Answer: Dahlias are normally propagated by dividing the clump of tubers rather than by seed. This method assures you will have the identical plant and it is quite easy to do. This fall, carefully dig the tubers and store them in a cool (not freezing) dry location. (You will be amazed at how much they have increased.) Check them periodically for mold or shriveling. In the spring, carefully separate the tubers, leaving a good piece of stem with each one. Each section will grow into a new plant.
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