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Dahlia 'Mystic Dreamer'

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Why We Love It

Dahlia 'Mystic Dreamer' is the definition of pink perfection.

Single, pale-pink flowers are delicately striped with dark pink and sport glowing yellow centres, held above stylish, mahogany coloured foliage.

A compact nature makes it a winner for patio pots and the front of summer borders. 'Mystic Dreamer' is part of the Dahlia Mystic series, bred for incredible flower power – with up to 100 flowers on a single plant over the season! These gorgeous sun-lovers attract plenty of bees and pollinators, too.

Planting Calendar

Plant in March, April, May, June, July, August.

Flowers in June, July, August, September, October.

Planting and Care

Plant Dahlia 'Mystic Dreamer' in full sun.

It grows well in moist, well-drained clay, loamy or sandy soil of any pH level.

Into the Ground

  1. Dig garden compost or well-rotted manure into the soil before planting.
  2. Water the plant thoroughly around an hour before planting.
  3. Make a hole that's slightly wider than the rootball but the same depth.
  4. Remove the temporary container and plant at the same height as it was growing in the pot.
  5. Firm in and water well.

Into a Pot

  1. Find a pot that’s twice the size of the rootball.
  2. Ensure it has plenty of drainage holes.
  3. Fill with good quality compost.
  4. Make a hole that’s slightly bigger than the rootball.
  5. Place the plant into the hole at soil level.
  6. Firm in and water well.

Product Specifications

FeaturesWildlife friendly, Can be harmful to pets
Current Height10 - 20 cm
Eventual Height50 cm
Eventual Spread50 cm
LocationBorder or bed, Terrace or balcony
Planting timeSpring, Summer
Effort LevelBit of love needed
Botanic NameDahlia 'Mystic Dreamer'
Flower ColourPink
Indoor / OutdoorOutdoor
Pot Diameter19 cm
Pot Volume3 L
Height30 cm
Code: SPRTL139032

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