Dahlia Tubers

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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Planting Dahlias: Tubers vs. Tissue Culture Rooted Cuttings

Hey friends! I know it’s September, but let’s talk about planting dahlias for a quick minute. In case you haven’t heard Triple Wren will be offering Tissue Culture Rooted Cuttings in addition to our dahlia tuber offerings for shipping in the U.S. in spring 2024! Here are some ways that planting rooted cuttings compares to

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It’s Not Too Late to Plant Your Cut Flower Garden

We’re still in mid-spring, and while pressure from social media can make you feel like the garden-planting ship has sailed, we have good new for you: there’s still time to plant dahlias and other cut flowers. It’s Time to Direct Sow Seeds Now is the perfect time to direct sow some summer-blooming annuals, especially cut-and-come-again

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Buy These Dahlia Tubers for Best Market Blooms

In the early days of Triple Wren Farm, we used to sell thousands of dahlia bunches every week to wholesalers and grocery chains. I well remember the days when I used to deliver buckets of flowers out of the back of our station wagon! If you are looking to expand into dahlias as a market

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