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

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...

Image of Dahlia (MYSTIC SERIES) photo by: PlantHaven

PlantHaven

(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...

Image of Dahlia (STARSISTER SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(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, Unwin Series Dahlias)

Dahlias in the Unwin Series are dwarf, uniform and heavy-flowering. Their colorful flowers are semi-double to double and bushy plants have shiny green foliage. These dahlias are ideal for small spaces and containers. Flower colors include orange, red, pink, violet, white and yellow.

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers. These herbaceous warm season tender perennials have bulbous underground tubers. They produce colorful flowers all season, as long...

(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...

Image of Dichelostemma ida-maia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Firecracker Flower)

Clusters of tubular, multi-colored flowers on a tall, thin stem in early summer is firecracker flower's claim to fame. An herbaceous perennial that grows from a corm (a rounded storage root), it is native to the coastal grasslands and woodland edges of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. After flowering it needs a warm, dry period for its corms to harden and then foliage to go dormant.

The foliage is yellow-green to medium green and strap-like grassy in form. In late spring to midsummer,...

Image of Eranthis hyemalis photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Winter Aconite)

Dappling the ground with sunny blooms very early in the year, this little perennial from southern Europe and Asia Minor is a delightful garden presence in winter and early spring. Arising on short stems from a knobbly tuber, the yellow, saucer-shaped blooms perch atop a ruff-like whorl of three deeply dissected leaves. They bloom with the first hints of spring, opening their flowers wide in sunlight, and attracting bees with their honeyed scent. The tubers also give rise to palmately lobed basal...

Image of Eranthis hyemalis (Cilicica Group) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Winter Aconite)

Dappling the ground with sunny blooms very early in the year, this little perennial from Asia Minor is a delightful garden presence in winter and early spring. Arising on short stems from a knobbly tuber, the yellow, saucer-shaped blooms perch atop a ruff-like whorl of three deeply dissected, bronze-tinged leaves. They bloom with the first hints of spring, opening their flowers wide in sunlight, and attracting bees with their honeyed scent. The tubers also give rise to palmately lobed basal leaves....

Image of Erythronium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Erythronium)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...