Mick’s Peppermint’ produces a profusion of huge and spectacular white flowers splashed with hot pink and is an excellent choice to create a lovely garden display. If there is anyone who favors late blooming varieties then here certainly is his choice! Starts blooming a full month later then any normal Dahlia and then makes a grand show in the garden when most varietes are past their best.
Most dahlias start flowering in late early summer and continue until the first frost. This can last from June to October or even longer.
Do you know you can cut dahlias and they will grow back? That’s why we love this special flower! So you can enjoy this flower as a bouquet and growing outside.