Dahlias are brilliant garden plants. They are long flowering, with lush foliage, they are easy to flower and care for and come in a huge array of colours shapes and sizes. Dahlia flowers are excellent for cutting, lasting a week or more in a vase. And they just keep giving, by cutting the flowers you will encourage more blooms.

Dahlias tubers take around 8 weeks from planting to flowering. Plant your Dahlia tuber in a sunny spot into moist, humus rich, well drained soil. Water in well then keep moist during active growth.

Foliage Dahlias

Foliage Dahlias have all the beauty and flowering prowess of every day Dahlias with one exciting difference … they have ebony foliage! The leaves are lush with a black to bronze brush over the deep green. This distinct colouring adds a bit of flair wherever it is planted. The dark colouration has the added advantage of making the bright colours around it (or flowering on it) really pop!

Cacti Dahlias

Cacti Dahlias are vibrant flowers perfect for adding a bit of spunk to your garden! The narrow petals are layered upon each other creating a lovely, spiky round bloom. Cacti Dahlias come in a huge range of colours. Cacti Dahlias tubers take around 8 weeks from planting to flowering. Plant your Cacti Dahlia tuber in a sunny spot into moist, humus rich, well drained soil. Water in well then keep moist during active growth.

Romanace Blend Dahlias

A medley of romantic shades to spice up your garden! Dahlias are brilliant garden plants, they bloom for weeks from the end of summer right into autumn with an abundance that will fill your vases and colour your beds. Dahlias tubers take around 8 weeks from planting to flowering. Plant your Dahlia tuber in a sunny spot into moist, humus rich, well drained soil. Water in well then keep moist during active growth.

Eye Popping Dahlias

As far as impact and colour go, there aren’t many plants that can compete with the variety and show Dahlias offer. These Eye Popping Dahlias are some of out top pics of the season. They have real flower power and will bloom for months. Dahlias tubers take around 8 weeks from planting to flowering. Plant your Dahlia tuber in a sunny spot into moist, humus rich, well drained soil. Water in well then keep moist during active growth.

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Dinner Plate Dahlias

These flowers are big … coming in at up to or just over 20cm across! The large blooms are sure to cause a sensation in summer. Ensure you stake these Dinner Plate Dahlias at the time of planting, the blooms are large and heavy. By staking early you won't disturb the roots later on. Tie the branches with loose garden ties or old stockings to avoid damaging the stems this is easy to do and well worth the effort.

Delbard Dahlias

Everyone has heard of Delbard Roses, but there aren’t many who have come across Delbard Dahlias! These flowers are totally flamboyant, a bit less formal or cottage than your average Dahlia. Each variety is carefully selected. From a trial of over 10 000 hand pollinated seeds, only five new varieties are chosen. From this point it takes another six years to get them to the market. The breeding program began back in the 1940’s and many beautiful varieties have been realised. They are award winning Dahlias for their large flower size, flowering numbers, colouring selection and compact, strong growth.