Dahlia Tubers – Spring 2019

Surplus of budding Dahlias ready for planting in Spring 2019!

I must have flowers, always, and always.
– Monet

JUST MARRIED – 9 tubers

Blooms – 6 to 8 inches
Form – B Laciniated
Color – Blend pink/yellow
Introduced 1996
Pink laciniated petals with a spot of yellow in the center. Shorter plant that doesn’t need staking most of the time. Flowers are almost feathery looking.
Details:
Height: 5’
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 80-100 days
Plant spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: when plants are 12” tall
JITTERBUG – 11 tubers

A real cutie! Produces 2 1/2″ flowers of salmon with yellow highlights in the center. Blooms early and profusely all summer and into fall! Very full and compact bush of 3′ that does well in the garden. Early bloomer.
Details:
Height: 5’
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 80-100 days
Plant spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: when plants are 12” tall
OTTO’S THRILL – 5 tubers
This giant rosy-pink treasure is a huge hit with everyone, especially wedding florists. With long, strong stems and huge 8-12 inch shimmering pink blossoms, ‘Otto’s Thrill’ deserves a spot in every cutting garden.
Details:
Flower type: dinnerplate
Height: 5’
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 80-100 days
Plant spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: when plants are 12” tall
CAPROZ PIZZAZZ – 6 tubers
With gorgeous, fluted fuchsia petals that deepen to dark magenta at their tips, ‘Caproz Pizzazz’ Dahlia will bloom from midsummer to first frost. Growing 3-4 ft tall, this bold colormaker prefers full sun and produces an impressive amount of lush, leafy foliage.  Details:
Height: 5’
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 80-100 days
Plant spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: when plants are 12” tall
DINNER PLATE – 10 tubers
Various assortment of Dahlias grown previous years but not labeled!
Details:
Height: 5’
Site: full sun
Days to maturity: 80-100 days
Plant spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: when plants are 12” tall
THOMAS EDISON – 5 tubers
This Dahlia produces large, dinner plate, vibrant-purple blooms up to 8” across. With fully double flowers in a unique, electric shade, this dahlia makes a bold statement when planted in groups of 5 or more. Excellent as a cut flower and used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements.

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