Dahlia American SUN (tubers) PERENNIAL FLOWERS
Great Cut Flowers,Blooms Summer to fall
American Sun is a beautiful, happy yellow flower that is unique and tropical in its own way. This variety has bright buttery pineapple petals and slightly orange brushed tips, in the beginning of the season this flower starts blooming slow, but soon gives off many more blooms than you thought possible.
Dahlias bring life and beauty back to your landscape in late summer and into the fall months. The diversity of Dahlias allow you to use them in many different aspects of your landscape design, from low growing border plants to stately background plantings which may reach six feet in height. Dahlias make excellent cut flowers, which typically last about a week in the house.e
- Decorative. 4" flowers.
- Mature Height: 44". Loves the sun.
- Hardy in zones 8-10, elsewhere dig and store in the winter.
- Blooms August until frosts in the fall.
- Planting Depth: 1 Inches
- Bulbs per Square Foot: 1
Pinch excess buds and deadhead for more and larger blooms, water well during growing season, especially when grown in container
Dahlias are a popular choice of plants bringing bright bold colors to your garden borders in the late summer. This variety is a beautiful, subtly colored Decorative Dahlia that will create a huge impact in the garden.
Native to Mexico and Central America, dahlias provide us with more pleasure than almost any other summer bulb we have because they produce an abundance of wonderful flowers perfect for 'gift giving flower arrangements' throughout early summer and again in late summer until frost. Especially if they are picked for arrangements, these 'cut and come again' plants require almost no care, they appear to be pest resistant and they come in a myriad of colors.
Plant in full sun or partial shade. Dahlias have different shapes from the tightly formed flowers of the pompon-types to the looser ones of the cactus-types and the decorative in-between types, they're all terri
About: Impressive flowers that bloom 8" in size. Attracts hummingbirds & butterflies
Tips: Our favorite tip for Dahlias is to pinch the first sprouts when they are 2” above the ground. This will stimulate growth of more sprouts that develop into stems with flowers. Plant when the soil temperature reaches 60°F and danger of frost has passed. Since the flowers are large on dinnerplate dahlias, consider staking the flowers as they grow.