A sport of the popular show bench variety “Fairway Spur” that has been around since 2008. The giant blooms are an unusual blend of pink, peach and bronze. Its growing habit is identical to its parent and it makes a good exhibition variety which does best when restricted to 2-3 stems per plant and disbudded to 4-5 pairs below the terminal bud. Growing to approximately 1.2 m the flowers can reach up to 38 cm across, often used in Championship winning exhibits.
|Classification:||Giant Decorative Dahlia|
|Colour:||Pink, peach and bronze blends|
|Flower size:||250-380 mm|
|Stopping:||Early to mid-June at 3-4 pairs of leaves|
|Disbudding:||For exhibition the general rule is 1st 3-4 pairs of buds below the terminal bud should be removed|
|Plant spacing:||For exhibition: 2 row bed. 60 x 60cm apart with 1.2m between beds.|
For garden: 50-60cm between plants