Dahlia Flowers

How to Plant Dahlia Tubers

Are you new to planting dahlias? Let us show you how we do it at Triple Wren! Despite being a large scale grower, all our dahlias are lovingly prepared and planted by hand. This lets us keep our literal fingers on the pulse of our dahlias’ health and gives us the ability to curate our […]

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Dahlias: Let’s Compare Rooted Cuttings and Tubers!

Let’s compare dahlia rooted cuttings with dahlia tubers. 🌱 + 🥔 1. Both are clones of their mother. 2. Both have roots. (This tuber clump has fully formed storage roots. Cuttings have a younger, fibrous feeder roots.) 3. Both bloom bountifully the first year they’re planted. (The rooted cutting will often bloom first.)4. Both produce a tuber clump

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How to Grow Dahlias: Planting Tubers

Are you new to growing dahlias? Let us show you how we plant dahlias at Triple Wren! Despite being a large scale grower, all our dahlias are lovingly prepared and planted by hand. This lets us keep our literal fingers on the pulse of our dahlias’ health and gives us the ability to curate our

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How to Make a Live Flower Backdrop: Our Live Flower Installation from Cultivate 2022

We love creating a live flower installation here for our events here at the farm. Not only does it showcase the beautiful flowers in a unique way, it also provides a dramatic backdrop or a fun photo opportunity. Here is the flower installation we made for Cultivate 2022. We’re hosting a family event for Cultivate

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How (and Why!) You Should “Harden Off” Your Seedlings and Rooted Cuttings

Hardening off means acclimating a plant to a new environment. It refers to toughening up a plant a bit, so that it’s not shocked by direct sunlight, dry conditions, and wind, and it is a term and process primarily used for young transplants. Plants that are seeded directly outdoors are naturally acclimated from the beginning

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