Dahlia Fascination

Dahlia 'Fascination'

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DESCRIPTION

From July until the first frost, Dahlia 'Fascination' will delight you with its magnificent violet-pink semi-double petals surrounded by glossy bronze-colour leaves. Planted in groups in the sunny part of the garden, along the borders, or in a container on the deck, Dahlia 'Fascination' blooms profusely and the more you cut it, the more flowers it produces. It makes magnificent long-lasting cut flowers. It is a great pollinator, and it thrives in full sun, protected from winds, in rich, moist soil. Do not let the soil dry out. Take the tubers of your Dahlia 'Fascination' out of the ground before the frost. Keep them in a cool, dry place during the winter before replanting them in the spring.

Sold as: Pack of 2
Format: Tuber
Botanical name: Dahlia pinnata
Lifecycle: Annual
Features: Suitable for containers, Pollinator friendly

*This item ships in April through May, according to the ideal planting time for your hardiness zone.

GROWING REQUIREMENTS

Light: Full sun
Soil type: Clay, Loam, Sand
Hardiness zones: 8, 9, 10, 11
Planting time: Early spring

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Height: 2-3'
Spread: 1-2'
Bloom time: Mid summer, Late summer, Early fall, Mid fall, Late fall

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  • Bare roots, spring bulbs, and dahlia tubers ship April through May (dependant on last frost date of your hardiness zone) 
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Learn more about hardiness zones and why they're important by checking out our 'Canada's hardiness zones explained' blog post!