Dinnerplate Dahlias

For Mother’s Day Scott gave me some dahlia tubers which were aptly named dinner plate dahlias. Since our pesky groundhog has returned and was ravenously eating it’s leaves and knocking over the stocks I had to cut the flowers and bring them in before it was completely destroyed. Check out the size of these blooms!


I’m going to try and save these tubers over the winter.  Any tips?

~ Lora

~ Lor

About Lora

I am a 40 something wife to my patient and talented husband Scott, Mom to my five children (from toddler to teen) and oldest sister to eight siblings. I am interested in too many things, love to read everything around me, and have developed a strong interest in design and renovation along with my husband. I am conservative, Christian, and by the grace of God, trying to find His way through the ups and downs of my life.
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1 Response to Dinnerplate Dahlias

  1. Ada kiefte says:

    dig them out after the first frost.& put them in a dry place to dry. maybe put some that plant dust on them so they don’t get moldy

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