- Dramatic flowers
- Great for containers
- Use in sunny borders
With dramatic white flowers that resemble see urchins dipped in purple at the tips, Dahlia Dutch Explosion has lots of long velvety petals on flowers that bloom from July until late summer or autumn if the weather is particularly mild.
The captivating blooms of Dahlia Dutch Explosion look stunning in a number of garden displays; choose to grow them in a border with flowers in hot shades of red and orange. Alternatively position them in the middle of pots as centrepieces. Dutch Explosion brings in beneficial pollinators like honeybees so you’ll be doing your bit to improve biodiversity in your garden and beyond.
Dutch Explosion thrives in moist, well-drained soil and loves full sunshine place. Give Dutch Explosion these conditions and you will be rewarded with cactus-type dahlias in abundance.
Dutch Explosion is a contender for cut flowers for vases; put with the structural leaves of eucalyptus or if you choose to put them in vases.
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