Dahlia Big Brother

Pale yellow changing to apricot orange. Dahlia Big Brother will live up to its name huge vibrant ruffled dinner plate dahlias will surely make a statement in the garden. Blooming all summer long providing a endless supply of cut flowers. Flower size 20-25cm
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  • Dahlia tubers produce masses of glorious cut flowers all summer long. From the huge dinner plate dahlias to the exquisite pompon-ball types. The delicate open flowers of the single dahlias types are perfect for pollinators.
    Colour Apricot, Orange, Yellow
    Month of Blooming July, November
    Planting Time Spring
    Height 90 cm
    Special Features Good for Cut Flowers
    Garden Position Sun, Partial shade
    Type of Soil Fertile, Humus Rich, Well Drained
    Hardiness Half-Hardy, Tender
    Delivery From mid February
  • Plant Dahlias in humus rich, fertile, well drained soil in full sun.Pinch out the side shoots when the dahlias are around 20 cm to encourage bushy growth and more flowers during summer. Dahlias like a high nitrogen fertiliser weekly in the early part of summer but, as the flowers appear, they prefer high potash fertiliser or organic liquid seaweed. This change will help maintain good flower production. Remove the flowers as they fade to prolong the flowering period. Make sure you pinch them out from the growing point to encourage a more bushy plant. Allow the frost to turn the foliage black, then cut back to around 15 cm. Lift the tubers, remove excess soil, and place upside down on a suitable surface in frost free conditions and allow to dry naturally. You can dust with a fungicide when dry then place the dry tubers in boxes of either dry sand or peat to over winter. Check them occasionally for fungal infection and cut out any damaged tissue then treat with fungicide. Plant to a depth of around 15-20 cm and provide deep winter mulch.

Dahlia Big Brother