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Dahlia Dahlegria Pink Flame

£15.00 £12.00

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Great for wildlife
July - September
60cm x 40cm
Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Tender Perennial
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The flowers of Dahlia Dahlegria Pink Flame are medium to large in size, displaying a mesmerising blend of shades ranging from soft pastel pinks to deeper, more intense pink tones. The petals are intricately arranged, creating a dynamic and eye-catching pattern that resembles flickering flames.

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RHS Plants For Pollinators
RHS Garden Merit Award
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Description

With its dynamic pink flame-like blooms, Dahlia Dahlegria Pink Flame is sure to ignite the passion and creativity of any gardener or floral enthusiast. Prepare to be mesmerised by its vibrant colours and captivating presence as it sets your garden ablaze with its fiery beauty
When planting Dahlia Dahlegria Pink Flame, provide proper spacing to allow the plant to grow and spread. Supporting the stems with stakes or cages will help keep them upright and prevent them from bending or breaking under the weight of the blooms.

Planting Conditions

Choose a well-draining location in your garden that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight each day. Prepare the soil by adding organic matter, such as compost, to improve its fertility and drainage.

Watering & Feeding

Water the Dahlia regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Provide deep watering sessions to ensure the moisture reaches the roots. During hot and dry periods, increase the frequency of watering to prevent the soil from drying out completely. Avoid overhead watering, as wet foliage can lead to diseases.

General Care

Pinch off the top growth of the young plants when they reach about 12 inches in height. This encourages branching and a bushier growth habit. Deadhead faded blooms regularly to promote continuous blooming. In late fall, after the first frost, cut back the foliage to about 4 to 6 inches above ground level.