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Spacing - Dahlias and Freesia

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Spacing - Dahlias and Freesia

Post  Cropper2 on 4/24/2010, 2:41 pm

I've been given "clumps" of dahlias and freesia, but I have no idea how to space them. Any thoughts?

Also, do I break apart the clumps or does one clump equal one plant?

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Re: Spacing - Dahlias and Freesia

Post  mckr3441 on 4/27/2010, 11:05 pm

There are several good sites available on the internet to help you with both dahlia and freesia transplanting. Try googling transplant dahlias/freesia.

Are you going to put them in your SFG? I would love to know how that works. I haven't had tuber dahlias in years and have been thinking about putting them in the SFG as it would make them so much easier to take out in the fall.

Would the box have to be deeper? I can't remember how deep I planted those tubers.

Keep us informed on your progress.

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