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Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk

Our orange pride from the bulb region...

From the heart of the bulb region comes the dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk. A large, well-filled orange dahlia with somewhat pointed petals. Beautiful to plant alone or to combine with other dahlia varieties.

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€ 19,95 1x Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk - 5 tubers
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  • Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk tubers

The dahlia tubers are individually packaged in bags. Each bag contains 1 tuber. Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk is available from 5 bags. Each bag includes a short planting guide with care instructions. Great to plant alone or to create your own mix.

A dahlia tuber grows into a plant of 30-50 cm wide and produces several new flowers during the season. The tubers are of the highest quality and come with a 100% bloom guarantee.

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Our orange pride from the bulb region...

From the heart of the bulb region comes the dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk. A large, well-filled orange dahlia with somewhat pointed petals. Beautiful to plant alone or to combine with other dahlia varieties.

characteristics

plants from
plants from April and May
bloom:
bloom: July until October
location:
location: sun
flower height:
flower height: 100-110 cm

care tips

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Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk: Orange Splendor for Your Garden

Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk is a generous addition to any garden. With its striking orange flowers and lush, well-filled petals, this dahlia is a real eye-catcher. But that's not all - it also grows very tall, up to 1 to 1.10 meters.

Planting Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk

Before you can enjoy the most beautiful flowers, you need to have a little patience. The colourful journey begins with the planting of the tuber of Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk. Plant in the spring, but always wait until the frost period is over, usually in May. Choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-draining soil. Dig a hole about twice as deep as the size of the dahlia tuber and add some organic compost to encourage growth. Place the tuber with the eye facing up in the hole and ensure that the tip just protrudes above ground level. Water the tuber generously and keep the soil moist for the first few months.

Care of Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk

Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk doesn't ask for much, but a little care will result in beautiful flowers. Water regularly, especially during dry periods, and fertilize the plant every month. Regularly remove wilted flowers to promote new blooming.

Overwintering and Preparing for a New Year

To get Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk safely through the winter, wait until the frost has wilted the leaves. Carefully dig up the tubers, gently shake off the soil, and store them in a cool, dark, and frost-free place. It is important to water them occasionally to prevent drying out. If you live on sandy soil, you can also try to leave them in the ground during the winter. Cover the ground with some old leaves.

Dahlia Glorie van Noordwijk is an impressive dahlia. With the right care and attention, this orange beauty will bloom larger and brighter each year. Make it bloom!