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Dahlias (C 576)

Summary

Dahlias are among the most spectacular flowers you can grow in your garden. Hundreds of varieties are available, with flower sizes ranging from 1 to 14 inches in diameter. Almost any color except true
blue can be produced in Georgia. In exchange for their beauty, dahlias require dedicated care. Most of them need special soil preparation, staking, watering during dry periods, disbudding and a
strict insect control program. This publication contains information about successfully growing dahlias in Georgia.

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Published with minor revisions on Jan 31, 2012