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50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds
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50Pcs Multi Color Dahlia Flower Seeds

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The Dahlia is a perennial plant that blooms in the fall. The Dahlia is a symbol of hope and joy.

There are many different types of Dahlias, with different colors, shapes, and sizes. They can be single or double-flowered, with petals that are pointed or rounded at the end.

Planting Instructions:

  1. Prepare the potting soil by mixing in peat moss, perlite, and compost.
  2. Fill the pot with the soil mixture and water it thoroughly until it is moist but not soggy.
  3. Place the Dahlia seeds on top of the moistened soil and cover them with a thin layer of soil or vermiculite to keep them from drying out while they are germinating.
  4. Keep the pot in a warm place (65-75 degrees Fahrenheit) until you see sprouts coming up through the surface of the soil or vermiculite, which can take anywhere from 2-6 weeks depending on your climate