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Large Dahlias
... Large Dahlias Pleasant Valley Glads & Dahlias PO Box 494 Agawam Ma. 01001 Large Dahlias - over 8-10" in diameter. Size A FD- Formal decorative (flat petals, often recurve to ... dark red and white. Awesome and wins. $5.00 Copyright 1998-2006 Pleasant Valley Glads & Dahlias. All rights reserved.
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December 2003 Newsletter
... it trimmed back. Beautiful pale, buffy yellow flowers. Blooms constantly. Tea Marie Van Houtte Very large shrub (6x6) with beautiful creamy white flowers that age to pink. Blooms constantly. Duchesse ... Cels. She took a keen interest in breeding and was interested in geraniums, pelargoniums and dahlias, in addition to the roses. Although she commissioned Redoute to paint her roses, she did ...
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ADS Handbook & Classification of Dahlias
... ADS Handbook & Classification of Dahlias 2006 ADS Classification & Handbook of Dahlias Search for Dahlia For a list of Dahlia varieties and images enter your search criteria ... ,just press "Search". Variety: Use all CAPS Class Number: Size: --- All --- AA - Giant ( > 10" ) A - Large ( > 8" - 10" ) B - Medium ( > 6" - 8" ) BB - Small ( > 4" - 6" ) M - Miniature ( <=4" ) Form: --- All ...
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After a few years growing dahlias, many gardeners invariably have questions concerning fungus
... few years growing dahlias, many gardeners invariably have questions concerning fungus FUNGUS CONTROL FOR DAHLIAS AND THE GARDEN by Bob Romano After a few years growing dahlias, many gardeners ... one finds cottony fungal growth and numerous small, black, hard resting bodies called sclerotia (large reproductive structures) formed on the outside and inside of the stems. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum ( ...
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Get Growing Gardening Tips- Growing Dahlias - Devonian Botanic Garden
... cm Large.......................................20 - 25 cm Medium...................................15 - 20 cm Small.......................................10 - 15 cm Miniature....................................<10 cm Single-flowered dahlias ... orchid-, chrysanthemum- and paeony-flowered and star and lilliput, dahlias). Growing dahlias Dahlias are usually tuberous-rooted from which arise solitary to ...
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How to Plant Dahlias - eHow.com
... soil to a depth of 18 inches. Dahlias grow quickly and require excellent growing conditions to perform at their best. STEP 4: Dig a large planting hole that is at least twice ... fertilizer Organic Compost trowel Shovel Topics Addressed How to grow dahlias Planting dalias Growing dahlias Tips for planting dahlias When should I plant dahlias? Report This Article for eHow Staff Review ARTICLE HAS BEEN ...
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Large Gladiola
... Large Gladiola Pleasant Valley Glads & Dahlias PO Box 494 Agawam Ma. 01001 General Listings-Large ALBERT (Lubojacky"91)(395) 80 days Ruffled smokey red with ... (Bates '95) (455) 80 days An extremely bright medium red with a large pure white throat. Opens 10 beautifully ruffled florets in perfect formal placement ... -$1.50 M-$1.25 Copyright 1998-2006 © Pleasant Valley Glads & Dahlias. All rights ...
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Dahlias
... Dahlias in mind. The appearance of this site without the dahlias is quite different, as you will see below. The picture to the right displays the dramatic effect the Dahlias produce. Dahlias ... were the Ball and Small Decorative Dahlias. Today it is the Large Decorative and Cactus varieties which capture ... end of July to the first frosts, Dahlias provide large orbs of colour when so many flowers are ...
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Tesselaar Bulbs: Dahlias plant care
... Tesselaar Bulbs: Dahlias plant care Home > Plant care and Growing Guides > Dahlias Dahlias Family: Asteraceae Native to: Central America, Mexico & Columbia Bloom season: Summer and Autumn for many, ... . Lie the tubers length ways with the "eyes" pointing upward. Spacing: Mini/Bambino: 30cm apart Large varieties: 90-120cm apart Water: Keep soil slightly moist whilst plants are actively growing. Frost ...
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Growing Dahlias
... (ground limestone) at this time also. Dahlias utilize large amounts of potash for root development, ... Dahlias are fast-growing, succulent plants and require large amounts of water. It is important to keep the soil moist, but not extremely wet. Do not overwater dahlias ... large blooms. Tie plants to the stake that was driven next to them at planting time. If you use string or soft twine for tying dahlias ...
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