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Anemone Dahlia Honey Anemone Dahlia Honey

Anemone Dahlia Honey

Quirky Bicolored Blooms
Anemone dahlias are unusual, yet highly charming. It starts with the odd flower form. A pincushion of tightly packed florets sits in the center of a slightly flattened ring of petals. Then you add in the unusual, sunny bicolor, and Honey is sure to make you smile. They're more compact, great in a smaller border, or potted in that little hard to design around spot by a doorway. In typical dahlia fashion, these blooms amp up the drama in the garden, facing out and show off their whimsical beauty. They're tender bulbs you'll likely be lifting in winter, but they grow quickly, easily and are rarely touched by deer.
  • Zone 3-11
  • Height 18 - 24 inches
  • Bloom Time Summer to fall
  • Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As NO. 1 TUBER
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name:

    Dahlia 'Honey'

  • Height: 18 - 24 inches
  • Ship As: NO. 1 TUBER
  • Lift In Fall: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  • Spacing: 15 - 18 inches
  • Spread: 18 - 24 inches
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Color: yellow, pink
  • Foliage Type: Mid green, pinnate leaves with ovate leaflets.
  • Bloom Time: Summer to fall
  • Flower Form: Yellow/Bronze central disk, pink flat petals
  • Planting Instructions: Plant tubers with sprouts 2" below the soil surface. Full sun for best flowering.
  • Soil Requirements: Well drained, humus enriched for best performance
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Pruning: Remove spent flower heads to encourage more blooms and create a more bushy plant.
  • Winter Care: Dahlias should be dug and stored anywhere the ground freezes over winter. Dahlias should be dug after the first frost but before a hard freeze. Tubers can be divided in the fall or spring, provided each tuber division contains at least one eye. Tubers should be rinsed off, dried, and stored in a
  • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR
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