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Dahlia Frost Nip - 1 tuber Buy?

 

Height in cm 100
Flowering time July - October
Planting time March - May

 

The large-flowered, dinnerplate dahlia 'Frost Nip' is a rewarding summer bloomer that will give you months of pleasure. Dahlia 'Frost Nip' blooms with giant flowers all summer from July until the first night frost. Dahlia 'Frost Nip' grows about 90-100 cm tall. Sometimes it is necessary to support the flower stalks. Dahlia tubers can be planted in spring. Dahlia 'Frost Nip' is frost-sensitive, so beware of late night frosts. Dig a spacious planting hole, loosen the soil and fill the planting hole with good potting soil. Carefully place the tubers in the planting hole and cover with 3-5 cm of soil. The planting distance of the tubers is 50 cm. After planting, water the tubers immediately. Dahlias flower most abundantly in full sun. After flowering, store the tubers in a frost-free place and you will enjoy them for years. Dahlia 'Frost Nip' combines well with perennials and other dahlia varieties. The giant orange-white flowers are real eye-catchers in the border. Dahlia 'Frost Nip' is also an excellent cut flower and long-lasting in the vase. The best time to cut dahlias is early in the day. Put the stems immediately in lukewarm water with cut flower food.

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