Czech: jiřina
Genus: Dahlia, dahlia
Mature Height: 1.00 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: VIIVIIIIX
Flower Colour: yellowpink
Soil Preferred:: alkaline, wet,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: bulb, opposite leaves, odd pinnate, type of inflorescence - anthodium, fruit - samara, quick-growing, bed plant, attractive flowers, cut plant,

Dahlia 'Hapet Elite'

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Dahlia  'Hapet Elite'  Dahlia flowers

Dahlia 'Hapet Elite'

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Dahlia   'Hapet Elite'  Dahlia flowers

Dahlia 'Hapet Elite'

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Amazon / Forgotten Books: Catalogue of Dahlias, 1928 Classic Reprint (Logan Dahlia Gardens) Catalogue of Dahlias, 1928 Classic Reprint (Logan Dahlia Gardens)

Excerpt from Catalogue of Dahlias, 1928 IF bulbs are received before IT IS convenient TO plant them, place in a shallow box of moist soil until time to plant outdoors. If roots become too dry it may kill the eyes. Handle roots care fully, if the necks are broken, or crowns injured it may ruin the tuber. Soil preparation - When it is possible, apply manure and spade the soil in the fall, then spade in the spring. The soil should be broken up to a much greater depth than where the bulb is to be planted. Some even spade and fertilize 12 to 18 inches deep. Any good garden Soil will grow dahlias. An open sunny location is best; Plant about 6 inches deep and 3 or 4 feet apart in well prepared soil. About one-half pint of bone meal and a pint of sheep manure or some other well-rotted manure-may be mixed with the soil for each dahlia. Some sand and leaf mold may be used and especially when the soil is heavy. Planting time - The time varies according to the locality in which they are to be grown. ...

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