Envision a spectacular dahlia of deep fuchsia with purplish-pink tips and winter white undertones and you have the ‘Caproz Pizzazz’ Dahlia. Growing to 3 feet tall with blooms 4-6” wide, the Caproz Pizzazz dahlia will bloom continuously from midsummer to first frost. This dahlia has local connections, introduced by a hybridizer in Mill Creek.
Dahlias are workhorse in any landscape, providing both height and bursts of color. The shorter varieties can be planted in the front of a border while the taller varieties are stunning in back of a landscape bed. The flowers on dahlias can be as small as powder puffs or as large as a dinner plate. Dahlias prefer to be planted in full sun but can thrive just as well in a location that gets only partial sun (at least 6 hours). Dahlias need well drained soil, and only need about an inch of water per week during the dry months. They make wonderful cut flowers and would delight any recipient who you gifted with a cheerful bouquet.
Come to Squak My. today to investigate and select your favorites dahlia bulbs. Our experienced staff will be able to assist you in selection and any other questions you may have.