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Dahlia – Dahlightful® Sultry Scarlet – Dahlia variabilis

Garden Height
20 - 30
Spacing
12 - 16
Spread
20 - 24
Habit
Upright
Container Role
Thriller
Flower Size
Medium
Flower Colors
Red
Light Level
Sun
Proven Winners

The seductive pairing of deep dark foliage and sunset red, semi-double blooms is hard to resist inDahlightful™ Sultry Scarlet. Unlike some Dahlias, the Dahlightful™ series keeps on producing flowers from early through late in the season so you’ll have color longer in the garden. Standing 20-30” tall, they make fantastic thrillers in combination containers and also look great planted en masse in the landscape.

Features

The seductive pairing of deep dark foliage and sunset red, semi-double blooms is hard to resist inDahlightful™ Sultry Scarlet. Unlike some Dahlias, the Dahlightful™ series keeps on producing flowers from early through late in the season so you’ll have color longer in the garden. Standing 20-30” tall, they make fantastic thrillers in combination containers and also look great planted en masse in the landscape.

Attracts: Butterflies

Continuous Re-Bloom

Dead-Heading Not Necessary

Heat Tolerant

Long Blooming

Foliage Interest

Maintenance Notes

These dahlias were bred to not form tubers, which improves their earliness to perform and container performance.  However, if you do find tubers, they can be stored for replanting in the spring.  To dig and store tubers follow these directions. First, allow frost to kill the top of the plant then cut back the stems and dig the tubers. Wash off any soil and then allow the tubers to dry. Wrap dry tubers in newspapers or pack them in peat moss. Label each tuber or group of tubers so you know what they are come spring. Store tubers in a dark, cool (35 to 45 F) place. Do not allow tubers to freeze. Deadheading will encourage additional blooming.

Uses Notes

Great in landscape and large containers.

Maintenance Category Easy

Water Category Average

Bloom Time

Flower Form Container, Landscape

Soil Fertility Average Soil