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Debbie Schilling

(Blue Bell Dahlia, Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Few garden plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers, and the medium purple blooms of 'Blue Bell' make this point. Introduced around 2004, this hybrid produces purple ("blue" in the dahlia world) flowers that are considered informal double in form. They measure 4 to 9 inches (10 to 23 cm) in diameter. Multiple rows of oval petals overlap to create a handsome flower head that lasts a long time. Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower production up until frost....

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James H. Schutte

(Bodacious Dahlia, Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Few garden plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers, and the giant, fiery flowers of 'Bodacious' illustrate this point perfectly! Introduced in 2002, this hybrid received the Derrill W. Hart medal. The massive "dinner-plate" flowers, measuring no less than 10 inches (25 cm) across, are a combination of yellow, orange-red and white. The long-lasting flower head comprises numerous rows of pointed petals, creating an informal decorative class dahlia. The youngest, upper petals...

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Jessie Keith

(Ball Dahlia, Brookside Snowball Dahlia, Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. Cultivar 'Brookside Snowball' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its green, compound foliage is made of single, oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The medium-sized, ball flowers are long-lasting, with creamy white tube-like petals. The center of the mass of shorter petals may have a blush of very pale yellow. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Café au Lait Dahlia, Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Few garden plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. The porcelain-like blooming 'Café Au Lait' is a herbaceous, warm-season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its compound green foliage is made of oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The numerous "dinner-plate" flowers, measuring 6 to 12 inches (15 to 30 cm) across, are a delicate, misty pink. Streaks of pink to rose may also appear in the younger petals. The long-lasting flower head comprises...

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Debbie Schilling

(Carl Chilson Dahlia, Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. The hybrid 'Carl Chilson' produces double-form (extra petal rows), white flowers with diameters of about 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm). These long-lasting flowers are regarded as being informal decorative among dahlia cultivars. In the center of the flower heads, smallest and youngest petals often blush pale yellow before maturing snow white. Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower production up until frost....

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Mark A. Miller

(Carolina Burgundy Dahlia, Dahlia)

A tuberous perennial from the Dahlinova® series of dahlias, 'Carolina Burgundy' develops into a compact, freely branching, upright mounding plant. It's prized for its semi-double (extra petal) flowers with violet-magenta petals surrounding a central yellow tuft of stamens. This hybrid was developed by plant breeders in The Netherlands in 1997, as a random mutation off of another dahlia cultivar named 'Ruicaro'.

Few plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Carolina Orange Dahlia, Dahlia)

A tuberous perennial from the Dahlinova® series of dahlias, 'Carolina Orange' develops into a compact, freely branching, upright mounding plant. It's prized for its semi-double (extra petal) flowers with red-orange petals surrounding a central yellow tuft of stamens. This hybrid was developed by plant breeders in The Netherlands in 1997, as a random mutation off of another dahlia cultivar named 'Ruicaro'.

Few plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous,...

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James H. Schutte

(Chic Dahlia, Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. The dark foliage and the light yellow blooms of 'Chic' illustrate this point. This hybrid - a member of the Chic Series - produces semi-double, light yellow flowers with a golden brown center. Multiple rows of oval petals create the augmented daisy-like flower head that lasts a long time. Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower production up until frost. The dahlia is a herbaceous, warm-season, tender perennial...

(City of Alkmaar Dahlia, Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. Cultivar 'City of Alkmaar' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its green, compound foliage is made of single, oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The small, doubled, semi-cactus flowers are light orange with blushes of pink on petal tips, and are long-lasting. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained,...

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Jessie Keith

(Classic Elise Dahlia, Dahlia, Single Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. Cultivar 'Classic Elise' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its dark, green-black, compound foliage is made of oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins on dark stems. The medium-sized, single, peony-flowered blossoms are a warm orange with a dark red center disc. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained,...