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How to Dig, Divide, and Store Dahlia Tubers

Length: 6:00
Produced By: Gary Junken

Dahlias have some of the most beautiful flowers of any garden plant available. They appear in every color of the rainbow but blue, and present over a dozen unique forms and variable sizes. Dahlias are also tender perennials that need protection from harsh winters and soil that is not well drained. In this video, Barbara Pierson, of White Flower Farm in Litchfield, Connecticut, demonstrates the best way to dig, divide, and store your dahlia tubers for winter to ensure that you will enjoy their fabulous blooms year after year.