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Kelvin Floodlight Dahlia

Kelvin Floodlight Dahlia

Impressive blooms?... this is the one
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Kelvin Floodlight Dahlia

Impressive blooms?... this is the one

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  • Zone 4-9
  • Height 36 inches
  • Flowering Date July - October
  • Sun Exposure Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As NO. 1 TUBER

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    Product Description

    What are you looking for in a dahlia? Huge blooms to bring indoors in soft colors that complement arrangements? Easy care, with minimal fuss in the border or container? Well, this waterlily-type dahlia is for you. What sets Kelvin Floodlight apart is the impressive plant, producing sturdy stems that rarely need staking. Lifting in fall may also be optional in temperate climates like our Zone 6b. We mulch heavily and let them be and are rarely disappointed. Planted in masses, this dahlia will produce 20-30 blooms in a few seasons and will fill gaps that develop in the perennial border. They also make excellent potted plants (1 tuber in a 12" pot). They prefer full sun, though partial shade will work in the South, and they like rich soil and even moisture. With few pests or diseases to trouble them, these dahlias will keep blooming when other annuals and perennials peter out. They're long lived in arrangements too, lasting 7-10 days without fail. Easy-to-grow dahlias are not bothered by deer, rabbits or other garden pests, though bees and butterflies love them. Dahlia decorative ?Kelvin Floodlight'

    Product Details

    • Botanical Name:

      Dahlia decorative 'Kelvin Floodlight'
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade
    • Height/Habit: 36 inches
    • Spread: 24 - 30 inches
    • Spacing: 24 - 30 inches
    • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
    • Flowering Date: July - October
    • Planting Instructions: Plant tubers with sprouts 1 - 2" below the soil surface. Full sun for best flowering.
    • Winter Care: Dahlias are not hardy. They must be dug up in fall and stored in a frost free location in areas that go below 35 degrees F in winter.
    • Shipped: NO. 1 TUBER
    • Growth Rate: Moderate to fast.
    • Shipping Season: Spring
    • Flower Color: Yellow
    • Flower Form: Fully double blooms approximately 8 - 10" across.
    • Lift Zone: 4- 6
    • Foliage Type: Mid green, pinnate leaves with ovate leaflets.
    • Pruning: Remove spent flower heads to encourage more blooms and create a more bushy plant.
    • Soil Requirement: Sandy well drained soil. Will tolerate a wide range of soils except heavy clay.
    • Additional Information: Snip off side buds to get the largest central blooms. Provide a low nitrogen fertilizer. Avoid compost and high nitrogen water soluble fertilizers, they weaken stems and stunt bloom development.
    • Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR

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