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Flowers: Dahlia
Dahlia x hybrida
I had always thought of dahlia as a tuberous flower, little realizing that there is a whole world of dahlia growing from seed. The sweetest thing about growing from seed is the incredible diversity you can explore, and you can save tubers from your favorite finds. If only peppers and tomatoes were so easy! Dahlias make wonderful cut flowers, and because they don't ship well, make a wonderful local cut. Space 12" apart. Start early in the greenhouse or outside after frost.
Seeds Per Gram: 125

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 Bishop's Children (Dahlia)  Bishop's Children 
NEW FOR 2017! Tall plants with dark purple foliage sporting 3-4" single and double blooms in a range of solid or variegated tones. Orange, apricot, gold, red, pink, purple and bicolored broad flat petals. Long straight stems are perfect for tall bouquets. Heirloom mix. pricing and more info...
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 Harlequin Mix (Dahlia)  Harlequin Mix 
NEW FOR 2017! Earliest to bloom from seed, these little jokers are only 14-16" tall, putting their all into costumes of bicolored 2½" semi-doubled blossoms. Scarlet-yellow, cherry-white, purples, yellows, oranges and reds. You can save tubers of your favorite kinds! pricing and more info...
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 Star Gazer (Dahlia)  Star Gazer 
NEW FOR 2017! Medium statured plants crested with 3-4" semi-doubled blossoms composed of cupped and pointed rays in solid or bicolor tones. Scarlet-white, yellow-reds, apricots and oranges. 16-28" tall. pricing and more info...
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