1995 AN Such a pretty anemone form! These 3″ red petals have a bright yellow pin cushion center brushed with red. Good stems on a 3.5′ plant. Holds up well in arrangements. A popular variety with our customers!
1948 Heirloom MS 1.5″ pink blooms with a yellow button center on a 2′ plant. The pollinators love this little one. Adorable variety for fun planters such as wishing wells and bicycles!
1986 OT 3″ Christmas red petals with a white and red collar and golden disk center. Grows on a 3.5′ to 4′ plant.
2009 AN – A larger bloom for the Anemone form. Dark lavender 4″ petals are beautiful with it’s dark purple puff center tipped with yellow gold. Nice stems that hold the bloom well on a 3.5′ plant.
2012 OT Beautiful 3.5″ light blends of lavender on a 4′ plant. Winner of the Stanley Johnson award! Top garden choice and show winner in it’s class.
1955 Heirloom CO Creamy white 3.5″ petals brushed with raspberry. This is the diva on our runway of collarette forms in our garden. A prolific bloomer and pollinator favorite that grows on a 3.5 to 4′ plant from Holland.
1998 CO Like a warm hug on a summer morning, these 3.5″ light orange petals with a rose pink collar will bring smiles to your heart. Lots of blooms on a 3.5′ plant with good stems for cutting.
2010 CO This stunning variety will make your heart skip a beat! Deep red velvet 3.5″ petals with a sunny yellow and red collar. A 3.5′ plant with lots of blooms that come alive with bumblebees. A hummingbird favorite. Get yours today and find out what the buzz is all about!
2007 CO Very pretty dusty orange pointed petals with an orange collar. It can sometimes appear to have a hint of lavender in it’s collar. Nice stems that grow on a 2.5 to 3′ plant that is covered in blooms all season.
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2013 CO This one calls for attention with it’s beautiful summer colors of butterscotch orange and it’s dark pink collar. These 3.5″ blooms that grow on a 3.5′ plant will be the talk of the town!
2008 AN We love this one! It’s 3.5″ lavender petals are centered with a beautiful puff of lavender tipped with yellow. Tons of blooms all season on a hardy bushy 3.5 to 4′ plant with nice stems for cutting. A must have for gardeners that enjoy the Anemone form.
2009 O Beautiful 3.5 to 4″ burgundy red blooms with lavender inset and golden disk center. A variety that has excellent stems for cutting for this type of form and grows on a 3.5 to 4′ plant. Does very well in the shows!
2007 AN You’ll get plenty of 4″ blooms from this sassy one! Its white petals surround a blonde dome center. Love its long sturdy stems for cutting. Grows on a 4′ plant with nice foliage. We cut large bouquets from this one all summer!
1998 CO Cheery 3.5″ petals are a bright red-orange trimmed with a fluorescent yellow collared center. A prolific bloomer on a 4.5′ plant! A stand out in the garden and calls out to all Honey & Bumblebees. Hummingbirds will be stopping by regularly. Couldn’t you just picture Winnie the Pooh carrying a bouquet with all the butterflies fluttering around?
2016 AN With it’s orange puffed center surrounded by a row of peachy orange petals, this one will add a different color to your Anemone form collection. These 3.5″ blooms remind us of the fall holidays. Nice stems for cutting on it’s 3.5′ plant. A good choice for bouquets to add a fun dimension. Mixes well with a number of bouquet color palettes.
2019 AN A newer exciting variety brought to us by Steve and Sandy Boley from Birch Bay Dahlias! Overall outstanding variety. With it’s rich gorgeous garnet red color, long strong and upright dark stems, this is a must have for the dahlia collection! With it being my (Tina) birthstone as well, it will have a permanent home in our garden!
1997 CO Light up the garden with this charming collarette variety! These 3 to 3.5″ brilliant fuchsia petals are enhanced by a white collar. Nice stems on a 3.5 to 4′ plant will call out to the pollinators!
2011 O This variety is such an extreme dark purple that it appears black. A rare and dramatic find for the conscience gardener that wants to add a touch of mystery to their garden. It’s 2.5 to 3″ velvety petals form a star with a golden disk center on a 2.5 to 3′ plant making it a unique conversation piece.