Learning to Grow: Dahlia days of summer
August 6, 2016 - garden totes
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Once we have grown a slight for storing dahlias, a plants can be enjoyed year after year. They really frequency rise diseases and mostly grow faster than insects can eat a leaves. For me, their lofty displays keep me bending on given them year after year.
Jim Stendler is a University of Illinois Extension master gardener for Kane County. The “Learning to Grow” mainstay runs weekly during warmer months of a year. Call a prolongation bureau during 630-584-6166 for some-more information. Feedback on this mainstay can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.