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Dahlia - Bishop of Canterbury (1 per Pack)

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Dahlia Bishop of Canterbury is a dark pink peony flower. This bee friendly plant is perfect for borders or as a bedding plant, and is great for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.

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    Dahlia - Bishop of Canterbury (1 per Pack)

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    Price £ 3.99

    Short description

    Dahlia Bishop of Canterbury is a dark pink peony flower. This bee friendly plant is perfect for borders or as a bedding plant, and is great for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.

    This item is out of stock online, please call us for instore availability on 015395 63630.

    Please enter your email address below to be notified when an item is back in stock online.

    •  Free delivery for a limited time
      Exclusions apply. Click here for more info
       
    •  All orders will be delivered within 3 - 7 days.
      Click and collect is available on all orders. Order now for collection within as little as 2 hours.
    •  Contact Us. 015395 63630 
    Dahlia - Bishop of Canterbury (1 per Pack)
    Dahlia - Bishop of Canterbury (1 per Pack)
    Price £ 3.99

    Dahlia - Bishop of Canterbury (1 per Pack)

    • Colour: Pink
    • Flowering time: All Summer Long
    • Flowering height: 90cm/36 inches
    • Planting depth: 15cm/6 inches
    • Planting distance: 60cm/24 inches
    • Planting time: March Onwards
    • Soil/position: Any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material. Sunny sites away from strong winds.
    • Application: Border or bedding plant, good for cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony.

    Expert's tip: For early flowering, tubers may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out the sprouted tubers. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only