Electric Flash Dahlia’s are well valued for their large spiky florets. Flowering up to 47 in tall they are very easy to grow and provide a rewarding display with very little effort. Plant the tubers with the main growing tips just below the surface of the soil. Firm the soil around the tubers, being careful not to damage them.
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.
The Red Norland Potato has a very smooth skin, bright white flesh, and good yields of medium to large sized consistent tubers. Not many red skin varieties work well for frying, but this one is perfect to do the trick! There are approximately 5-8 potato seed pieces per pound. Usually 3-4 potatoes that can be cut into more pieces to plant.