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Dahlia 'Sunny Boy'

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Common Name: Ball/Pompom Dahlia Dahlia Sunny Boy is an attractive yellow dahlia with orange tips. This novelty ball dahlia grows to a height of 40 inches with 4" blooms. Ball-shaped flowers are weather resistant and last an extremely long time in the vase. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link below provides information on planting, growing,  harvesting and storing Dahlia tubers.  https://www.almanac.com/plant/dahlias   Size: 2+ eye...

Dahlia 'Seniors Hope'

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Common Name: Decorative Dahlia An unusual dusky pink-purple colored dahlia. Study bush at 30" with a mass of 5' blooms. Great cut flower. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link below provides information on planting, growing,  harvesting and storing Dahlia tubers.  https://www.almanac.com/plant/dahlias   Size: 2+ eye tuber clump Height: 42" Spread: 18+" Hardy Zones: Not hardy, lift tubers and store Light requirement: Full sun Attributes: Cut Flower

Dahlia 'Wine Eyed Jill'

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Common Name: Decorative Dahlia A great dahlia with purple-crimson staining at the heart and outer petals. The flowers prolific, so this makes an ideal cut flower. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link below provides information on planting, growing,  harvesting and storing Dahlia tubers.  https://www.almanac.com/plant/dahlias   Size: 2+ eye tuber clump Height: 40" Spread: 18+" Hardy Zones: Not hardy, lift tubers and store Light requirement: Full sun Attributes: Cut...

Dahlia 'Cornel Bronze'

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Common Name: Ball/Pompom Dahlia A bronze sport from ‘Cornel’, which is one of the most productive and reliable varieties. Plants reach 4 feet tall and produce long, strong stems, perfect for cutting. Blooms are 4 inches across and feature warm, bronze petals. By far one of the best orange varieties on the market. Ball-shaped flowers are weather resistant and last an extremely long time in the vase. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost...

Dahlia 'Bluetiful'

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Common Name: Decorative Dahlias Bluetiful blooms are 6” Blue lavender, some would say periwinkle. This is a very compact and study plant of 3 ½’. Great cut flower and a real eye catcher! As close to blue as you can get with a dahlia. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link below provides information on planting, growing,  harvesting and storing Dahlia tubers.  https://www.almanac.com/plant/dahlias  ...

Dahlia 'Karma Choc'

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Common Name: Decorative Dahlias  'Karma Choc' boast dark velvety, almost black blooms and equally dark foliage. 'Karma Choc' is a member of the Karma series and originally raised for the cut-flower trade, which accounts for its large and long-lasting flowers and very strong stems. Sturdy stems do not require staking. Great cut flower and a real eye catcher! Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link...

Dahlia 'Sylvia'

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Common Name: Ball/Pompom Dahlia 'Sylvia' is an Ball Dahlia with perfect form. Warm tangerine blooms will glow in your garden, its flowers measure up to 4" wide and are essential to summer and early fall bouquets. 'Sylvia' is prolific bloomer in full sun, and works well in borders, beds, and containers.  Ball-shaped flowers are weather resistant and last an extremely long time in the vase. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish...

Dahlia 'Ginger Snap'

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Common Name: Decorative Dahlia  Ginger Snap is a remarkable cut flower with stems that are strong, straight, and sturdy, making this a real treat for arranging . The bush are compact at 3 1/2' produces almost all laterals so be careful not to over cut this variety. Waterlily type blooms are 3 1/2" in diameter and are a rich gold at the center blending to almost caramel.  Great addition to the garden to as the color is a real standout.     Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard...

Dahlia 'Marble'

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Common Name:  Ball/Pompom Dahlia  "Marble" Dahlia swirls with color in magenta-purple and pure white set against dark green foliage. "Marble" Ball Dahlia has fully double flowers, up to 4" across. Ball-shaped flowers are weather resistant and last an extremely long time in the vase. Decorative dahlias produce more, but smaller blooms than their Dinnerplate cousins. Dahlias are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae. Garden relatives include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  need to dig up and store the tubers before the first hard frost if you wish to grow year after year. The Link below provides information on planting, growing,  harvesting and storing Dahlia tubers.  https://www.almanac.com/plant/dahlias  ...

Collection of Dahlias.

 Dahlias are grown from tubers. The tubers must be listed and stored in northern climate. Tubers can be planted in the garden on the last week of frost. Ensure the eyes are 2'" below the soils surface. 

 When plants are 12" they should be pinched, this will encourage branching, resulting in more blooms. 

 

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