Dahlia Bluetiful

Dahlia Bluetiful – This is as blue as it is possible to get with dahlias, a striking shade of lilac-purple. This unusual variety produces large flowers measuring up to 12cm across, each featuring large, wavy petals.

Plant your Dahlia Bluetiful in full sun, in a fertile and well-drained soil. Water well in dry spells, to enjoy a striking display of lilac-purple throughout the summer, all the way up to the first frosts.

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9 - 14 £3.67
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Dahlia Bluetiful – This is as blue as it is possible to get with dahlias, a striking shade of lilac-purple. This unusual variety produces large flowers measuring up to 12cm across, each featuring large, wavy petals.

Plant your Dahlia Bluetiful in full sun, in a fertile and well-drained soil. Water well in dry spells, to enjoy a striking display of lilac-purple throughout the summer, all the way up to the first frosts.

Planting Dahlia Tubers

You can start your dahlia tubers off under cover in mid spring, or plant them outside when all risk of frost has passed, usually in April. When planting, make sure dahlia tubers have adequate drainage, plant with the eyes (buds) facing upwards. Place in soil rich in organic matter such as compost or aged manure at a depth of around six inches. Water lightly and consistently so the soil remains moist but not soggy. Place stakes around the dahlia soon after planting and tie it up when necessary. The young leaves are vulnerable to slugs but as the plant matures, they tend to leave them alone.

Keep your Dahlias blooming from June right through until the first Winter frosts by watering regularly, and fertilising your dahlia every couple of weeks to encourage growth. Use a general purpose liquid fertiliser with balanced nutrients and dilute according to directions. Always water before applying fertiliser to avoid root burn.

Finally, remember to deadhead any spent blooms as they appear. This will help encourage more flowers as well as promote a bushier growth habit – making for a fuller looking plant!

Storing Dahlia Tubers

Dahlias are not frost hardy and will need to be lifted again in November. At the end of the growing season, you can dig your Dahlia tubers up gently and store them for replanting the following Spring. Cut off all but about 15cm of top growth before doing so, and allow them to dry before storing them in a ventilated box or basket filled with slightly moist sand or vermiculite, and in a cool, dry place.

Keep the tubers moist throughout the Winter and cut away any sign of rot, replant as soon as the last frosts have come and gone.

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