How to Grow Dahlias

Dahlias are a herbaceous perennial, meaning they will die off completely in the winter storing energy for next spring in their tubers.

How to Grow Dahlias

Caring for and maintaining Dahlia tubers

In well drained soil and in areas with mild (>CZ8) to no frosts, dahlia tubers can be left in the ground for many years and only lifted and split every 3-5 years to renew vigour. However, in moist clay soils and or in climates that get heavy frosts (<CZ8), tubers should be lifted and stored during winter months.


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