Dahlia Stolze Von Berlin
The small lilac-pink, ball-shaped blooms of this sweetheart sit atop long stems. Plants are on the short side, but if pinched early will produce an ab…More Information
The small lilac-pink, ball-shaped blooms of this sweetheart sit atop long stems. Plants are on the short side, but if pinched early will produce an abundance of stems great for cutting all summer long.
Flower Type: Mini Pom
Site: Full Sun
Days to Maturity: 80-100 days
Plant Spacing: 12-18”
Pinch: When plants are 12” tall
Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm and lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water and allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.
It's not hard to see why dahlias are one of the most widely grown and well loved cut flowers. Their brilliant blooms come in a dazzling rainbow of colors, they flower from mid summer until the first fall frost and produce both blooms and tubers so abundantly that they always end up getting shared. Be warned though, once you've been bit by the dahlias bug, there's no going back.Read More
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