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Ivanetti Ball Dahlia

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Alluring and robust ‘Ivanetti’ Ball Dahlias are sure to stop passers-by in their tracks. Their deep plum color radiates from the tight clusters of curved petals. A sport of ‘Cornel’ Dahlias, these prolific plants will grow an abundance of 4-inch blooms on tall, straight stems, making them an ideal contribution to cut flower gardens. Pair ‘Ivanetti’ with other jewel tones for a spectacular pop of color.
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Botanical Name
Dahlia 'Ivanetti'
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Hardiness Zone
Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Lift in colder zones
Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Easy To Grow, Cut Flowers, Container Planting
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Mature Height
42" tall
Bloom Time
Summer until frost


‘Ivanetti’ Ball Dahlias feature a deep plum color that radiates from its curved petals. There's something magical about the intricate honeycomb form of these Dahlia flowers. Ball Dahlias feature relatively smaller flowers compared to most Dahlias, with fully double, tightly packed petals creating globe-shaped blooms. Ball Dahlia flowers are typically 3-4 inches across, and the tightly-packed petals are long-lasting in cut flower arrangements. Their texture adds dimension to a flower border or cutting garden. Plant these Dahlias to bring interest and whimsy to your summer garden and cut flower displays. Plant abundantly – you can’t have too many of these picture-perfect blooms!

Like all Dahlias, these prefer in a sunny spot, in good loamy soil that drains well. Keep moisture consistent once your tubers begin to grow and enjoy a non-stop parade of blooms. Some staking may be required for larger plants, thanks to the large, heavy flowers.

In colder zones, tubers can be dug after frost comes, stored over winter, then re-planted the following spring.