2017 ID These 8″ bright and shaggy red blooms are breathtaking! Brides use this one for cake toppers as well as arrangements. It’s fluted petals slightly twist at the tips to reveal a lighter red/lavender hue when sunlit.
Allen's Ladies Choice
2013 ID 8″ burgundy red petals randomly flecked with yellow on a 5+’ plant. A fun sport of the long time award winner Spartacus.
1942 HEIRLOOM. ID-V 8″ yellow blooms variegated with wine-red on a 4′ plant. Can produce solid petals. This year I had a bloom that was half variegated and half solid magenta-red petals.
2010 ID-V 8-10″ variegated blooms on a 5′ plant. Another beautiful sport of Spartacus. It’s a wild child with its different pattern variations of burgundy-red and orange.
2015 ID Like a beautiful large white fluffy cloud a drift in the sky, these 9″ blooms with great depth blanket the 3-1/2 to 4′ bushy plant all season! Has a slight pink blush at center. Strong stems that hold the blooms well.
Ketchup & Mustard
2011 FD FL The name says it all! These 8-10″ flame red and neon yellow blooms make this one a stand out in any garden! Grows on a 4.5′ plant.
2009 ID white 8-10″ flowing petals that fold back toward the stem on a 4-1/2 – 5′ plant.
1997 SC LB 8″ lavender and white blooms with sturdy upright stems that grow on a 5′ plant. A cheery garden favorite you can always depend on.
1989 ID 8 to 10″ lilac and white blooms which at times produces solid purple petals. Grows on a compact 4′ garden variety plant. Would make a beautiful hedge type flowering plant. Our brides use this one for arbor décor.
2000 ID 9″ ruffled lavender-blue toned blooms are so pretty in arrangements. Grows on strong stems on it’s 4.5′ plant.
2010 IC 9-10″ cool creamy white blooms will give your arrangements a different dimension.
1997 ID Arctic blizzard white 9″ blooms with excellent depth blanket it’s 4′ plant all season. Really nice stems that hold it’s blooms well. A show winner of the Derrill Hart Medal award in 1997! A lovely choice for weddings.
1993 ID These 8 to 10″ blooms are a deep burgundy red giving the petals a velvety appearance as they fold back toward the stem. Blooms are round and deep on a 4-1/2′ plant. One of Jeff’s favorites! An old timer that is a consistent top show winner!
2012 ID Bronze-orange 9″ blooms that glitter in sunlight. The petals flow back toward the stem as if they are being blown by a light summer breeze. Nice depth on these blooms with sturdy stems on a 4-1/2′ plant. A sport of Spartacus.
2002 ID These 10″ yellow blooms are like a beacon of glowing light that brighten up our garden!
2017 ID 8″ plum purple with petals outlined in silver like icing on a cake. Stands up strong on a 4′ plant. Roll out the red carpet! This is one of our new prime varieties that demands eye catching royal attention!
2005 ID 9″ lavender petals that fold back toward the stem on a 4.5 to 5′ plant. This was so gorgeous in our garden this season! A must have for your Dahlia collection. Winner of the Darrill Hart Medal! Consistent show winner.