Plant care best practices
Dahlia plants are easy to grow. They thrive well in full sun. Keeping them in full sunlight is always good. They also need good watering. The watering needs to be done once every week with deep watering. As they need good amounts of fertilizers, giving organic manure once every month is advised. Too much of a cold will harm them. As they are small plants, they can be easily moved from one place to another and kept for sunlight, warmth etc. It’s a relatively easy plant to grow.
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||8 inches|
|Plant spread||0.5 feet|
Once received, keep the plant in an open space where there is full sunlight and air. Keep it watered.
Planting medium needs
The soil needs to be fertile and well drained. A good mix of organic fertilizers is needed. Good loamy soil is best
Once a week. Keeping the soil moist. Do not overwater.
Once a month with organic fertilizers.
Pests : Use neem oil when seen.
Extreme high temperature : The leaves might get burned and fall off.