|Statement||Photos. by Roche|
|LC Classifications||SB413.D13 W32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||54005377|
“Stuff Every Gardener Should Know [is] a handy little reference book that’s perfect for gardeners of all ages and experience.”—Oyster Bay Enterprise-Pilot Book Description This handy little gift book is the perfect pocket guide to your garden! In this delightful and profusely illustrated encyclopedia, noted hybridizer and nurseryman Bill McClaren provides an authoritative account of garden-worthy dahlias for every garden design. Nearly selections are included, complete with notes on their history, awards, and cultural peculiarities/5(21). aden + anais Swaddle Blanket, Boutique Muslin Blankets for Girls & Boys, Baby Receiving Swaddles, Ideal Newborn & Infant Swaddling Set, Perfect Shower Gifts, 4 . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walker, Marian C. Dahlias for every garden. New York, M. Barrows  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Small dahlias are perfect for windowboxes. These to inch plants bloom for a long time and remain fairly compact. You can also use them at the edge of a border or in pots and planters. Planting. Dahlias grow and flower best in a well drained, sunny site. They like warm weather and will not tolerate frost, so don't rush to plant them outdoors. I don’t dig up dahlias to store them at the end of the summer. I’ve been growing dahlias for fifteen years, and I only dug a few up once. But the dahlias I’ve left in the ground, year after year, have filled our late-summer borders with glorious colour. All these dahlias were planted between eight and three years ago. Gardening With Dahlias This section of the ADS web site features dahlias that do well in gardens and will need little effort or maintenance. The categories for this purpose include general garden type dahlias, dahlias well suited for cut flower use, and low growing border/container dahlias. Draws ON Mcclaren's 50 Years of Experience in Growing Dahlias., Every dahlia lover will gain years of reference and enjoyment from Bill McClaren's definitive encyclopedia., A treasure trove of photographs and brief descriptions, and information on growing, propagating, history, and hybridization., An excellent read about using dahlias for any garden size, whether a single pot on a patio or an 5/5(2).
With 18 different flower shapes in every color but blue and ranging in height from 1 to 7 feet tall, dahlias (Dahlia cvs.) work well with a variety of other plants. They grow as perennials in U.S. The Plant Lover’s Guide to Dahlias is packed with everything you need to know to grow these fantastic flowers including tips on using dahlias in garden design, growth and propagation information, and lists of where to buy the plants and where to view them in public gardens. The bulk of the book is devoted to profiles for over varieties Pages: One thing all dahlia lovers have in common is a shortage of growing space. No matter how big your garden is, there are always more must-have varieties than you have room for. Last spring, I filled up my cutting garden and perennial beds with plants I had started in my greenhouse and still had 6 or 8 extra dahlias. I could have given them away. Color for Every Season. This guide is for any gardener who longs for color in every season! Learn how to plant for a succession of blooms developed by American horticulturist Henry Francis du Pont in his garden. This book includes details on flowers, shrubs, and trees that have all stood the test of time.