tree dahlias

William Aley via pbs
Tue, 12 Mar 2019 15:57:11 PDT
Hi Ken 
I’m in Washington and have had success with my tree dahlias but not blooming I picked up plants from Tony when I lived in MD and have been able to keep them alive for several years, the last two years have been in NC’s heat. But not any flowers yet. I remember seeing them easily 3 meters when I was at university in Melbourne when they do get 35 C heat. 
I think they are very fascinating and look forward to a second story window with flowers blooming in early Nov. 
all the best 

Will Aley 
Washington, NC

> On Mar 12, 2019, at 3:10 PM, Ken Traynham <> wrote:
> Wow.  Coincidentally, my wife and I just returned from a garden tour in
> beautiful New Zealand.  I've sent a note to Dr. Hammett, but do you think
> the hybrid tree dahlias would do well here in hot and muggy North Carolina
> (USDA Zone 7a) where the temperature very seldom goes below 0 degrees
> Fahrenheit?  I am also interested in any other plants he might have, but I
> don't know where to start.  I would appreciate any advice you can give.
> Thanks,
> Ken Traynham
>> On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 3:00 PM Diane <> wrote:
>> I am growing hybrid tree dahlias from Dr Keith Hammett in New Zealand.  He
>> is sold out for this year, though.
>> Diane Whitehead
>> Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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