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Dahlias in flower as of mid-August

Thursday, 13 Aug 09 Sunny 17°C / 62°F

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Day 475

Dahlia 'Bahama Mama'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

A vigorous bush (currently 4’) with lots of flowers, thin stems.

Dahlia 'Wild West'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

Giant flowers, strong stems, but the center opens more quickly than I’d like. In its third year, the plant has reached 5’.

Day 89

Dahlia 'Cafe au Lait'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

Short stems, color varies— most are a pale pink, with only a few blooms on one plant coming up in the desired color (pictured).

Day 89

Dahlia 'Sean C.'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

Lots of flowers on a 4’ plant.

Day 89

Dahlia 'Rose Toscano'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

Always lovely. Currently at 4’ with moderate blooms.

Day 89

Dahlia 'Karma Serena'

Dahlia pinnata

Flowering

Strong stems, sturdy form. Plant is only 2’.

Comments

  • rainymountain

    rainymountain wrote:

    Impressive!

    Posted on 08 Sep 09 (about 5 years ago)

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