Dahlia-Silk Flower/Imitation Flower-ss105
Dahlia (Dahlia pinnata Cav.), also known as Dahlia, Peony, Oriental Chamomile, Dahlia, Sweet Potato Flower, Asteraceae, Dahlia, perennial herb, with huge rod-shaped roots. The stem is upright, multi-branched, 1.5-2 meters high, and sturdy. Native to Mexico, Mexicans regard it as a symbol of generosity and wealth, so they respect it as the national flower.
It is planted in most countries in the world, and new varieties have come out from time to time. According to statistics, there are more than 30,000 dahlia varieties, which is one of the most flower varieties in the world. Dahlia has a wide variety of colors and flower shapes. It is one of the world's famous flowers; it can also promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis, and has a certain medicinal value.
Requirements for lighting conditions
Dahlia likes half shade, too strong sunlight affects blooming, the light time is generally 10-12 hours, and direct sunlight should be avoided when cultivating seedlings.
Requirements for temperature conditions
Dahlia likes a cool climate. In late September, they bloom the largest, most colorful, and most prosperous, but they are not tolerant to frost. The stems and leaves wither immediately after the frost. During the growth period, the temperature requirements are not strict, 8~35℃ can grow, 15~25℃ is appropriate.
Requirements for moisture
Dahlias are not tolerant of drought and waterlogging. Generally, potted plants can be watered if the soil is dry, so that they can see dryness. In 2113 rainy days, they can be drained (ground plants do not need to be watered frequently).
Requirements for soil
Dahlia is suitable for cultivation in fertile sandy soil with loose soil and good drainage
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