#Dahlias are one of the most popular #flowers in the entire world and for good reason. Just look at them!!
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Types of Dahlias
Pink & Peach Dahlias
Orange & Coral Dahlias
Mixed Color Dahlias
Dahlia Tips & Tricks
5-Star Favorite: Dahlia Great Silence
5-Star Favorite: Dahlia Great Silence. "Absolutely beautiful pink dahlia with hints of orange and purple, perfect for both summer and fall bouquets. Very prolific bloomer! I will grow this forever!" - Kimberly P. from Avon, OH
Dahlia Jowey Mirella
Floral designers love ball dahlias for their perfectly round flower heads, long vase life and clear, intense colors. Jowey Mirella is a classic, with 3" dark, burgundy-black blossoms that add drama to any arrangement. One of British flower expert Sarah Raven's favorites.
Dahlia Zundert Mystery Fox
This fabulous dahlia's mystery is its color. Each plant produces blossoms in a range of hues, from terracotta to coral and dusky rose. The 3 to 4" ball-style flowers are incredibly long lasting on the plant as well as in a vase. Zundert Mystery Fox starts blooming early in the season and pumps out tons of flowers with nice, long stems all the way to frost.
New for 2020: Dahlia HS Kiss
New for 2020: Dahlias in the HS (Happy Single) series are easy and reliable. They pump out tons of flowers from July to frost and keep gardens buzzing with bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. The salmon-rose flowers of HS Kiss look stunning against the plant's dark foliage. You'll find they add a cheery touch to any flower arrangement.
The wait is over...Labyrinth dahlias are back in stock for 2020. Due to a crop failure, Labyrinth was unavailable last year and we missed it dearly! No other variety has the same watercolor blend of apricot, soft pink and old rose. Narrow, twisting petals give it a casual charm. Labyrinth deserves a place in every flower garden.
Dahlia Lilac Time
This lovely, lavender-violet dahlia was developed in England from the darker-hued variety Thomas Edison. It will give you loads of big, 6-8" diameter flowers with nice, strong stems. A must for pastel-colored gardens and lush summer arrangements.
Dahlia Dinnerplate Otto's Thrill
This classic dinnerplate dahlia is loved for its giant, 10" blooms and lovely orchid-pink color. The broad petals are darker at the center and lighter at the tips, which makes the flowers look extra lush. Otto's Thrill was bred in the U.S. and has been a top seller since it was introduced in 1956. Just one stem makes a bouquet.
Dahlia Dinnerplate Tartan
Tartan's enormous two-tone flowers will be the talk of your garden this summer. The blossoms are an artful blend of deep burgundy and snowy white, with some petals solid and others striped. Just a few stems makes a stunning arrangement. This timeless favorite has been popular since the 1950s.
Dahlia Decorative Karma Choc
Karma Choc's velvety, deep red flowers have almost black centers. The plants are bushy and strong, with burgundy foliage that has a teal blue sheen. Bred in Holland for the cut flower market, these 4 to 5" blossoms have sturdy stems and are long-lasting in a vase.
Dahlia Single HS Date
This dahlia's open growth habit and abundance of fluttering blooms make it a favorite choice for perennial gardens. The glossy, burgundy foliage is a perfect backdrop for the melon and burnt-orange flowers. HS Date is a prolific bloomer and has long stems that are great for cutting.
Dahlia Dinnerplate Thomas Edison
Dahlia Thomas Edison was bred in the U.S. and first introduced back in 1929. Today it is still the considered the best purple dinnerplate dahlia on the market. Plant these sturdy dahlias, with their big, perfectly formed flowers, at the back of a perennial border, in a cutting garden or even in your vegetable garden.