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I potted up my dahlias early this year and planted them the middle of May in a looooong row. Some are "normal" and some are only two feet high. They are budding and in some cases producing a dinner plate flower on a two foot plant. Looks kinda silly.
I used the same amount and quality of garden soil to plant them in and the lighting is the same for all. Were some of them really small tubers that put up a good start and then ran out of food? I thought I had heard that the size of the tubers doesn't matter because they use the tubers only until they produce roots to nurish them. I am really puzzled and disappointed. Any suggestions?