How to grow Dahlias
A simple answer to that question is this:
-plant after the danger of frost is over, usually after Mothers day. If you live in the south you can possibly plant sooner.
-plant about 3-4 inches deep with the eye or sprout facing upward
-support the plants with stakes or poles
-water after the dahlia has started to grow and clearly has greenery, do not water tubers, they may rot.
-dead head and cut blooms to encourage more flowers
We’re Garden People
We are a group of Dahlia enthusiasts who have been growing for a number of years located in a small quiet town in the Great Smokey Mountains. We are not professionals, we are not farmers, but we LOVE dahlias. We decided to spread the love to help further our passion.
We will send you tubers that are healthy. If there is issue with the tubers that are not rodent or weather related please contact us as soon as possible and we will try to replace it or refund your money.