Spencer and Cliff recently designed and built a net-zero energy home nestled in the woods of Duxbury, Vermont. They moved in mid-summer and immediately got to work adding beauty to their newly-cleared, bare property. With sustainability, cost, and pollinators in mind, they used a variety of wildflow… Read More →
Vigorous Dahlias produce a non-stop supply of beautiful blooms
There's simply no flower you can grow that will reward you with more blooms for as little work as the Dahlia. In just a single season, Dahlia plants will grow as full and lush as a mature rose bush, opening their brilliant blooms towards summer's end. You can find them in a variety of sizes, unique colors, and unexpected flower shapes. The hard part is deciding which lovely cultivar should grace your garden. Above all else, Dahlias are productive - so be sure to have your garden shears on hand for creating impromptu bouquets!
A ball-shaped, fully double flower with petals that curiously curve and spiral inward. Magnificent, variegated petals of white and purple make this Marble Ball the perfect choice for the long-season garden. We’ve tested this theory and agree: multi-colored blooms create the illusion of ‘freshness’ longer than their single-hued counterparts, as they disguise the discoloration that can come with aging and fading. (Dahlia) Learn More →
Boom Boom White Ball Flowering Dahlia produces compact round white flowers. This dahlia is easy to grow and blooms 3" diameter flowers. This dahlia produces smaller flowers than the dinnerplate or semi-dinnerplate, but its smaller blooms are unique and bloom from summer to late fall. It attracts butterflies and is an excellent cutting flower. Learn More →
Seeming to glow with magnificent tropical colors, these semi dinnerplate flowers are up to 5" across in shades of white, yellow and red. Plant these where you can enjoy the flowers up close. Learn More →
One of the most popular Cactus Dahlias, Friquolet’s bright red flowers are dipped in white, making for a spectacular summer sight! The double flowers grow to be 4-6” wide and require little staking, staying upright even after rain. An abundance of blooms delight the garden in mid-summer through frost and are an excellent choice for borders and containers. This Dahlia thrives in any sunny spot and makes for great cut flowers, so be sure to plant plenty. This easy-to-grow variety also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. Learn More →
We love the texture and bright color that Cactus Dahlias bring to the late summer garden. With unique blooms that fade from deep pink to white in the center, Hayley Jane is a unique variety that is a true conversation-starter in any sunny spot. Growing to be about 48-52,” plant this Cactus Dahlia in the back of the garden bed or in large containers for a bright statement on the patio. Attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden by planting a variety of Dahlias in all different colors. You’ll be thrilled when you have an abundance of blooms to cut for gorgeous summer bouquets! Learn More →
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