Pompon-type dahlias have petite spheres of fully double blossoms that are nearly perfect in shape and form. A must-have for late summer and fall bouquets.
This is a surprise mix—what you see will most likely be what you get, but we cannot guarantee that you will receive all of the colors shown on our website.
Native to hot parts of the Americas and first developed as a food crop, ornamental dahlias are descended from years of breeding and crossing D. pinnata and D. juarezi.
To overwinter, dig tubers after the first frost, dry them off and store them in a well-ventilated cool (35-45°) dark dry place. In spring after danger of frost, plant 3-4" deep, 12-24" apart. Set the tubers flat with eyes facing up.
Grows best with 3-4 hours of direct sun per day, but will tolerate conditions from full sun to light shade.
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