Dahlias are one of the easiest cut-flower crops you can grow. Follow the easy steps below to have a bounty of your very own!
After all danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed, plant your dahlias 4 inches deep with the eye facing upward. Do not water your tubers until greenery has emerged from the soil. This helps to prevent your tubers from rotting.
To ensure more blooms, pinch the center of your plants when they reach blank inches tall.