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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Dahlia, Duet Dahlia, Formal Decorative Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers. 'Duet' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its green foliage is made of single, oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The long-lasting, medium-sized, doubled, formal decorative flowers are bicolored - rich dark red with white-tipped petals. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained, fertile soil...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Dahlia, Ellen Huston Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

The small, fully double blooms of 'Ellen Huston' are orange to orange red and long-lasting. They rise from a tall clump of bronze-burgundy foliage creating an appealing color contrast. These flowers are long-stemmed, vibrant and ideal for cutting.

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...

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Jessie Keith

(Dahlia, Large Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers.

Named for Swedish botanist and student of Linnaeus, Anders Dahl (1751 to 1789), this genus in the daisy family consists of over 30-species, many more subspecies and varieties and literally thousands of cultivated varieties. All are herbaceous tender perennials with bulbous underground tuberous roots, which are colloquially referred to as "tubers" even though the term is botanically incorrect.

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Jessie Keith

(Dahlia, Embrace Dahlia, Semi-cactus Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. Cultivar 'Embrace' 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, doubled, semi-cactus flowers are classified as yellow, but have straight petals that are extremely pale pinkish-yellow. Only the central core of petals has an obvious yellow hue. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to...

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Debbie Schilling

(Dahlia, Emory Paul Dahlia, Informal Decorative Dahlia)

Few garden plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers, and the giant, violet-fuchsia flowers of 'Emory Paul' illustrate this point perfectly! This slow-to-bloom hybrid was introduced in 1962. The volleyball-like, "dinner-plate" flowers - measuring no less than 10 inches (25 cm) across - are long-lasting and comprise numerous rows of pointed petals, creating an informal decorative class dahlia. Deeper burgundy-purple hues are seen in central petals and when the buds are first...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Dahlia, Eveline Dahlia, Formal Decorative Dahlia)

Few garden plants rival dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. The formal decorative dahlia 'Eveline' produces 4- to 6-inch (10 to 15 cm), ball-like flowers on very long stems. Each long-lasting blossom comprises numerous rows of ivory-white petals that blush lavender on their tips but are pale yellow at their bases. The dahlia is a herbaceous, warm-season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its compound dark green foliage is made of oval and pointed leaflets with toothed...

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Debbie Schilling

(Dahlia, Evening Lady Dahlia, Formal Decorative Dahlia)

Dahlias are nearly unrivaled as everblooming bedding plants or cut flowers. Introduced in 1991 and awarded the Derrill W. Hart medal, the hybrid 'Evening Lady' produces formal double-form (extra petal rows), crimson to dark red flowers. The long-lasting flower heads attain diameters in the range of 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 cm). Remove the spent flowers to encourage continued flower production up until frost. The dahlia is a herbaceous, warm-season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers....

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Bosh Bruening

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Everswinkel Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cut flowers, and the vibrant pink-flowered 'Everswinkel' is no exception. Its small to medium-sized, formal decorative blooms are a vibrant hot pink, fading to a lighter pink towards the petal tips.

This warm season herbaceous tender perennial has bulbous underground tubers and a bushy habit. Its lush compound leaves are rich green with toothed margins. The colorful flowers appear continuously and are attractive to bees and butterflies....

(Dahlia, Excentrique Dahlia, Single Dahlia)

The medium-sized, single blooms of 'Excentrique' are magenta purple with violet tones. They rise from a tall clump of burgundy foliage creating an appealing color contrast. These flowers are long-stemmed, long-lasting and ideal for cutting.

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...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Dahlia, Eye Candy Dahlia)

The small, daisy-like ‘Eye Candy' is a dainty-blooming dahlia for cutting gardens and sunny borders. Is colorful blooms are rich orange with yellow petal tips. These long-stemmed flowers are ideal for cutting and rise from a clump of lush green foliage.

This warm season herbaceous tender perennial grows from bulbous underground tubers and has rich green compound leaves with toothed margins. The colorful flowers appear continuously and are attractive to bees and butterflies. Remove the old buds...