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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!
Cafe Au Lait Dinnerplate Dahlia produces large blooms up to 8” across that are an exquisite white with a tinge of pink and tan color. The Cafe Au Lait Dahlia's soft and creamy color can change from off white to hints of pink as the season progresses. Excellent as a cut flower and used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements.
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The seductive, wine-colored blooms of 'Hollyhill Spider Woman' Dahlia add a touch of exotic to the border. This cactus-type dahlia has slender, sinewy petals that twist and curl, lending a fringed effect to the flowers and wowing garden visitors. This is one of the most unique dahlias we've seen. (Dahlia) Learn More →
Dinnerplate Dahlia Thomas Edison produces large vibrant purple blooms up to 8” across. With fully double flowers in such an electric color this dahlia makes a bold statement when planted in groups of 5 or more. Excellent as a cut flower and used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements.
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Semi Cactus Dahlia Tahiti Sunrise is a vibrant, colorful variety with petals that progress from yellow to red to purple. Plant this in the center of the garden - it is sure to steal the show! Learn More →
Semi-Dinner Plate Dahlia Firepot is one of the brightest blooms in the garden, with brilliant water lily-like flowers in spectacular shades of pink and yellow. This dahlia produces an abundance of flowers that are up to 4” wide. Makes magnificent cut flowers for bouquets. Learn More →
The striking, velvety blooms of 'Karma Choc' Dahlia are breathtaking, but it's the plant's dark, chocolate-stemmed foliage that sends this dahlia variety to the head of the class. Long-lasting flowers stand tall above the foliage on sturdy stems that don't require staking. One of the richest and boldest Dahlias we've seen. (Dahlia) Learn More →
The pinwheeled blooms of 'Pennhill Watermelon' Dinner Plate Dahlia are frilly and feminine and oh so fabulous! The pink-a-licious petals twist and twirl, lending a ruffled look to this enormous bloom. It's also an outstanding performer in a vase where it happily flowers for up to 10 days. (Dahlia) Learn More →
Blue Boy' delivers a rarely-seen shade to the Dahlia bed with its magnificent and lasting violet-blue flowers. Lush double blooms and pristine petals make this 3 ft semi dinner plate variety a well-known stand out. Plant 'Blue Boy' in full sun and expect loads of cool color to fill your gardens and bouquets. (Dahlia) Learn More →
The enormous blooms of 'Emory Paul' Dinner Plate Dahlia are truly unforgettable. Measuring 12-14" across, each bright pink flower is stuffed with thousands of satiny petals. 'Emory Paul' isn't just your average dinner plate dahlia; it's a serving platter dahlia! This variety is made for gardeners who like to feature big, bold blossoms. (Dahlia) Learn More →
The black heart of 'Nuit d'Ete' Dahlia makes a dramatic centerpiece to the burgundy, quill-shaped petals that surround it. With its spidery appearance and blood-red color, this cactus-type dahlia will set your gardening passions aflutter. Striking and exotic, 'Nuit d'Ete' will have you begging for a passionate garden rendezvous! (Dahlia) Learn More →
Who doesn’t love lavender-colored blooms? This Dahlia steals the summer show with huge, dinner plate-sized blooms. Gorgeous in the garden, planted in containers, cut for bouquets – Anywhere! Learn More →
Seattle' Dinner Plate Dahlia will have you shouting "Hello, Sunshine!" every time you step into your garden. The gorgeous, fully double flowers are formed by layers upon layers of canary yellow petals tipped with white and accented by peach undertones. 'Seattle' is the diva of the dahlia patch, with 8-inch-wide flowers that glow from dawn until dusk. (Dahlia) Learn More →
These PomPon Dahlias form structured origami-like spheres in cheerful blooms of yellows, oranges, and pinks. Short, sturdy stems make these geometric conversation pieces perfect for patio plantings, tabletop bouquets, and walkway welcome flowers. Unanimous staff favorite! (Dahlia) Learn More →
Dreamy and adorable, 'Romantique' Dahlia is destined to be your next summer fling. The blush-colored blooms are centered with a hint of creamy yellow, making them a luscious addition to summer bouquets. Fans of soft, pastel-colored dahlias will fall in love immediately. This beauty looks extra lovely when partnered with light blue delphinium, soft yellow coreopsis, or lavender. (Dahlia) Learn More →
Créme de Cassis' Dahlia is as charming as you can get. The two-toned petals are a soft lilac-pink on the top and plum-colored below. Each plant produces dozens of up to 6-inch-wide, classically shaped dahlia blooms from mid summer through fall. Sweet and feminine, 'Créme de Cassis' is at home in both borders and containers. (Dahlia) Learn More →
Getting its name from the delightful contrast of peach and cream blooms, this Dahlia creates a colorful and fun statement in the summer garden. Smaller blooms grow to be about 6-8” wide, making them less likely to need staking. Plant this bi-colored beauty on its own or with white Dinnerplate varieties for an elegant statement. Extremely easy to grow, this Dahlia needs a sunny spot either in the back of a garden or in a large container. We suggest planting extra tubers for bouquets; you won’t be able to resist cutting these and displaying them inside! Learn More →
'Blue Bayou' Anemone Dahlia sits firmly in the class of dahlias known as the "powder puffs." With an outer row of large, lavender-blue petals surrounding a darker, central cushion of shorter petals, it's easy to see why that is. The heavenly blooms of 'Blue Bayou' are sure to have you smiling every time you step into the garden. (Dahlia) Learn More →
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