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Dahlias are tuberous rooted, perennial plants that have their genesis in Mexico and Central America.
Dahlias have leafy stems, and the best part of growing dahlias is their fuss-free maintenance. The growth period of the flower is mid-summer (late June) to winter (early December). There are vast array of colors and forms and small flowered bedding dahlias as well as plate-sized blossoms on 6ft plants. Dahlias love moist, moderate climates and brighten up any sunny garden with a growing season.
To flower well, dahlias need full sun, preferably at least 8 hours of direct sunlight. They love the morning sunlight best.
There is no need to water the soil until the dahlia plants appear; in fact, overwatering can cause tubers to rot. After dahlias established, provide a deep watering 2-3 times a week.
Dahlias thrive in rich, well-drained soil.
Dahlias benefit from a low-nitrogen liquid fertilizer.