Introduced in 1952 by Weijers (Holland). A very free flowering garden Dahlia producing cardinal red flowers on strong wiry stems almost continually. Growing to 1.2 m this variety will also do well in pots using a 30 cm pot as a minimum with ideally John Innes No.2. Like all Dahlias, keep well fed and regularly dead head.
|Classification:||Small Cactus Dahlia|
|Suitable for:||Cut flower and Garden Display|
|Awards:||Award of Garden Merit|
|Stopping:||Stop at 5-6 pairs at the end of June.|
|Disbudding:||Disbud lightly, 1 pair for garden and cutting|
|Plant Spacing:||Spacing 50-60 cm square for both exhibition and garden use.|