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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Classic Poème Dahlia, Dahlia, Peony-flowered Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. The dark foliage and the blooms of 'Classic Poème' - which look painted - are certainly beautiful. This hybrid produces semi-double, peony-like flowers with a gold and brown center. The petal bases are bright yellow, but blush to orange-salmon with hints of lavender closer to their outer edges. Multiple rows of the oval petals create the 5-inch (12 cm) flowers that lasts a long time. Remove the spent flowers to encourage...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Classic Swanlake Dahlia, Dahlia, Peony-flowered Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. The brownish green foliage and the blooms of 'Classic Swanlake' are certainly beautiful. This hybrid, first selected in 1981, produces semi-double, peony-like flowers with a brown and gold center. The petal bases are yellow, but quickly blush to creamy ivory-white toward their edges. Multiple rows of the oval petals create the 4-inch (10 cm) flowers that lasts a long time. Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Claudette Dahlia, Dahlia, Laciniated Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. Cultivar 'Claudette' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its green, compound foliage is made of oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The medium-sized, doubled, ball-shaped flowers are deep medium to dark pink and are long-lasting. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained, fertile soil and full...

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James H. Schutte

(Colorado Pixie Dahlia, Dahlia, Semi-Cactus Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. Prolifically producing up to 4-inch-wide (10 cm) flowers, 'Colorado Pixie' is considered a semi-cactus flower because of the numerous narrow petals. This hybrid, introduced in 2005, produces double (numerous extra petal rows) blossoms with a blend of fading colors. In the center, newly opening petals are rose-pink. Open petals are yellow with lighter pink edges, and eventually fade to white at the outermost edge of the flower...

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Jesse Saylor

(Colorado Dahlia, Dahlia)

A tuberous perennial from the Dahlinova® series of dahlias, 'Colorado' develops into a compact, freely branching, upright mounding plant. It's prized for its nearly fully double (extra petal) flowers with with palest buttery yellow petals. The petals overlap and when the flower head finally opens its widest, it reveals the tiny central tuft of yellow stamens. This hybrid was developed by plant breeders for commercial production as a potted plant.

Few plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding...

(Connie Dahlia, Dahlia, Dahlietta™ Connie Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia)

The fully double, pompon-like blooms of Dahlietta™ Connie are bright purple-red. This vigorous, heavy-flowering dwarf dahlia was introduced by the Ball Horticultural Company and is ideal for container culture.

This warm season herbaceous tender perennial grows 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. Remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage heavier...

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Mark A. Miller

(Constania Lemon Dahlia, Dahlia, Lacinated Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. Cultivar 'Constania Lemon' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. The compound, green foliage is made of oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The medium-sized, laciniate flowers are long-lasting, colored yellow with narrow petal tips being a lighter yellow. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Contraste Dahlia, Dahlia, Formal Decorative Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. Introduced in 1957, the hybrid 'Contraste' produces formal double-form (extra petal rows), dark red and white flowers. The flower heads attain diameters in the range of 6 to 9 inches (15 to 23 cm). These long-lasting flowers have numerous narrow petals, darkest red at their bases and then becoming white at the tips. Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower production up until frost. The dahlia is a herbaceous,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Collarette Dahlia, Dahlia, Dandy Toots Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. Cultivar 'Dandy Toots' 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 small, single, flowers have orange-red to red petals around a bright, cheerful yellow center disc. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained, fertile soil and...

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Yoder Brothers

(Dahlia, Dahlietta Rachel Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia)

The double blooms of Dahlietta™ Rachel are rich pumpkin orange. Its large petals are fold upward giving the blooms a voluptuous look. This vigorous, heavy-flowering dwarf dahlia was introduced by the Ball Horticultural Company and is ideal for container culture.

This warm season herbaceous tender perennial grows 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. Remove...