Dahlias grow from tubers that are planted a few inches below the surface of the garden. Because of this, tubers rarely survive our harsh winters if they are left in the ground at the end of the season. Although some growers purchase new tubers each year, most people prefer to dig up this year’s crop in the fall, saving the tubers for the next year. Tubers can easily be successfully stored in a cool dry place over the winter, giving you healthy roots to plant next spring. Visit our website for information on NCW Dahlia Society, https://www.ncwdahlias.org/ and the American Dahlia Society webpage for information on growing dahlias: https://www.dahlia.org/tubers-2/
Two or three sentences. Why are you teaching this class? This is what will be read as your intro unless you prefer otherwise.
Members of the North Central Washington Dahlia Society have all been growing dahlias for years. It has been a labor of love for all of us, and we are committed to encouraging and assisting community members who want to learn more about growing dahlias in their gardens. We enjoy sharing ideas with anyone who is interested, and we learn a lot from you and from each other. Pybus has been a wonderful partner for the NCW Dahlia Society.
This class will be held virtually. Register using the link below and more details will be emailed prior to the event.