Dahlia Hayley Jane

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Hayley Jane is a cactus dahlia of white with candy pink tips. Cactus dahlias have tightly curled florets that appear as spikes. It will flower from June until the first frosts, usually around October.

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3 - 8 £0.00
9 - 14 £0.00
15+ £0.00

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Specifications:

  • Colour: White
  • Height: 120cm

    Good For:

    • Beds/borders
    • Cut flowers

    How to grow:

    • Hardiness: Protect from frost
    • Soil Type: Moist but well drained
    • Position: Full sun
    • Bulbs per m2: 5
    • Planting depth: 15cm

    More Information

    With adequate care, Cactus Dahlia Hayley Jane will produce vibrant candy pink and white blooms throughout the summer months, providing beautiful color to any garden space. The Dahlia Hayley Jane is a tuberous perennial that can grow to heights of up to 70cm. A great choice for smaller garden spaces. It prefers warm climates and full sun exposure in order to bloom its brightest.

    Plant your Dahlia Hayley Jane in full sun, in a fertile and well-drained soil. Water well in dry spells, to enjoy these most subtle dahlias through the summer, all the way up to the first frosts.

    Planting Dahlia Tubers

    Plant dahlia tubers in pots from mid spring and place into a frost free warm and sunny environment such as a cold frame, green house or window ledge to get an early start. However, they can be planted straight into the ground from April once the frosts have passed. 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 so you can provide support if it is required. 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 may need to be lifted in November. In well-drained soils, leave the tubers in the ground and mulch over to protect against frosts. In colder climates, or heavier soils, lift and store your dahlia tubers over winter.

    If you are lifting and storing over winter, cut back foliage and carefully lift your dahlia tubers out of the soil. Allow them to dry off naturally and clean away any soil. Trim the stems and cut off any fine roots. Make sure the tubers are completely dry before storing them in open trays or boxes. Pack with dry sand or vermiculite. Leave the crowns exposed and keep them frost free.

    Replant your Dahlia tubers the following spring.

    If you left them in the ground, once the risk of frosts have passed and you start to see signs of growth again, the mulch can be removed.

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