Beautiful, Vibrant Dahlias

Home Grow Dahlias

Home Grow Dahlias

 

Home Grow Dahlias

Home Grow Dahlias

Home Grow Dahlias

Hello everyone!

I hope your first week of September went well, especially if you were getting back into the groove of the school run!

I came back from the allotment the other week with this haul of fiery dahlias.  I make no apology for the countless dahlia snaps – they are truly majestic, there is no other bloom like them.  Next year I will also grow some paler, blush coloured blooms, including the elusive Café au Lait dahlia, to act as a calm backdrop for these other more intense shades.  My top tip for growing dahlias has to be – and I’m afraid it’s not glamorous! – the addition of well rotted horse manure to the soil.  Yes, horse manure!  But, I really think that’s what propelled my blooms this year to super star status, and I shall be doing the same this winter.  In fact I did it quite late this year, I forked it in towards the end of the spring.  It must be well rotted though, to avoid burning your plants.

I am heading off to London early tomorrow morning, to take part in my panel about social media tomorrow at Paperfest.  I must confess, I’m feeling pretty calm about it right now, but I’m sure I will be more nervous in the morning!

If you haven’t already done so, I would be so very grateful if you could please vote for this blog, which is up for an Interior Blog Award.  The deadline is next Friday, and I’m up  against 70 odd other blogs, so I fear my chances are very slim of making it through to the shortlist.  It would be amazing to make it through to the final though, every vote counts, and it only takes a minute.  You can vote for me here, thank you so much.

I’m excited because the first of my big projects that I have been working on recently, goes to print.  I will of course share it with you here as soon as it’s out!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend folks!

Tamsyn x

4 Comments

  1. Julie
    9th September 2017 / 11:35 pm

    Hello Tamsyn, I have just popped across to the link & voted for you 🙂 I shall think of you next week as I am planting my dahlia bulbs … it is spring here in my part of the globe but you would not think so … it is still so wet! I have bought some new dahlia bulbs this year in some lovely colours so fingers crossed, I get some beautiful blooms like yours are !!!!

    • tamsynmorgans
      13th September 2017 / 12:14 pm

      Hello Julie! Firstly, thank you so much for taking the time to vote, that’s so very kind of you! Ah how wonderful that you are only now entering spring, you have so much colour ahead of you, I hope your dahlias give you as much pleasure as mine have this year xx

    • tamsynmorgans
      13th September 2017 / 12:15 pm

      Hello lovely! You are so kind, thank you so much! I hope you’re having a lovely week despite the blustery weather! xx

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