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Dahlia Form (dahlia species): Dahlias like full sun with a rich and moist well draining soil. continue to care for the plant after the bloom is spent until the foliage yellows and dies back. Dig up the tuber in areas where winter frost is common and store in a cool, dry place. Replant in spring. For more information on the various forms, here is an excellent resource: http://shop.dansdahlias.com/Dahlias-by-Style_c4.htm

Dahlia Form (dahlia species): Dahlias like full sun with a rich and moist well draining soil. continue to care for the plant after the bloom is spent until the foliage yellows and dies back. Dig up the tuber in areas where winter frost is common and store in a cool, dry place. Replant in spring. For more information on the various forms, here is an excellent resource: http://shop.dansdahlias.com/Dahlias-by-Style_c4.htm

Dahlia (dahlia): This is a tender plant that grows from a tuber.  Where there is significant winter frost, it's best to dig the tubers and store them indoors in a cool, dry, frost-free place after the flowers are spent and the foliage yellows and dies back. Popular as a cut flower in arrangements. Needs full sun and regular water. Comes in a variety of sizes, shapes and a rainbow of colors, depending on the cultivar.   Hi Lindsay, Dahlias thrive in full sun, and also benefits from relief…

Dahlia (dahlia): This is a tender plant that grows from a tuber. Where there is significant winter frost, it's best to dig the tubers and store them indoors in a cool, dry, frost-free place after the flowers are spent and the foliage yellows and dies back. Popular as a cut flower in arrangements. Needs full sun and regular water. Comes in a variety of sizes, shapes and a rainbow of colors, depending on the cultivar. Hi Lindsay, Dahlias thrive in full sun, and also benefits from relief…

Indian Blanket (gaillardia pulchella): G. pulchella bears abundant red, orange, yellow sunburst flowers. Can cover an entire field, and with regular rain will bloom multiple times in a season. Found along roadsides and prairies, but there are also cultivars as well. Great for drought tolerant plantings. Will reseed. Native to the southwest. Does best in full sun with moderate water once established.

Indian Blanket (gaillardia pulchella): G. pulchella bears abundant red, orange, yellow sunburst flowers. Can cover an entire field, and with regular rain will bloom multiple times in a season. Found along roadsides and prairies, but there are also cultivars as well. Great for drought tolerant plantings. Will reseed. Native to the southwest. Does best in full sun with moderate water once established.

Firewheels (gaillardia pulchella): Gaillardia pulchella (firewheel, Indian blanket, Indian blanketflower, or sundance), is a North American species of short-lived perennial or annual flowering plants in the sunflower family. It is native to northern Mexico (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León, Sonora, Tamaulipas) and the southern and central United States from Arizona east to Florida and the Carolinas and north as far as Nebraska. It is also naturalized in scattered locations in other parts of…

Wildflower Seeds: Blanket Flower (Gaillardia) Native Flowers (and the bees like it too-- but would you want THAT particular honey on your toast?

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