Dahlia 'Tsuki Yori Noshisha' (1 x tuber)

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Dahlia 'Tsuki Yori Noshisha' (1 x tuber)

A crazy, fun and much loved dahlia from the 2021 monthly subscription box, this is a showstopper!
Ultimate height: 1m
Ultimate spread: 60cm
Position: Sun
Suitable for: Cottage garden
Lifecycle: Perennial
Regular price £5.50
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 you want to grow something a little difference this year then I would recommend this one... I'm never going to try and pronounce it, but it is simply stunning. I'm so pleased I could get hold of this variety for you all to enjoy! 

Dahlias are grown from tubers and can be started off under cover in pots from March through to late April and can be planted out after the last frosts. You can also plant them direct into the ground from May, however do protect them from slugs if you choose this method.

Every dahlia order comes with an instruction leaflet on how to plant them, pinch them and keep them looking fabulous all summer. There is also a video series on my website with all the instructions required for your dahlias to flourish.

Please note: these are a pre order and will be sent from March through to April for you to plant at the right time of year. You will receive a delivery notification once they have been dispatched and I will keep the deliveries updated via instagram too.

All products have free 2nd class Postage and Packaging on all orders over £50.

Any orders below £50 will have a small charge for postage and packaging.

Please note: All peonies, bare roots, summer flowering bulbs and Dahlias are a pre order and will arrive in early Spring. You will receive an email notification when it is dispatched so you can track your parcel. I will also keep pre order delivery times updated through the app, online and on email. If you have any questions about pre order delivery dates then don't hesistate to reach out!

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