Dahlia Decorative ‘Musette’

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‘Musette’ is a miniature bicolour Dahlia with compact red petals and flicks of white at the tips. The scoped and rounded petals give the ‘Musette’ its perfectly rounded shape. ‘Musette’ Dahlias are the perfect height for garden borders and have a glorious effect when planted together in pots.

Easy To Grow, Attract Butterflies, Good For Cut Flowers, Good For Containers

  • Attracts butterflies
  • Plant in Spring for flowers in the Summer
  • Adds a pop of colour to any garden
  • Good cut grow flowers

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Planting
•Plant in spring after the last frost.
•If you cannot plant your bulbs and perennials right away, store them in a cool, dry, dark location, like a basement.
•Plant the Dahlia with the crown 5 cm (2 in) below the soil surface and 50 to 60 cm (20 to 24 in) apart.
•Water thoroughly after planting.

Growing
•Pinch shoot tips twice to encourage fullness, first after 2 or 3 sets of leaves have developed, and again after a few weeks.
•These bulbs like a lot of water.
•Dahlias love to be fed. Fertilize your Dahlia regularly.

Taking Care
•Dahlias will bloom the entire summer.
•Remove all spent flowers with clippers to boost further flower production. The more you cut, the more they bloom.
•Stake taller varieties.
•After flowering, the leaves should be allowed to die down. The leaves will gather sunlight and provide nourishment for next year's show.

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Planting
•Plant in spring after the last frost.
•If you cannot plant your bulbs and perennials right away, store them in a cool, dry, dark location, like a basement.
•Plant the Dahlia with the crown 5 cm (2 in) below the soil surface and 50 to 60 cm (20 to 24 in) apart.
•Water thoroughly after planting.

Growing
•Pinch shoot tips twice to encourage fullness, first after 2 or 3 sets of leaves have developed, and again after a few weeks.
•These bulbs like a lot of water.
•Dahlias love to be fed. Fertilize your Dahlia regularly.

Taking Care
•Dahlias will bloom the entire summer.
•Remove all spent flowers with clippers to boost further flower production. The more you cut, the more they bloom.
•Stake taller varieties.
•After flowering, the leaves should be allowed to die down. The leaves will gather sunlight and provide nourishment for next year’s show.