Dahlia ‘Bishop of Canterbury’

£5.75

Suitable for:

  • Borders
  • Gardens
  • Beds
  • Cut Flowers
  • Patio Pots

Sold as plants only.

Dahlia plants can only be supplied in multiples of 3.
3 separate varieties can be chosen.

94 in stock

Description

Bishop of Canterbury was first introduced from the Netherlands in 2002. This Paeony class ‘Bishop’ variety has deep purplish plum red flowers, dark stems and foliage. It is suitable for use in borders, in patio pots and containers and is attractive in the house as a cut flower. It is attractive to bees and other pollinators.

Additional information

Hardiness

H3: Half-hardy – mild winter

Planting Period

May to June

Soil Type

Well-drained, Humus-rich

Location

Full sun

Planting Depth (cm)

20

Planting Spacing (cm)

60

Flowering Period

From June until the first Frost

Height (cm)

100

Flower Size (cm)

5 – 10

Flower Colour

Dark Red

Foliage Colour

Dark

Delivery Dates

From April until June

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