choose a sheltered location to protect your Dahlias from strong winds, in well-drained and fertile soil.

Dahlias should be planted late spring to avoid frost. Alternately start to grow them in early spring indoors and move outside when the weather is warmer which will give them a head start. During the cold winter months cut the plants to the ground. Then cover with a 7.5-15cm (deep) layer of bark chips or garden compost.

Cultivation suggestions:

  • Insert canes when planting- tie as plant 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 old bud.
  • Deadhead the flowers as they fade.