Plume and Furrow Dahlia Bundle

If this Dahlia Bundle was a mixtape, we'd play it all the time. Designed by Kim Hamil of Plume and Furrow. Kim & Grant Hamil steward an acre of land in Lyons, CO, running their flower farm. They grow over two thousand dahlia plants per summer, and this dahlia bundle highlights their favorites.

Dahlias are towering beauties of the summer garden, coming into bloom around mid-summer to steal the show with a stunning array of colors and shapes.

Includes 3 full clumps of tubers, with planting instructions and wooden plant markers: Sweet Nathalie, Mambo, and Polka Dahlia.

Plant Info
Botanical Name
Dahlia pinnata
4 ft when full grown
12" between plants
Full sun or part shade
Grows everywhere in the USA (annual in zones 2-6, tender perennial in zones 7-11)
Kids & Pets & Deer
Mildly toxic to pets, however the petals (and tubers!) are edible. Deer Resistant
Water regularly once it begins to grow
Indoor & Pots
Grows well in containers outside
Growing Info
How to Plant Dig a hole about 8-12" deep and mix in compost if you have it. For planting the clump whole, the tuber clump should be fully covered in dirt, but the stem should be sticking out. For planting a single tuber, lay the tuber on its side horizontally 2-4" deep. Cover with soil and gently compress to make your dahlias nice and snug. Mark the spot with support (a stake or tomato trellis works well) for the big blooms to come. Tubers are prone to rot, so only water if the soil is very dry, otherwise leave it be until it starts to grow.
Where to Plant Find a place that gets mostly sun, and space the tubers about 12" apart
When to Plant Late spring once the soil has warmed up
When to Expect Blooms Late summer until your first hard frost
Care Instructions Water regularly once they start to sprout, and then give them regular water. Pick the flowers regularly to encourage more blooms. They are sensitive to frost, so make sure to wait until any threat of frost has passed before planting outside
Extra Credit When the plant is about 12" tall you can pinch it back, (which is to clip off the first main middle bud), so that the plant is encouraged to be bushier and more full of blooms as it matures. After your first frost, you can dig up your tubers and store them someplace cool and dark to replant the following spring. Our plant care page has detailed instructions on Dahlia digging, dividing, and storing
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  • For Dahlias do you break apart the tubers or plant as a clump?

    You can do either! If you do 'divide' make sure each division has a part of the 'neck' and a growing eye. You can also plant the whole clump, and in the fall you'll have a huge clump of tubers that will make sense to divide.

  • do you break apart the tubers when planting or plant as a clump?

    You can do either! The number of tubers in a clump really depends on the variety, but you can generally count on at least one division - or play it safe and plant the whole clump together and you can divide a massive clump in the fall!