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How to Fertilize Dahlias

How to Fertilize Dahlias Are you looking for information about fertilizing dahlias? We can help!  There are three main things to know about properly fertilizing dahlias: Early Season Fertilizing We plant with granulated organic chicken manure fertilizer (5-3-2 + micronutrients!) in our beds, and top dress with more balanced fertilizer about 4-6 weeks later (or

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How to Care for Dahlias After They’ve Been Planted, but Before they Bloom

We’re in  an in-between season at the farm. The busy spring season is over, and all the planting and shipping is done, but we’re still waiting on the bounty of blooms. As we watch and wait for our dahlias to bloom, there is still plenty to do. Watching for pests and pest prevention Every week,

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Pinch Your Dahlias and Use Them as Mid-Season Dahlia Cuttings

Hey friends, we’re pinching dahlias this week at the farm. 🌱 Here’s a super cool trick we use to increase our plantings of special varieties: we use our “pinchings” as cuttings! 🤩 We pinch varieties we want to root at sun-up so they’re as hydrated and chilled as possible. Then we immediately stick them into prepared

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