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Dahlias are perennial plants that grow from tuberous roots and are easily propagated by digging them up and splitting the tubers. I'll show you the other benefits of splitting dahlia tubers.
As tubers age, they can become diseased or infected with pests. Removing any damaged or diseased portion of the tuber, helping to prevent disease.
When tubers are left undivided for too long, they can become crowded, which can result in stunted growth and reduced flowering. .
Each tuber section can be planted separately to produce a new plant. This can be a cost-effective way to increase your dahlia collection or to share your plants with others.
If you have a large dahlia plant that is taking up to much space in your garden, you can divide the tubers to create smaller plants.
Splitting dahlia tubers can help to renew older plants. As dahlia plants age, they can become less productive and less vigorous.
To learn how to split your dahlia tubers, visit the blog where I'll explain everything you need to know.
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