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- Common name:
- Dahlia Dwarf
- Regional name:
- Marathi - Lahan Dahlia
- Flowering Pot Plants, Lilies & Bulbous plants
- Compositae or Sunflower family
- Sun growing, Semi shade
- Primarily grown for:
- Flowering season:
- Year-around flowering
- Flower or Inflorescence color:
- Various colored flowers available viz., Red, Yellow, Orange, Purple, White, Pink, Dark Pink, Light Pink, Lilac or mauve, Salmon
- Foliage color:
- Plant Height or length:
- Less than 50 cms
- Plant Spread or Width:
- Less than 50 cms
- Plant Form:
- Upright or Erect
- Special Character:
- Plant for puja or prayer flower or leaves
- Good for Edges ie very small hedge or border
- Attracts butterflies
- Attracts bees
- Suitable for road median planting
- Grows best in cooler regions
- Generally available in India in quantities of:
- Over hundreds
- - Do not have a large garden and would still like to grow Dahlias? This is a compact version of the very popular large flowered varieties.
- Dahlias are natives of Mexico.
- Herbaceous bush 30 cms to 60 cms tall, with tuberous roots, stout semi woody stalks, turgid and fleshy leaves, fresh green above, grayish beneath.
- Has extremely showy flower heads in forms, size and colors, orginally purple.
- - Growing dwarf Dahlias is easy. It is not as complicated as growing the large flowered Kenyan ones.
- Plants can be obtained as seedlings, bulbs or as ready flowering plants.
- The flowering plants can be kept in semi shade.
- Once all the flowers have faded away - keep the plants in full sunlight.
- Cut off the dry flowers and gradually reduce the water for plants.
- After around 45 to 60 days days the plant will wither away (by this time the watering has to be got to 2 times a week.)
- Keep the plant as it is without water for 4 to 6 weeks.
- Gently remove the bulbs (tubers) and mix them with ash and keep them for storage.
- After around 3 months these can be seperated. The tubers do not have growing eyes on them - they can be seperated with each having a piece of the stem attatched.
- These can be planted in rich and well drained soil.
- Never use a very large pot for a dahlia from the beginning. Plants should be grown in small pots and transplanted into larger ones as they grow.
- Unlike the large flowered types - where we remove the side shoots - here we encourage side shoots. Pinching of the top tip should be done to encourage branching.
- Dahlia plants require lots of water - especially in warm weather.
- Regular application of fertilizers is very important. Any organic fertilizer in the beginning followed by one for blooming after the top bud is visible.