Nothing seems to terrify a novice dahlia grower more than coping with the plants after the first frost. Coping with tubers does not need to be a trial. A professional grower can go to the following page for very detailed instructions on dealing with tubers: https://dahlia.org/docsinfo/articles/digging-dividing-and-storing-tubers.
A novice grower, or a casual gardener enjoying garden dahlias, however, … See entire post.
Twenty years ago, she was missing the dahlias her late husband had always planted. Not much of a gardener at that time, she didn’t follow her husband’s methods. So, to get her fix for the year, she headed for the dahlia displays at that year’s Spokane County Interstate Fair.
“I was hooked,” she said, laughing. “Now I’m a senior judge … See entire post.
One of the opportunities that has evolved from the virus work at Washington State University is for you to become an important part of the solution to the problem of virus in our dahlia patches. There are two key items that need to become a part of your routine practice in your garden. First is to watch for the appearance … See entire post.
August 19, 2018
With great sadness, the Midwest Dahlia Conference reports that long time leader in the dahlia world, John Thiermann, passed away Sunday, August 19, 2018, after a long battle with cancer.
John loved big dahlias, but was best known for his miniature introduction, Badger Twinkle. He was the proprietor of J T Dahlias, which, in … See entire post.
From the www.dahliahill.org website:
CHARLES BREED 1-31-1927 TO 6-30-2018
CHARLES BREED PASSED AWAY SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018. HE WAS A TEACHER, ICON OF THE LOCAL ART COMMUNITY, FOUNDER OF DAHLIA HILL AND TRULY UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL. HE WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED.