English Name: Dahlia
German Name: Dahlie
Latin Name: Dahlia hortensis
Number of variant: 4
Dahlias originate in Central America and were already cultivated by the Aztecs. Today there are plenty of cultivated varieties in different sizes and shapes. Dahlias can be propagated from seeds, cuttings, or vegetative division of the tubers. Dahlias are frost-sensitive; you should dig the tubers up before the ground freezes and store them in a cool and dry place during the winter. The colorful blossoms of Dahlia appear from midsummer until the autumn frosts.
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