About- Cheerful, dwarf plants produce a profusion of semi-double blooms with a wide assortment of bold colors. Blooming profusely throughout the summer and into the fall, this is a great option for borders or in mass plantings. Dig up the tubers in the fall and save them to plant again in the spring!
When and Where to Plant- Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before your last frost, or direct sow once the soil has warmed. Select a sunny area with rich, well-draining soils.
Care and Harvest- Keep well watered and fertilized. To save tubers, dig them up in the fall once plant has died back and allow them to dry before storing them for winter.
Botanical Name- Dahlia hybrida
Planting Depth- 1/4"
Days to Germination- 7-10
Plant Spacing- 14"
Approximate Seeds per Pkt.- 100