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If you've heard of "tree dahlias" these are the plants being referenced. Maturing to a huge 8-18 feet in a single season, Dahlia Imperialis looks like nothing you've ever seen before. Six inch pink flowers are held in loose groups that are 2-3 feet across. Plant where growing season are very long (or extend the season by starting indoors) - these dahlias need 7-8 months to blooms. Some gardeners grow for the bamboo-like stems and use for landscape effect. Happy in mild West Coast locations where they grow with wild abandon.
Dahlia tubers can be saved, divided and shared. Click on the Dahlia Planting Guide button, right, for details and growing tips.
|Common Name:||Dahlia Imperialis, tree dahlia, bell tree dahlia|
|Growing Zones:||Grow in zones 4-8S/9W, lift and store tubers indoors for winter where ground freezes|
|Sun/Shade:||Full sun, 3/4 day sun in south|
|Flower Color:||6" lavender pink blooms on VERY tall plants|
|Height:||8-18 feet tall|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||#1 multi-eyed tuber/bulb clumps, Finding Dahlia Eyes|
|Season:||Summer into fall|
|Bloom Timing:||Late fall to early winter|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Dahlia Planting Guide|
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