Definition of dahlias
Dahlia plants are one of the most beautiful ornamental plants
Flowers of many colors and shapes, and dahlia continue to bloom
For a long period of the year, dahlia plants follow
The cultivation of dahlia plants is widespread in gardens because of this
The length of the flowering season, which extends from the month of July
Until October of each year.
The importance of growing dahlia plants.
dahlia growing preferences
1- The multiplicity of colors and shapes of its flowers, as it suits all
Some dahlias produce single flowers
While others produce double flowers, including
Flowers are small in size, some of them are medium in size and others
It is large in size, and there are many colors of flowers.
2- The height of plants ranges between 25-180 cm, so
They are found in gardens where they are planted in ponds
Front or back basins or galaxies of flowers.
3- Dahlia flowers are used successfully in arranging vases
4- Dahlia plants have a long flowering season that may extend to
Five months, making it a profitable cultivation.
5- There are many types of dahlia plants, including winter dahlias
And other summer dahlia plants.
6- Dahlia plants form tuberous roots that are used for propagation
It’s roots, it doesn’t exist
It has internodes, and the buds are located in the . region
The apex) as for the fibrous roots, it is in
The basal end of the tuber, and the root store Nutrients
Types of dahlias.
There are multiple varieties of dahlia plants.
Anemone-Flowered and Collarette Dahlias
Ball and Pompon Dahlias.
Cactus and Semi-Cactus Dahlias.
Single and Peony-Flowered Dahlias.
dahlia fertilizer requirements
Fertilization of dahlia plants should be nurtured properly
Continuous NPK 2 – 10 – 2 on
Fertilization is carried out during the beginning of July and the month of
August, provided that one plant is fertilized
At a rate of 50-100g of NPK every 15
Care must also be taken to irrigate dahlia plants without
Drowning or dehydrating, but wetlands are provided
Continuously around plants.