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why plant single dahlias?

Pollinators Love The Cheerful Open Blooms Of Single Dahlias

Why Plant Single Dahlias?

Single Dahlias stand out from the crowd. Unlike the typically dense clusters of petals that most Dahlias feature, Single Dahlia flowers have a daisy-like form, with broad petals surrounding a central orange disc. This open flower form is like a spotlight for pollinators, making it easy for bees and butterflies to stop for a snack. Typically on a relatively compact plant, these cheerful blooms grow up to 5 inches across, providing a welcome contrast in the flower border or cutting garden.