Summer Pudding Dahlia Collection

I love that moment when you slice into a summer pudding and all those colours, of strawberries, blackberries, red and blackcurrants and raspberries, run out onto the plate. That's what you've got with this dahlia collection. More
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I love that moment when you slice into a summer pudding and all those colours, of strawberries, blackberries, red and blackcurrants and raspberries, run out onto the plate. That’s what you’ve got with this slice of our Perch Hill dahlia garden, all excellent cut flower varieties with good vase lives.

This collection contains 1 or 2 tubers each of:
  • Dahlia 'Rip City'
  • Dahlia 'Soulman'
  • Dahlia 'Bishop of Auckland'
  • Dahlia 'Chat Noir'
  • Dahlia 'Ambition'
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Genus Dahlia
Group/Species Anemone Group,

Centre compromises of dense elongated tubes rather than a disc. The outer parts have one or more rings of flattened petals. Click here for more information about dahlia groups.

Miscellaneous Group,

Orchid-flowered and Peony-flowered types are classified as Miscellaneous. Also includes Double Orchid-flowered, Bishop, Mini Bishop and Star dahlias. Click here for more information about dahlia groups.

Semi-cactus Group

Fully double blooms, with very pointed petals, almost spiky in appearance. Click here for more information about dahlia groups. 

Variety Ambition, Bishop of Auckland, Chat Noir, Rip City, Soulman
Type Tender Perennial Tuber
Common Name Dahlia
Border Position Back, Middle
Bulb Size I
Soil Type Acid, Chalky, Fertile, Neutral
Site Full Sun
Moisture Moist but Well-drained
Height 1m (3ft 3in)
Spacing Plant just under the soil surface, 75cm (30in) apart.
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Pot them up undercover March or early April in a generous pot (at least 2 litre) filled with multi-purpose potting compost. Place them in a light, frost-free environment and keep the compost moist. Pinch out their growing tips when they have reached about 20cm (8in) tall. They will have formed bushy plants by the time the frosts have ended and will be in flower by the beginning of July. If you don’t have anywhere to grow the potted tubers, you can put them straight into the ground when the frosts are nearly over, mulching them or protecting with a cloche or protective horticultural fleece if the foliage appears before the frosts are over, but this will delay flowering.
Flowering July - November
Vase Life Flower production: 5 months
Cooking Notes All dahlia flowers are edible. I use the petals scattered over salad and to decorate a range of puddings.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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