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Dahlia Humpty Dumpty Mix Dormant Tubers (5-Pack)

$17.97 /package

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Dahlias are summer blooming flowers that come in a wide range of bloom size and color. Dahlias prefer well drained soil in a sunny location and bloom all summer. Humpty Dumpty Mix produces a wide range of colored blooms all summer. This low-growing variety is perfect for the front border or in containers. Excellent cut flowers.

  • Shorter variety
  • Color all summer
  • Plant With gladiolus or Lilies
  • Item ships as bare root plant
  • Image shows plant at maturity




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April 2, 2015

I hope you are well! I have three questions:
The product information states that this is an annual - is it an annual or perennial?
What hardiness zone is this rated for?
How many colors are available in a single bulb?

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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by decent but not didn't get what was expected Purchased in-store and planted in mid-spring. At that time they came as a 3-pack. Only two of the three bulbs grew. Picture must be a bunch of plants planted quite near each other as each of our two plants is only a single color -- and both plants are the same color (the deep red with the gold centers in the picture). Was hoping for a splash of different colors. The two plants that did grow seem hardy enough for now and are producing many flowers. We'll see how they do after a dry summer (we did mulch them heavily) and then if they survive the winter. Stay tuned..... July 5, 2014
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