Dahlia Catherine Deneuve
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Dahlia Catherine Deneuve freely produces apricot/orange single blooms during late summer and autumn.
Only growing to 70cm, Dahlia Catherine Deneuve is shorter than many others makinig it a good choice for a windy garden.
The foliage colour is chocolate-brown and this beautifully compliments the burnt orange blooms.
Grow Dahlia Catherine Deneuve in full sun and in a well drained soil.
Dahlia Catherine Deneuve will reach about 70cm in height and is perfect for growing as a cut flower
Dahlia Catherine Deneuve will grow to about 70cms in height, and is very free flowering.
The flowers of Dahlia Catherine Deneuve are single and are thus loved by bees and other pollinating insects.
Can be grown equally well in pots or in the open ground
All Dahlias are tuberous, herbaceous perennials meaning that they will die back for the winter though they do keep flowering right into early winter when they eventually will succumb to the frosts.
They will thrive if planted in a humus rich, well drained soil in a position of full sun and shelter from high winds. They can be grown and enjoyed in pots or the open ground.
Have a look at this video where I show you just how easy it is to start off Dahlias and Begonias in pots
All the Dahlias that I supply are delivered in recycled/recyclable or compostable packaging.
All my Dahlia tubers are supplied to me loose in timber crates so that there is no plastic used and dumped in the supply of these Dahlia tubers.
Please Note: These are a pre season item and as such, if you are ordering items for immediate delivery along with pre season items, such as summer flowering perennials or Seed Potatoes, you will incur a separate delivery fee
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