How To Store Dahlia Tubers

How To Store Dahlia Tubers. Or wrap tubers in newspaper, and place in a box with good air circulation. You don't want to neglect your bulbs until the coming spring.

Digging, Dividing & Storing Dahlia Tubers
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You can place dry sheets of newspaper between layers of tubers. You don't want to neglect your bulbs until the coming spring. Once you’ve dug the tuber up, shake the dirt off and set.

You Can Also Store In Containers With Slightly Moist Vermiculite.

Place the wrapped pots in brown grocery bags and store them with other tubers. You may also try storing them in a heavy plastic bag with packing material or even a styrofoam ice chest. A dry cellar or cupboard in a cooler area of your home, such as a basement or attic, are all good areas to store dahlia bulbs.

You Can Place Dry Sheets Of Newspaper Between Layers Of Tubers.

You don't want to neglect your bulbs until the coming spring. Another option is to wrap individual tubers in plastic wrap. Or wrap tubers in newspaper, and place in a box with good air circulation.

If You Don’t Divide Your Dahlias In Fall, Lift Each Plant And Remove All Extraneous Soil From The Tubers In The Garden.

You can also take an extra step and sprinkle sulfur dust onto cleaned and dried tubers to prevent rot and deter fungus, then come spring plant them dust and all.