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    Peony Dahlias

    Explore the Peony Dahlia collection - Spring Flowering bulbs

    Our selection of Peony Dahlias includes a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, ensuring that you'll find the perfect fit for your outdoor space. These tubers are easy to plant and care for, making them an ideal choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Our tubers are sourced from reputable growers and are carefully selected to ensure that they are healthy and disease-free.

    Whether you're looking to add a splash of color to your garden or create a stunning floral arrangement, our Peony Dahlias collection has everything you need.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Peony Dahlias are easy to plant and care for, making them an ideal choice for novice and experienced gardeners alike. To plant Peony Dahlia tubers, you should first choose a location with well-draining soil and full sun exposure.

    Once you've found the perfect spot, dig a hole about 6 inches deep and 6 inches wide. Place the tuber in the hole with the "eyes" or growth points facing up, and cover with soil. Water the area well, and wait for the bulbs to emerge in the spring. For best results, plant in the spring after the threat of frost has passed.

    Peony Dahlias are a late spring or early summer bloomer, depending on your location and climate. They will typically start to bloom around late May to early June and will continue to bloom throughout the summer. If you want to extend the blooming period, you can plant different varieties with different bloom times.

    Peony Dahlias are a low-maintenance plant, but they still require some basic care to ensure that they bloom beautifully. You should water them regularly, especially during periods of drought or high heat. Fertilize them every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer, and deadhead spent blooms to encourage more flowers to grow. If you live in a colder climate, you may need to dig up and store your bulbs during the winter.

    To store Peony Dahlia tubers, you should first dig them up in the fall after the foliage has died back. Once you've removed the bulbs from the ground, remove any excess soil and let them dry in a warm, dry location for a few days. Then, store them in a cool, dry place for the winter, such as a basement or garage. Make sure to check on the bulbs periodically throughout the winter to ensure that they are still healthy and dry.

    Peony Dahlias are easy to propagate by dividing the tubers in the spring. When dividing the tubers, make sure that each piece has at least one "eye" or growth point, as this is where new growth will emerge. Using a sharp knife, carefully cut the tuber into sections, ensuring that each section has a portion of the stem attached.

    e sure to disinfect the knife between cuts to prevent the spread of disease. Plant the divided tubers as you would with new ones, ensuring that they are spaced at least 12 inches apart and planted at a depth of 2-3 inches. With proper care, your divided tubers should grow into healthy plants that will bloom beautifully in the spring.

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