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Apr 16, 2020 1:52 PM CST
Name: LeeAnn
Zone 6b, Pennsylvania
PnC tubers can be a bugger. Figured out that it can't be a tuber that sits around. It gets divided first and into the 43*, 90% root cellar immediately. However I still can't get Snoho Doris to store well for me. I can always squeak by with enough ugly looking tubers to support my own growing needs.

To continue what teddahlia said, I think the thousands of options available for dahlias is an attractive feature of the species. Something for everyone! The journey of finding something new is half the fun. I also believe that varieties do grow differently in different regions and growing conditions. Seeing the different lists is enjoyable. One of the lists I haven't grown a single one!

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