Translation of dahlia in Spanish:


dalia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdæljə/ /ˈdɑljə/ /ˈdeɪlɪə/

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    dalia feminine
    • For late-summer color, plant begonias, dahlias, gladiolus, montbretia, and tigridia.
    • Last year I underestimated the growth of my hostas and planted dahlias somewhere in their vicinity.
    • Replace fading cool-season annuals with heat lovers like celosias, dahlias, marigolds, petunias, salvias, and verbenas.
    • When not chatting we could gaze at the colourful display of flowers, dahlias, geraniums, hibiscus and of course enjoy the delicious cakes and refreshments.
    • The pillars were adorned in an exceedingly tasteful manner with vases of various flowers including dahlias, sunflowers and chrysanthemums and long trails of ivy and coloured creeper.
    • The garden is full of marigolds, pansies, dahlias, primulas and nasturtiums, as well as shrub roses and climbers.
    • Don't overlook summer-blooming callas, dahlias and cannas.
    • Although David follows these steps with tuberous begonias, they work for other tender bulbs, such as cannas, gladioli and dahlias.
    • Non-hardy bulbs, such as cannas, dahlias, and gladiolus, should be removed from the ground.
    • Very fancy fences can be created from tall flowering annuals such as cleome, cosmos, dahlias, sweet peas and sunflowers for a display of spring, summer and autumn colour.
    • Don't forget the flower beds - plant dahlias and gladioli now.
    • Summer-flowering bulbs such as dahlias, begonias and anemones bring variety, texture, unique color and long flowering times to summer gardens.
    • Her diary also contains numerous references to the bulbs, geraniums, hollyhocks, and dahlias that she planted, tended, and appreciated.
    • For years I planted carrots among the roses, giant marrows and dahlias, and daffodils and daisies interspersed with broccoli and artichokes.
    • Store bulbs and tubers of begonias, caladiums, cannas, dahlias, and gladioli in a cool, dry place until March, when they can be started indoors.
    • After the first frost has killed back the foliage, dig and store tender perennial bulbs such as dahlias and gladiolus that can't survive the winter in the ground in a cold climate.
    • For added summer color, Shari tucks tall ageratum, ‘Bluebird’ nemesia, calibrachoa, dahlias, and impatiens between the shrubs.
    • Start begonias, caladiums, callas, cannas, and dahlias in pots indoors on a sunny windowsill.
    • Stake and support dahlias, gladioli, chrysanthemums and other top-heavy border plants.
    • Container gardens are also perfect for perennials, annuals, and summer bulbs such as lilies or dahlias.