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Organic Dahlia 'Seattle'

Organic Dahlia 'Seattle'

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Organic dinnerplate dahlia

The Dahlia 'Seattle' grows to a height of 80 centimeters and initially has yellow flowers with white tips, but as the flowers develop they change to orange flowers with white tips. The flowers grow gigantic, making it a real eye-catcher!

A dahlia blooms for a very long time, up to 100 days a year, because countless flowers come back when you remove the spent flowers. A veritable sea of ​​flowers, late in the season when most plants have already finished blooming.

We recommend combining this cultivar with the Dahlia 'Duet'!

How, where and when do I plant organic dahlia tubers?

Indoor pre-growth

A Dahlia 'Seattle' is not hardy. This allows the tubers to be grown indoors from March onwards. This gives a head start in growth and the dahlias bloom earlier. The plants can be put outside after the ice saints (May 15), or earlier if the weather is good, but be careful of night frost, then they will have to go back inside at night.

Outside in the garden

If you choose to wait until after frost before planting the dahlia tubers, it is best to do so until May 15. From then on, the tubers can be planted in the ground without the risk of frost and will bloom approximately 60 to 90 days later.

Plant the dahlia tuber with its old flower stem from last year upwards, just 2 to 3 centimeters below the ground and keep a distance of half a meter from tuber to tuber.

The planting time is until June.

Location

A dahlia prefers a sunny position in a nutrient-rich, water-permeable, preferably calcareous, sandy soil.
The Dahlia 'Seattle' grows to a meter high with medium-sized flowers, so it does not necessarily need to be supported, but it should be planted in a sheltered spot.

For pot planting, it is best to use a pot that is at least 40 centimeters wide, so that it does not dry out too quickly in the summer.

Care of the dahlia

Always keep the soil of the Dahlia 'Seattle' moist. Too dry soil can cause problems with growth and flowering.
During flowering, the spent flowers are removed for new blooms. The dahlia blooms until the first night frost. Cut the plant down to the ground. Protect the tubers planted in the open ground with leaves against light frost in winter. In severe frost they should be stored frost-free in a dry place. The advantage of digging out is that the tuber can be divided every year.

Feed the plant several times a year for optimal results. The dahlia is a fast-growing plant that can use a lot of nutrition.
We recommend Bio Kultura for organic potting soil, plant food and other soil improvers!

Propagation

The tubers continue to grow well in the autumn. Do not remove the tubers from the ground too early for propagation. Just before the first frost is the best time. The tubers can be split immediately, but this can also be done in the spring. The advantage of splitting in the spring is that small growth points can already be seen in the spring. This makes it easy to recognize where the tuber can best be split.

Edible

Everything about the Dahlia 'Seattle' is edible. The tuber tastes carroty and the flower can be used to garnish a salad or in a carafe with water, for decoration and to flavor the water.

Origin of the dahlia

Dahlias are native to Mexico and have been found in European gardens since the year 1615. Originally they were grown as tubers for consumption, but after discovering how beautiful they can be as ornamental plants, they grew into one of the most diverse plant species in the world, with a large number of cultivars.


Organic Dahlia 'Seattle' - Skal NL-BIO-01 certified: 109459

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Characteristics

Flowering time: July - October
Planting time:
From May (or from March indoors)
Planting depth:
5 cm underground
Planting distance: 50 cm apart
Height:
80 cm high
Flower diameter:
25 cm wide
Location:
Partial shade, sun
Soil PH: Loam, sandy soil - Slightly acidic/neutral
Winter hardiness:
Not hardy
Propagation: Good
Family: Asteraceae (composite family)
Colour:
Orange/white
Group: Dinnerplate
Bee-friendly: No
Fragrant: No
Bulb size: 1st size

 

Other dahlia varieties:

  • Bio Dahlia 'Arabian Night'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Avignon'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Bright Eyes'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Cafe au Lait'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Dreamy Sunset'™
  • Bio Dahlia 'Duet'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Freya's Sweetheart'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Golden Torch'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Hartenaas'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Impression Fantastico'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Impression Festivo'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Larry's Love'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Lavender Perfection'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Little Swan'™
  • Bio Dahlia 'Manhattan Island'
  • Bio Dahlia 'My Love'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Orfeo'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Park Princess'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Phyllis Farmer'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Platinum Blonde'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Pride One'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Rocco'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Sandra'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Seattle'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Snowflake'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Summerflame'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Sylvia'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Topmix Apricot'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Totally Tangerine'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Vancouver'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Viking'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Waltzing Mathilda'™
  • Bio Dahlia 'White Perfection'
  • Bio Dahlia 'Wittem'

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