How To Grow

How to Grow Dahlias

How to Grow Dahlias

Thanks for your purchase! Before we begin, please open your package and inspect the tubers you have received. They are packaged in Ziploc baggies with vermiculite this year, which is ideal long-term storage for my climate, but might not be for yours. Place in a cool, dark area where they won't freeze until it's time to plant. Alternately, you can pot them up to get a head start on growing---moistened (but not soaking wet) soil, warmth and light is all they need to get going. Please note: dahlia tubers come in all shapes and sizes. A 'perfect' looking single tuber...

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How to Plant Ranunculus and Anemones

How to Plant Ranunculus and Anemones

It might seem daunting to plant ranunculus, or that they'd be difficult to grow, but with a little bit more effort than plopping a tulip bulb in the ground, not much else is different. Soak Your Corms You've received ranunclus corms that look like shriveled up octopi, or anemone corms that look like shriveled up acorns, and you're wondering how on earth is this going to bloom into flowers? Well, these are your corms in their dormant state, and the first step is to take the corms and soak them in room temperature water for 4-6 hours. In this time...

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How To Plant Tulip Bulbs

How To Plant Tulip Bulbs

A step-by-step guide on how to plant tulips.

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