The last of the cell phone pictures: Dahlias from the summer. I had enormous good luck with the dahlias this past year. After the killing frost, I dug the tubers, labeled them, and am storing them in tubs of peat moss in the basement for the winter. Each little tuber grows into a plant, so if I plant them all this spring, I’ll have a boatload of dahlia plants this summer. Amazing! Where to plant them all?
At any rate, here are the dahlias out by the chicken coop. Again, no real detail, because my phone doesn’t allow for that, but you can see that the plants were a good five to six feet tall by the end of the summer. Thrilling!