Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Terracotta

Terracotta Dahlia.
Identified flying object
Floats to our Earth
It’s a seasonal thing


Dahlia plants are amazing, another example of horticultural magic. 
The dinner plate types can grow a full metre high in just a few months while producing blooms almost 30 cm across.Underground, the same thing is happening. Should you decide to dig up your dahlia tubers at the end of the season, you'll be impressed with what's been happing under the soil surface. Expect to find clumps of potato-like tubers, which often can be divided into several pieces (and plants) for next year's garden. 
Could your garden use a little magic? Add a few dahlias ~ Bernard

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