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Dahlia Bulbs (Ball) – Bonanza | Dahlia Tubers | Eden Brothers

Dahlia Tubers (Ball) – Bonanza Ball Dahlia Bulbs – Bonanza Enjoy a gardening bonanza this season with these new Dahlia tubers! They have been a standard favorite since their introduction in 1966 and we are so excited to carry them. Their warm blooms have shades of yellow, pink, orange, and purple towards the centers making for an eye-catching display. Because the blooms are about 4 inches across, they are ideal for gardening in containers, full-sized gardens and cut flower arrangements.



Linda’s Baby

Dahlia Linda’s Baby – Dahlias h- 1m Ball Dahlia Bulbs – Bonanza Enjoy a gardening bonanza this season with these new Dahlia tubers! They have been a standard favorite since their introduction in 1966 and we are so excited to carry them. Their warm blooms have shades of yellow, pink, orange, and purple towards the centers making for an eye-catching display. Because the blooms are about 4 inches across, they are ideal for gardening in containers, full-sized gardens and cut flower arrangements.



Dahlias 101: A Beginner’s Growing Guide — The Barn of Chapel Hill at Wild Flora Farm

A 101 Beginner’s Guide to Growing Dahilias. Tips and tricks to successfully grow great dahlias and how to maintain their health and harvest their beauty. Dahlias 101: A Beginner’s Growing Guide. By following just a few basic tips, anyone can successfully add dahlias to a cutting garden. Click to learn more now! #dahlias #gardeningtips #barnofchapelhill I don’t think I’m in the minority when I say that dahlias have to be among the most beautiful flowers that you can grow. I mean, just look at this gorgeous bouquet of dahlias:





Dahlia Otto’s Thrill

Dahlia Otto’s Thrill – Floret Flower Farm Dahlia ‘Otto’s Thrill’ Note: We are taking a break from selling dahlias in order to build up our mother stock of tubers and to improve the process for our customers and our farm crew. Learn more about our decision and the future of Floret dahlias. We’re continuing to research and experiment with different ways to share dahlias with other flower lovers. Until we are able to offer dahlia tubers again, we have compiled a list of our favorite dahlia suppliers. This giant rosy-pink treasure is a huge hit with everyone who visits our garden, especially wedding florists. If you’re looking for a winning addition to your dinnerplate dahlia collection, then look no further. With long, strong stems and huge 8-12 inch shimmering pink blossoms, ‘Otto’s Thrill’ deserves a spot in every cutting garden. Details:Flower type: dinnerplateHeight: 5’Site: full sunDays to maturity: 80-100 daysPlant spacing: 12-18”Pinch: when plants are 12” tall Harvesting/Vase Life:Cut when blooms are ¾ of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm and lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180° water and allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.



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Four Reasons Why Dahlias Are the Perfect Wedding Flowers!

All About Women’s Things: Four Reasons Why Dahlias Are the Perfect Wedding Flowers! Dahlias are luscious, sensual flowers that are easy to grow. Recently, they’ve begun to come into their own as wedding flowers. Designers Colleen Hunter and Nancy Peterson of Lynch Creek Floral call them the perfect wedding flowers. Here are some of the reasons: photo credit: lagunadirt.com 1. Dahlias Are Seasonal. It’s good for the planet to use things in their season. Dahlias just happen to be at their prime in the summer and early fall, and August is second only to June in popularity for weddings. This means that even in the more northerly parts of the country, dahlias will be in season for a lot of weddings. And they bloom through September until the first frost. If you’re planning a late-summer wedding, there’s time now to choose and plant dahlia tubers for a garden wedding or reception. 2. Dahlias Are Affordable! You can plant dahlias for your wedding or reception site AND have glorious bouquets for less than it would cost to have more traditional flowers. Most florists are happy to work with dahlias, which have great substance, and are generally more showy and far less expensive than other flowers. If you’re a do-it-yourself person, you can stretch your wedding budget even farther. And if you don’t garden, chances are you’re near a good dahlia source and you’ll have the pleasure of knowing your flowers weren’t shipped from some other hemisphere. photo credit: cgdahlias.com 3. Dahlias Come in Almost Every Color. Dahlias come in any color you might want, from purple and lavender to pink to vivid red, yellow and orange. And they come in varying shades, from white and palest pinks, lavenders and yellows to rich bronze, apricot and rose to deep, intense purple, burgundy and red. Okay, there aren’t any blue dahlias-but there are plenty of dahlia hues that work with blue. And the wide range of dahlias means you’re sure to find just that exact color you want. Great photographers like Amy Cooper of Cooper Studios, love dahlias because of their color and form, and because their cell structure refracts light, so they show off in portraits and stills. 4. Dahlias Come in All Sizes, Shapes and Forms. You can buy or grow dahlias small enough for boutonnieres, corsages and flower girl bouquets and, within the same species and color ranges, striking dahlias big enough for massive floral baskets or free-standing bouquets. You can have dahlias for personal flowers, the bride’s bouquet, and church or hall and table arrangements, and you can plant dahlia tubers to have colorful, elegant dahlias in pots or flower beds.





How To Grow Cafe Au Lait Dahlias – Beautiful House

How To Grow Cafe Au Lait Dahlias – Beautiful House Elegant shades of cream, beige, and gentlest of dusty pink. Big bloom The Cafe Au Lait Dahlia would have to be one of my favourite Dahlias, ranging in color from a blush pink/peach in the center out to a creamy beige.



Favourite dahlias: 3 reasons to grow dahlia Labyrinth – Cloverhome

Flowering its heart out, dahlia Labyrinth is stealing the show. With beautiful peach-pink flowers on dark stems, this dahlia is a flower growers dream – Cloverhome.nl Flowering its heart out, dahlia Labyrinth is stealing the show. With beautiful peach-pink flowers on dark stems, this dahlia is a flower growers dream.



Dahlia Cornel — Red Daisy Farm

Dahlia Senior’s Hope — Red Daisy Farm An deep, rich red ball dahlia! One of our best cut dahlias, producing lots of blooms and a good vase life! A good cut flower and good tuber producer. Don’t miss out on this one!





Dahlia Bulbs (Karma) – Choc | Dahlia Tubers | Eden Brothers

The Dahlia Karma series was developed specifically for the cut flower market. Now you too can grow these beauties in your own garden! Gorgeous dark burgundy, almost black flowers with lighter red highlights, the Dahlia Choc will bring drama and depth to any garden or arrangement. Karma Dahlia Bulbs – Choc The Dahlia Karma series was developed specifically for the cut flower market. Now you too can grow these beauties in your own garden! Gorgeous dark burgundy, almost black flowers with lighter red highlights, the Dahlia Choc will bring drama and depth to any garden or arrangement. | Dahlia Bulbs (Karma) – Choc, Red



Variety Show: Dahlias in the Spotlight

The past decade’s frenzy for fantastically diverse dahlias brings these summer-to-frost stunners from the back of the border to the front, plus into containers and bouquets.



Dahlia ‘Rose Toscano’

Dahlia ‘Rose Toscano’ grown at Love ‘n Fresh Flowers, a regenerative flower farm located in Philadelphia. Photo by Love ‘n Fresh Flowers.The past decade’s frenzy for fantastically diverse dahlias brings these summer-to-frost stunners from the back of the border to the front, plus into containers and bouquets.





Dahlia Jowey Winnie

Dahlia Jowey Winnie – Floret Flower Farm Dahlia ‘Jowey Winnie’ Note: We are taking a break from selling dahlias in order to build up our mother stock of tubers and to improve the process for our customers and our farm crew. Learn more about our decision and the future of Floret dahlias. We’re continuing to research and experiment with different ways to share dahlias with other flower lovers. Until we are able to offer dahlia tubers again, we have compiled a list of our favorite dahlia suppliers. If ‘Bracken Rose’ had a big sister, this beauty would be her. Their coloring is so similar, but ‘Jowey Winnie’ has a warm peach undertone whereas ‘Bracken Rose’ is more of a cool rosy-pink. The vigorous, healthy plants churn out armloads of large, ball-shaped, dusty-rose flowers all season long. Their long, strong stems make them ideal for cutting. A must have for flower arrangers and wedding florists. Details: Flower type: ball Height: 4′ Site: full sun Days to maturity: 80-100 days Plant spacing: 12-18” Pinch: when plants are 12” tall Harvesting/Vase Life: Cut when blooms are ¾ of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm and lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180° water and allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.



Blue Boy Dahlia

Dahlia Blue Boy 36-40″ tall. Dahlia Blue Boy is a show-stopping lilac-blue variety that brings a unique color to the world of Dahlias. These well-formed flowers provide dramatic color in flower beds and borders for many months from midsummer. Mix Blue Boy with shades of pink, purple or silver for an outstanding display, or use it to cool down warmer colored flowers. Cold hardy in zones 8-10. In colder zones lift the bulbs in fall and store in a cool place over the winter.



Dahlia ‘Arabian Night’

Dahlia Arabian Night – Decorative|Woolmans Flower Bulbs Dahlia Arabian Night is an all-time favourite with deep maroon flowers borne in abundance.