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The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

Posted by jujujojo none (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 17, 13 at 18:38

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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

Yummy colors/forms!! Thanks for sharing! Especially love the pink/ivory ruffly one.


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

Do you know the names? They're gorgeous.


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

I love them! They look so healthy and I like the colors too. You must be doing something right. :-)


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

kogane fubuki and Karma Sangria, I think.


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

Would love to grow them but here I would have to dig them every fall and I know that eventually they would stay in the ground and freeze.

Just lovely though.


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

mmmmm, found myself disobeying my self-imposed restrictions on new plants....and ordering a few collarettes.

Like roses, I rather prefer the singles but will go with waterlily and collarettes too. I admire those gigantic 10 inch blooms in other people's gardens...


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

osted by campanula UK Cambridge (My Page) on Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 17:00

Oh, I see.


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RE: The last blooms of Dahlia this year - beautiful!

Yours are stunning ! The ones I grew this year, didn't look anything like what was shown on the packages I had purchased, or haven't bloomed at all...I sure do miss 'Yachiyo Tsubaki' & ' Alfred Grille' which grew quite well , flowered beautifully and returned for several years.
Is that last one Alfred, or 'Stars Favorite'?


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