Dahlia Alfred Grille - Tuber

Was £4.49. Now £2.69

  • Good in pots and containers
  • Varieties suitables for cutting
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Flowers in summer and autumn
  • Look great in vases and containers
  • Blooms with beauty
  • Rain and wind hardy

Look forward to dazzling dahlia Alfred Grille in your garden that reveals coral pink and yellow flowers with petals in excess of around 50 to give your garden big and bold flowers from large, attractive buds starting from July and lasting to the first frosts in autumn or winter.

With particularly strong stems Alfred Grille keeps upright even in autumnal storms when winds are high and rainfall all too common.

Plant dahlia Alfred Grille as the star performer in your flower bed, shoulder to shoulder with dramatic flowers with conspicuous colours and interesting textures .We recommend planting with red dahlias, rudbeckias and hot-coloured salvias to emphasise your late-summer flower display.

Alternatively plant your tuber in the centre of a container; Dahlia Alfred Grille makes an effective focal plant with nearby shorter grasses and bedding flowers like petunias and busy Lizzies.

Useful Tip:

When you receive your bulb-like tuber, plant straight away in a pot filled with a specially-formulated bulb compost like Dalefoot Wool Compost for Bulbs. If you plan to plant in a bed, just add a spadeful or two per square metre of the Wool Compost into the top layer of the existing soil.

If you can’t plant the tuber straight away leave it somewhere cool, dark and airy like an unheated shed. Look to planting your bulb within five to seven days.

If you fancy bringing some outdoors in, cut the stems off some of your plants for vase displays in your home. Use a good sharp pair of secateurs and enjoy a little floristry without breaking the bank.

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Catalogue Number 5100-8096
  • Quantity 1x Dahlia Tuber
  • Height Up To: 80cm (32in)
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