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    Canary Fubuki

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    🚚 Shipping Starts: Sold out for season 2024
    📦 Quantity per Package: 1 Big Tuber

    ☀️ Light Required: Full Sun / Partial Shade
    🌷 Height: 40"
    🌸 Blooming Period: Jul - Sep
    🌱 Bulb Size: I (Top Size)
    Planting Distance: 18"
    Planting Depth: 1"
    📍 Hardiness Zone: Zone 8-10
    🦌 Deer Resistant: No
    💐 Minimum Bulbs for Effect: 2-3
    Canary Fubuki

    About Canary Fubuki

    Discover the Dahlia Canary Fubuki! This beautiful, unique Dahlia is perfect for any garden. The Canary Fubuki produces stunning upright stems, with a profusion of soft, light yellow blooms. This delightful flower can reach heights of up to 3 feet! With its soft, light yellow petals and bold, dark center, the Canary Fubuki is sure to turn heads.

    • Soft, light yellow petals with a bold, dark center
    • Perfect for adding a pop of color to any garden
    • Hardy and long-lasting, perfect for experienced and novice gardeners alike
    • Bulb size 1-2"
    • Ships as dormant bulbs, ready for planting in spring
    • 100% satisfaction guarantee
    • Perfect for a border or patio and containers

    How to plant and take care of Canary Fubuki

    • Simply select a sunny location in your garden with well-drained soil. 
    • Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the tuber and plant it 4-5 inches deep. 
    • Water the area well and keep it consistently moist until the plant begins to sprout. 
    • Make sure to keep the soil consistently moist and fertilize regularly with a balanced fertilizer.
    • Deadhead spent blooms to encourage continued blooming and protect the plant from frost in colder climates.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    No, we do not recommend leaving Canary Fubuki dahlia tubers in the ground over winter. Dahlias are not hardy, so they can’t withstand frost. If you do leave them in the ground, the roots will freeze, get damaged or destroyed, and eventually rot away.

    This is what you should do before the first frost signs: cut the Canary Fubuki dahlia down to 6 inches, dig it up, and plant it in a small pot. Bring this pot with the dahlia tuber indoors and store it in a cool and dark place like a basement or a garage.

    Unless, you live in an area with a warm climate, like USDA zone 8 or higher, then it is possible to leave them year-round in the ground. The soil will provide enough protection for the tubers.

    It all starts with the planting preparation. Pick a spot in your garden or on your patio where the Canary Fubuki dahlia receives approximately 6 hours of sun. Dig a hole of 5-6 inches, drop the dahlia tuber in it and cover it up with soil and leave the top 2 inches exposed. Make sure to use well-drained soil, because if the tubers get ‘wet feet’ they will rot. If you plant them in a pot or container, make sure it has drainage holes in them.

    After planting, water it thoroughly and fertilize it. When Canary Fubuki starts to grow, water it once or twice a week and fertilize it every 2-4 weeks. Especially the watering and fertilizing part is important! If you have any further questions, please contact us.

    What’s in a name? Canary Fubuki is a Fubuki Dahlia. It is also known as the Fimbriata dahlia, which means ‘spiky’, because Fubuki dahlias have fimbriated (spiky), double petals. They tend to grow to a height of 40 inches with large blooms, so it is definitely recommended to stake these lovely Fubuki Dahlias.

    Despite the height and the large, heavy blooms, they always stand straight up because of their strong stems. That’s why they’re so attractive and showy because they will stand out in the garden. Fubuki dahlias are available in different colors. We from Dutch Flower Bulbs have them in our webshop in four different colors: yellow, white, pink and red.

    At the start of fall and when the weather is cooling down, Canary Fubuki dahlias stop blooming. Dahlias are not hardy, so you have to remove them before the first signs of frost. The beauty of nature is that when it is too chilly for Canary Fubuki, it dies down and the energy and nutrients goes back to its tuber.

    All you need to do is gently remove all the dead foliage and cut down the dead stalk till there is 6 inches left. This way it can store all its energy in the tuber. Then carefully dig and lift it up, cleanse it and transplant it to a pot or box with some dry compost. Store your Canary Fubuki dahlia tuber in a frost-free, dry and dark place such as the garage or the basement.

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