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Planting Guide - Dahlia Bulbs

History tells us that Spaniards reported finding the plants growing in Mexico in 1525, where the tubers were used as a source of food by the indigenous peoples. Once European royalty go their hands on this new beauty, they sent seeds, cuttings and tubers to botanists and nurserymen to grow in their gardens. As expected, the rapidly growing number of dahlia species began to swell. Today, at least 85 species have been reported, with approximately 25 of these first reported from the wild in Mexico. As professionals and home enthusiasts have hybridized them throughout the years, dahlia blooms have become showier and down-right awe inspiring.
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