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Addison June Dahlia Tubers

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  • Colour: Deep Pink
  • Flower Size: 8-10 cms
  • Type: Ball
  • Cutting: Superb
  • Height/Spread: 90 cm x 40 cm
  • Flowering: July to October
  • Planting Months: April-July
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Description

Addison June: Ball Dahlia Tubers

Addison June is a lovely upright deep pink ball dahlia with sweet, quite small pom-pom like flowers. Good in a mid border position with a height 90cm and spread of 40cm. Plant them where they can be easily reached as they are quite superb cut flowers.
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Features

  • Colour: Deep Pink
  • Foliage: Green
  • Flower Size: 8cm
  • Type: Ball Dahlia
  • Cutting: Yes
  • Height/Spread: To 90cm x 40cm
  • Flowering: July to October
  • Outdoor Planting Months: March to July

Growing Addison June Dahlias

All dahlias do best in deep rich soil with good drainage in a sunny spot. If it is windy they will need staking. They are greedy, thirsty plants so will need watering in dry spells, and they will always flower just that little bit better if there is a bit of soluble food in the watering can once every couple of weeks.

Did You Know?

This variety was introduced in 2007.

Planting Instructions

If you ignore seed, Dahlias can be planted at three stages: as tubers, rooted cuttings and pot-grown plants.

Tubers can be planted at any time from March onwards. The hole should be at least double the diameter of the tuber laid out on the ground. Incorporate about 25% well rotted compost and if drainage is in any way doubtful then add plenty of horticultural grit as well. Plant one tuber per hole, leaving 60-80 cms between plants (depending on final size) and make sure the tuber is covered with 10-12 cms (4-5") of soil. This is important as it will insulate the tuber against frosts in March-May as they will take a couple of months to show.

Rooted cuttings, which are available from early April onwards, will need to be potted up and kept in a sunny and frost free place until they are ready to be planted out in mid May. Their treatment then is the same as for tubers except they are planted level with rather than 10 cms below the surrounding soil level.

Pot grown plants are not delivered until June, and are then planted out immediately in the same way as an established rooted cutting.

The more you deadhead, the more flowers you'll get.