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Image of Dahlia (DAHLINOVA® SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Dahlia, Dahlinova® Series Dahlias, Decorative Dahlia)

The hybrids in the Dahlinova® Series are compact, mounding, heavy-flowering and come in an array of colors. Their flowers are double to semi-double.

Nothing beats dahlias as ever-blooming bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their green foliage is compound and lush. The rounded double to semi-double blooms are bright and long-lasting. It is good to remove the buds with spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

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Image of Dahlia (DALINA® MAXI TOLUCA, DALINA® SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Dahlia)

The Dalina® Series of dahlias are tender, tuberous perennials developed for their medium-sized semi-double flowers upon bushy, uniform plants. They are a collection of hybrid cultivars, each named after tropical islands, such as Barbados or Tonga. The beautiful green foliage is adorned with white, yellow, red, or violet-tinted flowers. The petals surround a small golden yellow center that may or may not be fully visible.

Dahlias prefer fertile, well-drained soil and full to partial sun. They...

(Dahlia, Dahlina Series Dahlias)

The Dalina® Series of dahlias are tender, tuberous perennials developed for their medium-sized semi-double flowers upon bushy, uniform plants. They are a collection of hybrid cultivars, each named after tropical islands, such as Barbados or Tonga. The beautiful green foliage is adorned with white, yellow, red, or violet-tinted flowers. The petals surround a small golden yellow center that may or may not be fully visible.

Dahlias prefer fertile, well-drained soil and full to partial sun. They...

Image of Dahlia (DARK ANGEL® SERIES) photo by: Verwer Dahlias BV

Verwer Dahlias BV

(Dahlia, Dark Angel® Series Dahlias)

The hybrid dahlias in the Dark Angel® Series are compact and produce lots of brightly colored single flowers that shine against dark purple foliage. The uniform plants are vigorous and high-performing. Every cultivar in the series has a name that alludes to an edgy film, such as 'Braveheart', 'Pretty Woman', 'Star Wars', 'Dracula', 'Pulp Fiction' and 'American Pie'.

These warm-season, herbaceous tender perennials grow from bulbous underground tubers. Their dark leaves are compound and have toothed...

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Delicious Series Dahlias)

The hybrid cultivars in the Delicious™ Series are dwarf, mounded and heavy-flowering. Their fully to semi-double flowers come in an array of colors, including bicolors. These free-blooming dahlias were introduced by the Ball Horticultural Company.

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. Remove the old buds from...

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia, Figaro Series Dahlias)

The dwarf dahlias in the Figaro Series are heavy-flowering and have a uniform habit. They have shiny green foliage and a bushy branching habit.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their green foliage is compound and lush. The rounded double, semi-double or pompon-type blooms are bright and long-lasting. These dahlias produce many medium-sized flowers all season. Colors...

Image of Dahlia (GALLERY SERIES) photo by: Verwer Dahlias BV

Verwer Dahlias BV

(Dahlia, Gallery Series Dahlias)

The award-winning Gallery Series dahlias are tender, tuberous perennials, compact and well-branched with lots of colorful flowers. These hybrids have lush green leaves and double (extra petals), miniature-class flowers in an array of clear, bright colors. Blooming occurs as long as temperatures are warm. In cool to cold climates, dahlias are grown as annuals and flowering begins in mid-summer.

Dahlias prefer fertile, well-drained soil and full to partial sun. They also grow well in containers....

Image of Dahlia (GOLDALIA™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Collarette Dahlia, Dahlia)

The compact dahlias in the Goldalia™ Series are vigorous, ever-blooming bedding plants. The tidy, well-branched, tender perennials are borne from tuberous roots. 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. Many are bi-colors and collerette dahlia types.

Dahlias prefer full...

Image of Dahlia (HAPPY SINGLE™ SERIES) photo by: Verwer Dahlias BV

Verwer Dahlias BV

(Dahlia, Happy Single Series Dahlias, Single Dahlia)

Dahlias in the Happy Single™ Series are compact, well-branched, heavy-flowering and have an upright spreading habit. Their foliage is dark green to purple and the cheerful flowers are single daisies.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. Their foliage is compound and lush. The rounded single blooms are bright and long-lasting. These dahlias produce many medium-sized flowers...

Image of Dahlia (KARMA SERIES) photo by: Verwer Dahlias BV

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....