Elephant ears like to live in fertile soils with plenty of sun, water, and fertilizer. Elephant ear bulbs are heavy feeders, so if your plant isn't growing enough, you either need more heat or more nutrition.
One of the most unusual varieties we grow, flowers resemble double flowered echinacea. Each fuzzy buttercream center on this 4 inch anemone-shaped bloomer is surrounded by a ring of bright white petals. Loved by designers, the long-stemmed flowers are great for wedding work and last well in the vase. Plants bloom abundantly all season long.
Babylon Red's fiery red blossoms are more than twice the size of most other flowers. They're attention-getters in the garden and it takes just a few stems to make a stunning arrangement. This award-winning dahlia grows into a sturdy, 3 to 4 foot plant that will give you dozens of beautiful blooms month after month.