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Ice Crystal Fimbriata Dahlia

SKU: AM018073
per Bag of 3
No longer available this season.
Sophisticated and exciting, ‘Ice Crystal’ Fimbriata Dahlia brings elegance to the garden in summer and fall, sporting pale buttery yellow centers and delicate, pure white, fringed petals. “Ice Crystal” will provide contrast in colorful beds, or continue a white theme in sunny gardens, with blooms all summer to first frost. Stylish 6-inch blooms attract pollinators and make great cut flowers. (Dahlia)
key features
Botanical Name
Dahlia Fimbriata Ice Crystal
Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Easy To Grow, Cut Flowers, Container Planting
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Soil Moisture
Mature Height
36-40" tall
Bulb Spacing
1 bulb / tuber per sq. ft.
Bloom Time
Summer until frost


(36-40” tall x 24” wide) The fresh blossoms of ‘Ice Crystal’ Fimbriata Dahlia are a lovely, welcome addition to the summer and fall garden. Warm yellow centers give way to fully fringed white petals, and are held above deep green foliage on 36” stems. Blossoms are large, and make great cut flowers for indoor arrangements. It’s wise to plant more than a few tubers, so you have plenty of flowers to enjoy in the garden and in a vase. Plant tubers of ‘Ice Crystal’ Fimbriata Dahlia in average to rich, well-drained soil in a sunny position. Dahlias benefit from a regular feeding and watering schedule and bloom time will be lengthened by regular deadheading of spent flowers. Pinching back early growth also makes for a bushier plant later in the season. Gardeners can enjoy the naturally large flowers of ‘Ice Crystal,’ or promote even larger ones by pinching off a third to a half of flowering buds as they begin to form. In the autumn in cooler climates, dig the tubers and store in a cool, dry place in lightly moistened sawdust or vermiculite over the winter months.