pbs Digest, Vol 98, Issue 14

CGeat25049@aol.com CGeat25049@aol.com
Thu, 10 Mar 2011 18:30:10 PST

You can  carefully divide the tuber "cluster" vertically down through the 

taking care to keep a portion of the main stem with each tuber,  preferably 

the plant starts shooting so you get 1 or more new  shoots on each 
division. Or 

 I have never heard of dividing the cluster through the stem to  propagate 
a dahlia I understood that you had to examine the tubers of the  cluster 
looking for an eye and then that tuber , detached ,would grow a new  plant. I 
am doing them from seed right now. I have Fireworks blooming  from  seed and 
somewhere amongst my thousands of plant sI probably have the Collarette  
variety and cactus flowered as well.   

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