• Hartenaas Dahlia - 74235
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Hartenaas Dahlia

#74235
Availability: Out of Stock
$8.47
Was: $16.95
You Save: $8.48 (50.0%)
3 tubers per package
4.80 stars, based on 5 review(s)
Ship Season: Spring

A true delight for any garden, the Hartenaas Impression Dahlia will add a soft pink glow to the all of the blooms in your landscape. The pink blooms each have a white "collar" around its golden center, making it a focal point of borders, mid-height range gardens, and containers.

Dahlia Planting Tips:

How to get the most flowers from your dahlia plants:

After a few weeks, you will see offshoots and as soon as the plant develops about 4-6" high, it is best to cut the dahlia plant back to just above the second leaf axle. By cutting the dahlia back this will stimulate new growth as well a broader and more abundant branches .A dahlia plant that is full will produce a greater amount of blooms.

To keep your dahlias blooming in abundance:

Regularly remove buds (also called deadheading) that have died during flowering.

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Indiana

No matter what color your thumb

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Even if you feel you are a failure as a gardener, you can count on Holland Bulbs to thrive.

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Fast delivery and good quality. Bulbs sprouts within couple weeks.

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The bulbs I received looked to be fairly good size and fresh. The instructions were clear and results of the plants growing are very impressive.

Onslow County, NC

Very pretty

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Doing well. Would definitely reorder in the future and recommend to others.

Pacific Northwest Coast

Hartenaas Dahlias

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I've had one of these dahlias for about 14 years but never knew what kind it was. I was delighted to see your picture on the sale sheet and immediately ordered some more. I live on the south coast of Oregon and never have to dig my plants. The tubers have both sprouted in 3 weeks of planting and look like they will give me strong plants for a great price!