Dahlias are a great addition to any beautiful garden as they provide vibrant colors and attraction to the garden. You can plant dahlias of different colors at different parts of the garden and also there is no need to plant them every year. Dahlias have a hardy stem and the color, size or shape would suit any gardening need.
Dahlias normally have a long bloom period, which is from summer through fall. You can also grow them all year long in conservatories. Seek advice from experts like Ace Glass Southern; a Brighton, Worthing and West Sussex firm that specialises in double glazing and sash windows for conservatories. They come in assortment of colors, shapes and sizes. You can find diverse varieties of dahlias – the sizes of the flower ranging from 2 to 12 inches. The plants of dahlia can be 1foot to 7 feet tall! Generally they spring when the threat of frost vanishes. Dahlias like full sun, however if you are planting them in an extremely hot climate then you can grow them in little shade. These plants have to be watered regularly like all other flower plants.
Gardeners from various countries chose Pacific Rim Dahlia to grace their landscapes, homes and garden plots as it is one of the highest blooming flowers in cultivation. Many gardeners grow dahlias solely as a decorative plant while some others grow them as cut flowers for artistic arrangement.