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Dahlia Dracula

Item Number: 69-106
Spring items available for order Jan. 2020.
Important Product Notes:
Categories: Catalogue - Spring Planted shipped 3-1 to 6-1 17 (Summer Catalogue) - Bulbs - Cutting/Picking - Other Categories - Spring Planted Sale 5%-10% - Spring 2016 - 50% - Spring 2017 - 50%
Genus: Dahlia
Cultivar: Dracula
Family: Compositae
Bulbs per sq. foot: 1
Zones: 7, 8, 9, 10 See map
Bloomtime: Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall
Color: Pink
Sun: Full Sun
Height: 13" - 18", 19" - 24"
Pests: Pest Resistant
Moisture: Average
Legend
attracts numerous pollinators the plant is one that attracts numerous pollinators
Spring Planted shipped 3-15 to 6-15
Description
Dracula - dark pink centers with lighter pink edges surrounded by its extremely dark leaves and stems make this flower very visible in the garden; 1'-2''.

Native to Mexico and Central America, dahlias provide us with more pleasure than almost any other summer bulb.  They produce an abundance of wonderful flowers perfect for 'gift giving flower arrangements' throughout early summer and again in late summer until frost. 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. They are happiest in full sun but will tolerate light shade. Top-sized tuber clusters; approx. 1 per sq. ft.; whz 8-10; have overwintered in our whz 7 gardens with extra winter mulch and excellent drainage among our daffodils and tulips; most flowers are 2"-3" across and plants are 1'-2' tall unless otherwise stated; top-sized clustered tubers.

Our pollinators are so important to the sustainability of our gardens and food crops for insect and birds and if each of us participates in healthy gardening practices and chooses some of the pollinator attracting plants, we can collectively make a HUGE difference.

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