Verwer Dahlias BV
(Dahlia, Karma Series Dahlias)
Dahlias in the Karma Series have long stems and large blooms that are perfect for cutting. They’ve bushy habits, lush green foliage, and large, fully double flowers that are either formal decorative or cactus-types. The blooms come in an array of exciting bright colors.
These warm season herbaceous tender perennials grow from bulbous underground tubers and have rich green compound leaves with toothed margins. The colorful flowers appear continuously and are attractive to bees and butterflies....
Verwer Dahlias BV
(Dahlia, Melody Series Dahlias)
The pretty dahlias in this series are vigorous, compact and well-branched. Their beautiful green foliage creates a pleasing backdrop for the colorful semi-double or double flowers that bloom continuously when conditions are favorable. The petals surround a small beige or golden yellow center that may or may not be fully visible.
Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their...
(Dahlia, Mystic Series Dahlias)
Dahlias in the Mystic Series bear glossy dark-hued foliage and colorful blooms on strong compact plants that do not need staking. They were developed by renowned plant breeder Keith Hammett of Auckland, New Zealand.
Dahlias are tender herbaceous perennials that grow from plump underground tubers to form lush clumps of compound foliage topped with daisy-like blossoms. Plants in the Mystic Series bear lustrous, green-black to purple-burgundy leaves and flower in shades of red, peach, yellow, or...
(Dahlia, Starsister Series Dahlias)
The dwarf dahlias in the Starsister Series are vigorous, ever-blooming bedding plants. The tidy tender perennials are borne from tuberous roots that can easily be dug and stored indoors where winters are cold. They are bushy and have lush deep green lobed leaves. When conditions are favorable, they become covered with short leafy stems laden with semi-double daisies. These super showy flowers come in shades of lavender, pink, orange, scarlet, crimson, yellow and white. There are also a number of...
(Dahlia, Pinnate Dahlia)
Pinnate dahlia's simple green leaves on tall herbaceous stems are accented by beautiful, circular and daisy-like flowers in summer and fall. From the mild mountainous regions of Mexico southward to Colombia, it is a tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. The nearly evergreen foliage is described as single, oval and pointed green leaves. When the weather is warm it will produce rounded, daisy-like flowers that are red, orange, yellow or white in color. It is advantageous to remove the old...
(Dahlia, Dwarf Dahlia, Dwarf Pinnate Dahlia)
The cultivars in the Delicious Series are well-branching, upright to mounding, heavy-flowering types and come in an array of colors, and have names referring to sweet condiments. Their flowers are double to semi-double in form.
Pinnate dahlia's simple green leaves on tall herbaceous stems are accented by beautiful, circular and daisy-like flowers in summer and fall. Originally from the mild mountainous regions of Mexico southward to Colombia, it is a tender perennial with bulbous underground...
(Spring Herald Daphne)
British nurseryman Robin White crossed Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ with Daphne acutiloba ‘Fragrant Cloud’ to create the pretty shrub 'Spring Herald'. This hybrid daphne has a bushy, upright but slightly rounded habit. Over a long period from midwinter to late spring, clove-scented flowers grace the branch tips. It's semi-deciduous, although retains more foliage in mild winter regions.
The lance-shaped deep green leaves are satin-glossy and leathery in texture. Winter...
(Himalayan Daphne, Paper Daphne)
In the eastern Himalayas, this daphne's bark was used to make paper. To the modern gardener, the Himalayan daphne supplies a larger, upright-growing silhouette in the garden and fragrant white flowers. Native to the mid-elevations of the eastern Himalayas in Nepal and western China, this shrub is evergreen or deciduous in winter, depending on climate. The branching habit is open and airy.
The leaves are lance-shaped and satin-glossy dark green. Each blade is leathery in texture. In midwinter...
(Himalayan Daphne, Jacqueline Postill Daphne)
In its native eastern Himalayas, people used this species's bark to make paper. To the modern gardener, the Jacqueline Postill daphne supplies an upright-growing silhouette in the garden and very fragrant violet-pink and white flowers. Native to the mid-elevations of the eastern Himalayas in Nepal and western China, this shrub is usually evergreen or nearly so. The branching habit is open and airy. This cultivar was selected as a seedling by Alan Postill of Hillier Nurseries in the United Kingdom...
(Himalayan Daphne, Peter Smithers Daphne)
In its native eastern Himalayas, people used this species's bark to make paper. To the modern gardener, the Peter Smithers daphne supplies a medium-sized, upright-growing silhouette in the garden and abundant, very fragrant violet-purple and lavender-white flowers. Native to the mid-elevations of the eastern Himalayas in Nepal and western China, this shrub is evergreen to partially deciduous, depending on winter cold. The branching habit is open and airy. This cultivar was selected by Sir Peter Smithers...