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Looking for a standout addition to your garden? Look no further than the Dahlia Bishop of Canterbury. This tuber produces stunning cerise and purple flowers that pop against its dark, dramatic foliage. Perfect for attracting pollinators, this variety is also known for its prolific blooming, making it a great choice for container gardening. Don't miss your chance to add this beautiful, low-maintenance plant to your outdoor space.

Dahlia Bishop of Canterbury

Dispatched from mid March
  • Variety- Single 

    Height - 70 cm

    Spread - 50 cm

    Size of flower - 9cm

    Position - full sun


    Growing advice:


    Dahlia tubers can be potted up indoors in March/April to start them off early and planted out in the garden after the last frost. Alternatively, dahlia tubers can be planted directly outdoors once the threat of frost has passed.


    Find step by step growing instructions on our socials and join the Great Dahlia Beach Grow-along for 2024!

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