November 02, 2022 209 Comments
Each spring we plant one individual tuber. These potato looking fingers grow more within the soil, so that by fall, we can dig them up and divide. One tuber might yield 6 or more new tubers that can then again be planted. This process repeats itself every year.
Nothing about harvesting dahlia tubers is short work. It takes us weeks to get everything out of the ground and prepared for winter storage. Every clump is hand dug with a pitchfork, rinsed, cured, divided, and finally, put into storage where they receive daily checks.
CLOSED! Congratulations to Sabrina! Winner receives a box of a dozen your-choice dahlias from our collection. To enter, simply leave a comment below and share what new flower varieties you hope to grow this year.
*Please note, this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. The winner will be announced Saturday, Nov 5th before the sale.PREVIEW THE COLLECTION HERE
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January 24, 2023
Starting seeds can be a tricky business. You've got your little pots, your soil, and your hope for a bountiful harvest, but sometimes it feels like the odds are against you. Maybe your seedlings are too leggy or too damp, or maybe they're just not germinating at all. But don't despair, fellow gardener! We've all been there, and we've got the solution to your seed starting woes. In this blog post, we'll be sharing our foolproof seed starting setup that will have you well on your way to a successful gardening season. So put down that seed packet, grab a cup of coffee, and let's get started!
January 12, 2023 6 Comments
Before we get too deep into the New Year, I am taking some time to reflect on all that has happened during the previous year. It can be easy to just look ahead, but taking a moment to reflect on the past can help us to appreciate all that we have accomplished and set intentions for the future.