In this webinar Robert Evans from Pheasant Acre plants an Award-winning Dahlia Expert shared his knowledge on these wonderful plants.
Rob talked about the pros and cons from starting dahlias from tubers and cuttings, the techniques to do this successfully and explaining how to get the best results.
He offered Hints and tips for growing on through the season looking at the best conditions for them to grow, feeding regimes to achieve optimum flowering, how best to support and care required for winter.
The webinar finished with a Q&A.
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