SHOWPIECE DOUBLE MIXED Dahlia Seeds
Improved Decorative type Dahlias with a high percentage of double, 3-4 inch blooms held on long, strong stems. They are superb cut flowers. Colors include purple, red, lavender, yellow, carmine, pink, and salmon. The 3-4 foot tall plants are heavy blooming; provide large quantities of rich, radiant flowers for both the border and vase from midsummer until frost.
CACTUS FLOWERED HYBRIDS MIXED Dahlia Seeds
Tall, 4-5 foot plants produce large, long-stemmed fully double and semi-double flowers with quilled and twisted petals. They are superb for cutting. Bloom is in late summer and autumn.
BLACK BEAUTY Dahlia Seeds
Well-branched 18-24 inch plants, solid dark mahogany-red blooms with golden centers. Petals appear almost black in the sun. 'Black Beauty' is the darkest dahlia flower available from seed. Blooms in late summer and autumn, a striking addition to borders or containers, a one-of-a-kind addition to bouquets. A Fleuroselect Approved Novelty.
FIGARO SERIES Dahlia Seeds
Bright, showy double and semi-double 2.5-3 inch flowers on easy to grow well-branched, 12-14 inch tall plants. Figaro dahlias bloom from early summer until frost and are excellent in beds, borders or containers. The Figaro Series is the best performing dahlia for large-scale landscape planting.
A formula mix of flowers in yellow, red, rose, violet, orange and white shades.
An outstanding mix of 2.5 inch semi-double flowers in shades of rose, yellow, scarlet, orange and violet, collared in shorter petals of white or soft yellow. Plants are compact growing to 14 inches tall, bloom lavishly all summer into fall and are lively additions to borders or containers.
FIREWORKS Dahlia Seeds
'Fireworks' creates an explosion of magnificent maroon striped flowers in shades of white, yellow, pink and red from early summer until frost. The dwarf, 12 inch plants never require staking, and the strong-stemmed flowers are long-lasting cut. 'Fireworks' is a showy, easy to grow choice for borders or containers.
How to Plant DAHLIA Seeds
Sow seed in cell packs or 2 inch pots, press into soil and barely cover. Kept at 75° F., germination is in 7-20 days. Transplant into the garden 12 inches apart.
Comments: Full sun, prefers afternoon shade in hot, dry climates. Keep soil moist, water deeply 2-3 times per week. Flowers attract butterflies, and are excellent for cutting. Plants are deer resistant, may be damaged when access to regular food or water is limited. Tubers are dug in autumn, stored for the winter, planted the following spring.