Organic Fern Cliff Dahlia

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dinner plate blossoms 40-48" full-size plant Dahlia pinnata

It’s true: Fern Cliff is our favorite dahlia. The dinner plate blossom that we actually eat for dinner! Indeed, each of her countless petals are absolutely delicious, like floral baby lettuce. We rarely make a salad without her from late July to frost. Her tubers are delectable as well, like juicy potatoes. And if you’re looking for a fabulous cut dahlia, Fern Cliff’s long, strong stems will not disappoint.

To extend dahlia vase life, place freshly cut stems in 160-180 F water & allow to cool. Who knew? You do!

*Dahlias will be available Spring 2023!

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Organic Fern Cliff Dahlia

dinner plate blossoms 40-48" full-size plant Dahlia pinnata

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It’s true: Fern Cliff is our favorite dahlia. The dinner plate blossom that we actually eat for dinner! Indeed, each of her countless petals are absolutely delicious, like floral baby lettuce. We rarely make a salad without her from late July to frost. Her tubers are delectable as well, like juicy potatoes. And if you’re looking for a fabulous cut dahlia, Fern Cliff’s long, strong stems will not disappoint.

To extend dahlia vase life, place freshly cut stems in 160-180 F water & allow to cool. Who knew? You do!

*Dahlias will be available Spring 2023!

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Organic Fern Cliff Dahlia

Direct Sow: After last frost in 60F+ soil, plant tuber horizontally 4-6″ deep, 18-24′ apart with 1/2 cup of bonemeal. Water well until sprouts appear.
Transplant: 
4 weeks before last frost, cover tuber horizontally in 2-3″ of damp and warm potting soil. If 12″ tall, pinch back apical buds. Transplant 6″ deep after last frost in warm soil with 1/2 cup of bonemeal per hole.

Sowing Date: after final frost
Seed Depth: bury root fully
Days to Germination: 10-20 days to sprout
Days to Maturity: mid-late summer until frost
Plant spacing: 30″
Height: 3-4 feet

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