Dahlia tuber Lilac Bull Pre-pack

Dahlia tuber 'Lilac Bull' Pre-pack

Our Ref No : 22275 £2.99 Stock : 3
Size: Tuber

A beautiful rich Dahlia with deep lilac/purple flowers. Ideal for cut flowers
Type: Decorative.
Flowering: All summer long.
Height : 100cm/40 inches.
Planting Depth : 15cm/6 inches.
Distance apart: 60cm/24 inches.
Plant outside (Tubers): March onwards.
Growing conditions: Any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material. Sunny sites away from strong winds.
Aspect or Site: Border or bedding plant, good for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.
Tips: For early flowering, tubers may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out the sprouted tubers. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only.when completely developed.
A beautiful rich Dahlia with deep lilac/purple flowers. Ideal for cut flowers
Type: Decorative.
Flowering: All summer long.
Height : 100cm/40 inches.
Planting Depth : 15cm/6 inches.
Distance apart: 60cm/24 inches.
Plant outside (Tubers): March onwards.
Growing conditions: Any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material. Sunny sites away from strong winds.
Aspect or Site: Border or bedding plant, good for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.
Tips: For early flowering, tubers may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out the sprouted tubers. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only.when completely developed.
A beautiful rich Dahlia with deep lilac/purple flowers. Ideal for cut flowers
Type: Decorative.
Flowering: All summer long.
Height : 100cm/40 inches.
Planting Depth : 15cm/6 inches.
Distance apart: 60cm/24 inches.
Plant outside (Tubers): March onwards.
Growing conditions: Any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material. Sunny sites away from strong winds.
Aspect or Site: Border or bedding plant, good for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.
Tips: For early flowering, tubers may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out the sprouted tubers. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only.when completely developed.

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