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Dahlia Purple Gem – Tuber

thick, Rich, Bright Purple-red Shaped Dahliasperfect As Cut Flowersplant Alongside Rich, Dark Flowers For A Flawless Display.long Flowering Period From July To October what A Stunner! Dahlia Purple Gem Is An Outstanding,  rich Purple Cactus-shaped Dahlia That Will Give Your Garden Stunning Flowers From Mid-summer All The Way Through To Autumn.the Striking Flower Heads Are Unique In Structure And Will Bring A New Dimension To Your Garden By Creating An Explosion Effect With Spiky Petals Of The Most Incredible Colour. Bring Your Garden Further To Life By Mixing Dahlia Purple Gem With Rich Plum Colours Or Near Black Colours To Create An Amazing Contrast. We Love Dahlias As They Are Easy To Grow And Maintain And Purple Gem Won’t Fail To Disappoint. Dahlia Purple Gem Is Hardy To Uk Weather And Grows Well In Pots, Containers Or Borders. Purple Gem Can Be Planted Outside After The Frost Has Been Or If You Wish To Start Early Then You Can Start Plant Purple Gem In Pots Or Containers Indoors.dahlias Work Really Well As A Cut Flower And Look Fantastic When You Cut Them Straight From The Stem And Bring Indoors To Create A Striking Display In The Home. It Is Also Deciduous, So It Will Shed Its Leaves Annually, And Are Low Maintenance With Little Effort Being Rewarded With Lots And Lots Of Flowers!. Plant Dahlia Purple Gem Horizontally Roughly Around 12cm Deep Into The Ground. It Is Important To Allow Enough Room Between Each Tuber To Prevent Overcrowding. Give Purple Gem A High Nitrogen Liquid Feed In Its Essential Growth Stage For A Real Boost In Growth, Then Switch To A Feed Rich In Potash Once The Fertilisation Process Has Taken Place.

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Dahlia Twynings White Chocolate – Tubers

charming White Decorative Dahliaperfect For Potseasy To Growthe Dahlia Twynings White Chocolate Is A Single Flower ‘collerette’ Variety Of Dahlia. A Beautiful Clean White Dahlia That Will Fit Nicely Into Any Garden Design. This Variety Of Dahlia Is Brilliant For Bees And Other Pollinators, Attracting Wildlife Into Your Garden.dahlias Are A Versatile Flower, Meaning They Can Be Planted In A Variety Of Different Places. They Will Be Happy Nestled In Amongst Flowers In Your Borders Or Taking Pride Of Place In Pots On The Patio. Suited To City, Cottage Or Country Gardens, The Dahlia Twynings White Chocolate Would Be A Delightful Addition To The Garden.plant Your Dahlia In Well-drained Soil In A Sunny Location And This Bushy, Clump-forming Variety Will Produce Copious Amounts Of Blooms Throughout The Summer. We Recommend You Dead Head Any Withered Blooms To Encourage New Flowers.

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Dahlia Star’s Favourite – Tuber

bold Cactus Type Dahliagreat For Cut Flowersuse In Containers a Beautiful Cactus Dahlia Starting With Soft Ivory In The Centre Of The Bloom And Blending To Pink At The Tips Of The Petals.plant Dahlia Star’s Favourite In The Spring And You Will Have Stunning Blooms From July Until The First Frost. Although We Say The Main Flowering Period Is July To September, Blooms Can Last Up To December In Mild Winters So You Potentially Have Six Months Of Dahlia Flower.place The Bulb-like Tubers Of Dahlia Star’s Favourite In A Free-draining Or Loamy Soil And Keep It Moist. Choose A Bright Part Of The Garden And Watch The Blooms Thrive In The Summer Sun.suited For Wall-side Borders, Summer Beds With Flowers In Hot Colours And On Allotments. Consider Cutting Flowers To Put In Vases For The Home.

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Dahlia Fleurel – Tuber

like Bright Beaconsgreat For Summer Bordersuse In Bouquets dahlia Fleurel Has Gently Twisting Petals In A Brilliant Creamy Ivory, Giving Them A Frilly Effect Around The Edges. This Particular Dahlia Is An Elegant Summer Bulb To Add To Any Garden Display.once Dahlia Fleurel Is In Full Bloom It Is Perfect For Cutting So That You Can Create A Beautiful Bouquet For Indoors. We Recommend You Partner This White Decorative Type With Strong Pinks And Purples Of Echinaceas And Clematis.plant Fleurel In Containers Or For Your Borders, As They Have Stunning Large Flower Heads That Stand Out Like Bright-white Beacons. Grow By Captivating Crambe Cordifolia –  A Tall Perennial That Reveals Plumes Of Snow-flake Like Flowers.give Dahlia Fleurel Moist, Well-drained Soil And Full Sun So You Can Enjoy These Stunning Blooms From Summer Until Early Autumn, And Even Late Autumn In Years When The Weather Is Mild.

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Dahlia Boy Scout – Tuber

charming Low-growing Varietygreat For Containersuse In Wildlife Gardens a Traditional, Vintage Favourite That Is New To Unwins. The Dahlia Boy Scout Is A Miniature Ball Variety That Has A Beautiful Double Bloom Of Mauvey Purple. Makes A Big Impact In Late-summer Borders When Partnered With White Gladioli Of Similar Height. as Dahlia Boy Scout Is Low-growing, Plant In Your Borders Or Beds Amongst Your Other Summer Bulbs For A Splash Of Colour That Last For Weeks. You Can Make Displays Last Much Longer When You Give Dahlias The Right Conditions. Give Dahlia Boy Scout Moist, Well-drained Soil And Full Sun So You Can Enjoy These Stunning Blooms. this Summer-bulb Is A Big Magnet To Bees And Butterflies To Your Garden As Well. Do Your Bit To Increase Bio-diversity To Your Garden With Dahlia Boy Scout Plus Bring Life Into Your Garden With Buzzing Honeybirds, Ladybirds And Many More Species.

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Dahlia Caproz Josephine – Tuber

semi-cactus Purple And White Bloomscan Be Planted In Pots And Containersmake Stunning Cut Flowersthe Dahlia Josephine Caproz Is A Stunning Semi-cactus Variety That Will Make An Impact In Any Summer Garden Display With Its Frilly Petals. When It Blooms You Will Be Rewarded With Petals That Start White-cream At The Centre, Changing To A Vibrant, Violet Purple At The Tips.this Showy Dahlia Is Great For Cut Flowers And Will Make An Interesting Addition To Any Bouquet Whether You Choose To Display In The Home Or Show It. Caproz Josephine Is Not Fussy When It Comes To Planting, So Add To Your Borders To Give A Little Height Or Plant In A Container To Create Eye-catching Patio Displays.when Planting Make Sure It Is In Well-drained But Moist Soil And Place Where It Will Receive Full Or Partial Sunshine. They Are Easy To Grow And Require Little Maintenance. If You Cut The Flowers Once Fully Bloomed, More Will Take Their Place, Meaning You Will Many Flowers Throughout The Summer.

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Dahlia Wine-eyed Jill – Tuber

ball Form, Light Pink Bloomseasy To Growperfect For Cut Flowersdahlias Bring Life And Beauty Back Into The Landscape And The Dahlia Wine-eyed Jill Is No Exception. With A Detailed Arrangement Of Tightly Cupped Petals That Are A Deep Magenta In The Centre That Fades Out To A Pretty Light Pink On The Petals. These Flamboyant Flowers Will Make A Fantastic Addition To Your Summer Garden.the Diversity Of The Dahlia Means That They Can Be Planted Almost Anywhere So Space Is Not Any Issue. The Dahlia Wine-eyed Jill Will Make Stunning Patio Displays In Pots And Containers And Will Also Add A Pretty Accent To Your Borders As Well. These Abundant Blooms Make Marvellous Cut Flowers Lasting Around A Week.when Planting, Make Sure They Are In Well-drained And Moist Soil, Position In Full Or Partial Sun. When The Blooms Whither, Remove Them For Continuous Flowering All Through The Summer.

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Dahlia Cut Flower Collection – Tuber

Superb Decorative Dahlias In Showy, Sumptuous Shades. You Get Expertly-selected Dahlias That Are Perfect For Growing In Your Flowerbed And Cutting To Adorn Your Vases Indoors.your Receive 2 Dahlia Bulb-like Tubers Each Of Varieties;dahlia Nicholasa New Dahlia, Apricot Petal Tips To A Warm Red Wine Centre. Sumptuous.dahlia American Dawna Superb Decorative Dahlia With Warm Peach-melba Shades. Flowers Unfurl From Purple-pinkish Buds And Mature To A Pleasant Warm Apricot.dahlia Pink Silka Delicious Pom-pom Of Pink. These Blooms Are Bold And Beautiful.stunning In Flowerbeds And Pots, And Even More So In Vases, These Dahlias Are A Real Pleaser, Blooming To Give Warm, Peach-melba Colours, Giving You A Real Feel For The Summer.we Give You 2 Tubers Each Of 3 Varieties (6 In Total) Which You Can Plant In 2 12in (30cm) Diameter Pots, 3 Of Each Variety In 1 Pot. Get Your Hands On Several Packs To Grow In More Pots For A More Impactful Display.if You Want To Grow These Dahlias In Flower Beds Space The Bulbs Around 1ft (30cm) Apart. For Each Square Yard (square Metre) Of Your Flower Bed Plant 7 Tubers So The Stems Have Space To Develop Into Handsome Flowers As They Grow, At Planting  bury The Tubers About 2in (5cm) Deep.grow In Pots With Compost Suitable For Bulbs And Tubers To Ensure The Plants Have The Best Soil To Grow And Thrive In. If You Grow Them In Flower Beds Mix Some Compost In With The Existing Soil To Give Your Flowers The Best Soil To Grow In.once Your Dahlias Are In Flower, Get Outdoors With Scissors Or Snips To Cut The Flowers Ready To Decorate Vases Indoors.how Your Bulbs Arriveyour 6 Bulbs Arrive To You As 2 Knobbly Tubers (these Look Like Root Ginger You’d Buy For The Supermarket) Of Each Of The 3 Varieties Which, Once Planted In Spring, Produce Leafy And Flowering Stems.the Bulbs Arrive In A Plastic Bag With Ventilation Holes So That The Bulbs Get Plenty Of Air. This Ensures The Bulbs Are Kept Healthy And Prevents The Bu

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Dahlia Hart’s Dr Mcmurray – Tuber

giant, Gorgeous Orange Bloomsaward Winning Variety Of Dahliastunning As A Cut Flowerdahlia Hart’s Dr Murray Is A New Dinner Plate Variety That Has Been Brought In By Our Flower Buyer Nikki. She Advises They Are A Great Way To Add Some Height To Your Garden Flower Displays And Are Architecturally Aesthetic. This Particular Award Winning Variety Is A Beautiful Glowing Bronzy Orange, Whose Tips Become Lighter Towards The Edges.with Its Bright Flower Heads, The Hart’s Dr Mcmurray Makes A Wonderful Cut Flowers But Make Sure You Only Cut It Once It Has Fully Bloomed. They Can Be Planted In Both Pots And Containers To Create Stunning Patio Displays Or In The Ground To Add A Vertical Bursts Of Colour, Whatever Suits Your Garden Best.when Planting Your Dahlia Make Sure They Are In Light And Well-drained Soil. They Also Like The Sunshine So Full Or Partial Sun Will Give You The Best Results. They Are Easy To Grow And Require Little Maintenance So You Will Not Be Disappointed With These Delightful Dinner Plate Dahlias.

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Dahlia Kelvin Floodlight – Tuber

large, Primrose Yellow Bloomsgreat As A Cut Flowereasy To Growthis New Dinner Plate Variety Of Dahlia, Kelvin Floodlight Will Take Centre Stage In Any Garden This Summer. With Fully Double, Primrose Yellow Flower Heads, No Other Bloom Can Beat It. Named After The British Scientist Lord Kelvin, This Vigorous And Decorative Dahlia Will Flower All Summer As The More You Cut The More Will Grow.when Deciding Where To Plant Your Dahlia Kelvin Floodlight, Space Is Not A Problem. They Will Thrive Mixed In Borders To Give A Vertical Accent To Your Display Or Alternatively Create Beautiful Design In Pots Or Containers. Each Bulb Can Produce Up To 15 Extra-large Flowers, Meaning You Will Have Plenty Left If You Decide To Cut Some For An Indoor Bouquet, Just Remember To Let Them Fully Bloom First.it Can Reach A Mature Height Of 1m And Its Green Serrated Oval-shaped Leaves Can Give It A Spread Of 50cm (20in). It Is Easy To Grow And Maintain, Just Plant 10cm (4in) Deep In Light, Well-drained Soil And Make Sure It Is In Full Or Partial Sunlight In Order To Make A Statement In Any Garden.