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Red Barbarry Ball Dahlia Seeds

Red Barbarry Ball Dahlia Seeds

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Red barberry ball dahlia seeds are a stunning and exotic addition to any garden. These seeds produce dahlia plants with pom-pom-like blooms in a deep, rich red color that resembles the shade of ripe barberries. These flowers are perfect for cut arrangements, adding a pop of color to any room or event. Red barberry ball dahlia seeds require well-draining soil, full sunlight, and regular watering to grow into healthy and vibrant plants.


  • Type: Courtyard Plant
  • Quantity: 100 Pieces
  • Full-bloom Period: Spring
  • Flowerpot: Excluded
  • Cultivating Difficulty Degree: Regular
  • Use: Outdoor Plants
  • Style: Perennial
  • Climate: Temperate
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  • Species and varieties: The Red Barbarry Ball Dahlia belongs to the Dahlia genus, specifically the 'Barbarry Ball' variety. Dahlias are known for their diverse flower shapes and vibrant colors, and the Red Barbarry Ball Dahlia is no exception with its striking red blooms.
  • Hybrid or heirloom: The Red Barbarry Ball Dahlia is a hybrid variety, bred for its unique ball shape and intense red color. Hybrid varieties like this are often more disease-resistant and vigorous than their heirloom counterparts.
  • Pruning and training: Dahlias benefit from regular deadheading to encourage more blooms. Staking and tying may be necessary for taller varieties to support the heavy blooms.
  • Fertilization needs: Dahlias require a low nitrogen fertilizer. Too much nitrogen can lead to lush foliage but fewer blooms. A balanced fertilizer applied every few weeks during the growing season can help promote healthy growth and abundant flowering.
  • Hardiness zones: Dahlias are suitable for USDA hardiness zones 7 to 10. They prefer a sunny location and well-drained soil.
  • Climate requirements: Dahlias thrive in a climate with a long, warm growing season. They need full sun exposure for at least 6 to 8 hours each day. They are not frost-tolerant and should be lifted and stored in colder climates during winter.