COVID 19 UPDATE: Our farmstand is open, in accordance with Provincial guidelines, for retail shopping! Our retail hours are Monday -Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 10-5. Free delivery is available Thursday-Saturday and orders may be placed through our website. We are NOT accepting cash at this time. All contactless payments are accepted, including debit, credit, and etransfers.
Order Shipping begins April 27th, orders for Farm Pickup will be available after April 27th. We will be sending you an email with your shipping confirmation/pickup information ASAP.
Dahlias are where it all started for us here on the farm. No surprise, given the farm name is Dahlia May. As a young child my father grew Dahlias in our cutting garden every summer because they were my mother’s favourite bloom. Years later, although both of my parents are gone, we are cultivating thousands of Dahlia plants every year here on our small farm in the Bay of Quinte region of Southern Ontario. Years of experience have taught us how to cultivate excellent cut flowers. We are now offering you an opportunity to grow the same high quality Dahlias that we do with tuber stock from our farm. We can’t wait to see our Dahlias growing in your gardens.
Unfortunately we are only able to offer Canadian shipping, due to export regulations. Any orders placed outside of Canada orders will be canceled and refunded. Orders cannot be combined.
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $150
Please Note: Dahlia tubers come in many shapes and sizes. Tuber sizes will vary depending on variety. Bigger doesn’t always mean better, some varieties produce small tubers, and these tubers still produce strong and healthy plants. We guarantee that all dahlia tubers purchased from us will will be shipped with at least one viable ‘eye’ and are true to name.
When you receive our tubers, open your package immediately. We will not be responsible for tubers drying out or rotting in post-shipment storage. If you are not planting your tubers immediately you may store them in their opened packages in a cool and dark place for several weeks until you are able to plant. Check your tubers often during this time to make sure there is no excess moisture, as moisture can lead to rot. If your tubers fail to sprout within 6 weeks of planting, please notify us immediately. We cannot be held responsible for rotting due to weather or pest issues. Credits may be issued to tubers that fail to sprout due to lack of ‘eyes’ only. Dahlia May is not liable for any damage or loss resulting from crop failure or weather.