2010 FD 4″ dark purple ball with white inset on a 4 to 5′ plant. This one has perfect long and sturdy stems for cutting in addition to it’s wonderful form.
2017 C A pretty light blend of yellow and purple blooms. A floriferous variety that grows on a 5+’ plant.
2015 LC This prolific bloomer provides us with vibrant magenta blooms all season. Long upright stems are a breeze to cut on it’s 5′ plant.
Photo coming soon! 2017 C Here it is! A beautiful choice for the fans of purple dahlias! Makes a wonderful cut flower for bouquets and is an exciting choice for shows to fill your space in the BB Cactus category.
2009 ID Want a dainty dahlia that has a rosebud appearance? You found it here! Beautiful little red blooms with yellow inset. It’s bud may appear purple making it super pretty in arrangements with yellows and purples. Really long upright stems on a tall 5+’ plant blooms abundantly all season.
All That Jazz
2009 FD Spice up the party with these gorgeous rose and apricot blooms. Excellent stems for cutting bouquets on a 4′ plant.
2019 LC introduction. Scored in all eight trial gardens. These red-orange blooms are full and have a perfect round fuzzy look to them. Strong stems on a 5′ plant.
1995 FD. We truly love this one! It’s bright red-orange 4″ blooms have a perfect form with really nice stems! Hardy & dependable 4 to 5′ plant. Easy to grow. Good tuber producer. Beautiful in fall bouquets. Lots of blooms.
2006 ID Ooh La La! Stunning tropical colors of banana yellow and purple-mauve on these lovely blooms. Good cut flower that grows on a 4′ plant. Produces lots of blooms to cut for arrangements.
Photo coming soon! 1992 introduction by Swan Island. A sport of Candy Cane. These variegated blooms are orange with splashes of red, tipped in white. Grows on a 4′ plant. Swan Island suggested the form to be a Novelty.
1998 FD 4″ velvety dark red blooms on a 5′ plant. Excellent upright, long sturdy stems with lots of blooms. This is one of our most cut flower choices for events, florists, and personal arrangements. Hardy and reliable every year.
1971 C Pretty 6″ salmon pink blooms grow on a 4-1/2′ plant. This variety has really nice stems which make it a good choice to add flair to your floral bouquets.
1996 ID Class book lists this as an M (miniature) but we have not ever had blooms under 4″. Blooms are a nice shade of lavender-pink with dark pink brush strokes on the back of each petal. Grows on a 4-1/2′ plant. A farm favorite and photogenic gorgeous dahlia at any angle! This one will add a good morning bright delight to your yard!
2013* BA These 4″ balls are a pretty blend of dark & light pink. Nice strong stems for cutting that grows on a 4′ plant.
2011* FD If you like yellow for fresh cut bouquets, this is a first choice! Perfect form on these 5″ blooms with great depth. Nice long, sturdy upright stems on a 5+’ plant. Lots of blooms all season will bring sunshine to your garden! A dependable choice for show, floral designs, or personal bouquets.
1975 LC FL Sizzling 5″ flame red blooms appear to display a fires glow with it’s yellow undertones. Nice full blooms grow on a 4′ plant.
Clack's Little J
2012 FD rich shade of dark red, these 4″ full blooms will add a beautiful look to your floral arrangements. Strong stems for cutting on a 4′ plant.
2011 FD LB 5-6″ beautiful blooms with light color blends of yellow and violet. Lots of blooms with excellent stems for cutting. Gorgeous dahlia for those special arrangements.
2001 ID 5″ pink blooms with a pretty ruffled look that slightly fold back toward the stem. Good depth on this bloom that grows on a 5′ plant.
1994 BA 3-1/2-4″ red ball is an all around must have choice. Perfect form, color, really long strong stems that hold the blooms well and grows on a 4′ plant. Perfect choice for floral designers. Excellent vase life!
2008 FD bright 4″ raspberry blooms with yellow deep at center. Brilliant color with nice stems that grow on a 4′ plant. Add a little smaller dimension to brighten up your bouquets!
2015 FD flame orange 4″ blooms with good stems for cutting. Floral designers choice for fall bouquets. Also looks pretty with dark purple for a pop of color. Grows on a 3-1/2′ plant.
2010 FD gorgeous 5 to 6″ dark Crayola purple blooms with petals that come to a slight point. Wonderful full depth on a hardy 4-1/2′ plant. Excellent long strong stems for cutting. Can tend to show a bit of it’s center. A very popular selection for wedding bouquets.
2010 SC Wow! 5″ fuchsia and white blooms on a 4-1/2′ plant. It calls to visitors from across the garden! Excellent strong, straight stems reach for the sky. Such a pretty one! Excellent choice that will surely enchant the garden.
1999 ID Feeling a little Excentric? Pretty 4″ vibrant coral-pink blooms seem to smile at you from the undertones of its light yellow center. Its petals display a delicate curl that warms the heart. A lush 3-1/2′ plant that has loads of blooms all season. For an added bonus, it has long lasting blooms that hold up well on the plant as well as its vase life. Its color has remained cheerful during hot weather conditions. Line your yard with this beacon of happiness!
2015 FD 4-1/2″ A brilliant glow of fuchsia is just the pop of color to add to your garden collection. Grows on a 4′ plant and is a good cut flower variety.
1988 FD A striking variety! Like a fire engine, these 4″ blooms reflect a bright blaze of red on a 3-1/2′ plant. It’s near black foliage adds a unique contrast of color that is hard to find!
2015 FD Need more fluff to go with that wedding dress? A delicate touch to add in a bridal bouquet, these light pink blooms display a creamy white center. Nice stems for cutting on a 4-1/2′ plant.
1975 ID These princess pink 4-5″ blooms will bring smiles to your face and happiness to your heart! With its creamy center and snippy tips, it will add delight to your garden. Long upright stems grow on a 4-1/2′ plant and makes this one great for cutting.
2017 SC a pretty color combination. Its 5 to 6″ soft orange petals curl at the tips to reveal its lavender-pink reverse. Dark long sturdy stems make cutting easy. Grows on a tall 5+’ plant.
1999 LC 5″ egg yolk yellow blooms are full and plentiful on a 4-1/2′ plant. An older Swan Island variety that is now hard to find.
Hollyhill Black Beauty
2012 ID Absolutely perfect for cutting! These black-red 6″ blooms have long, upright, and sturdy stems that grow abundantly on a hardy 4-1/2′ plant. Blooms hold up well and are gorgeous in arrangements!
2016 SC Peach colored 4-5″ show quality variety. A really good cut flower and a floriferous bloomer that grows on a 5+’ plant.
Hollyhill Jokers Wild
ID Red and white favorite in our garden. These 4 to 5″ blooms display various patterns of red and white or solids. The next bloom pattern is anyone’s guess! Long upright stems on a tall 5 to 6′ plant. Play your cards and you’ll be a winner with this addition to your garden! Needs pinched a couple times during early growth to bush it out for more blooms otherwise it tends to grow like a corn stalk. A hard to find fun variety.
2009 C These 5″ blooms are brilliant shades of raspberry red to fuchsia with a nice white which pops the darker color. Grows on a 4′ plant. It’s long stems makes this a good cut flower.
2019 SC Orange new introduction from Ted & Margaret Kennedy. Long stems? LOL, this is the Eiffel Tower in our garden. If you want color, form, stem, lots of blooms, and a top show flower, this is the one! 6-8′ tall! Get the ladder for staking & deadheading!
1999 BA really pretty shade of vineyard dark purple. These 3-1/2 to 4″ blooms have excellent form and stems for cutting. Holds up well in arrangements as well as it’s vase life. Grows on a 3-1/2 – 4′ plant.
2017* BA smoky salmon 4″ blooms are gorgeous mixed with a color palette of rose pink and peach shades. Perfect stems for cutting on a 5′ plant. A popular choice for floral designers.
1892 Heirloom BA A 3-1/2 to 4″ ball that has stood the test of time! Light custard yellow and burgundy blooms with a dark red plum button center. Grows on a 3-1/2′ plant. This historic variety was first introduced to gardens by the Aztecs. We also grow a dark pink sport that is only available as a cut flower.
Korb Summer Gala
2001 ID 5″ soft white brushed with lavender, these petals are accentuated with a darker lavender outline. An attractive feature in our dahlia garden! A nice cut flower on a 4+’ plant.
2015 ID Romance is in the air! The blooms swirl with a flair of vintage pink and soft yellow highlights at the center. Heavy bloomer all season on a 4′ plant.
1982 BA Bells are ringing and birds are singing! The white 3.5 to 4″ wedding balls are perfect for arrangements. Lots of blooms on strong, upright stems that grow on a 4′ plant. Easy to grow, a consistent bridal choice and show winner!
1957 Heirloom SC Lavender and white 5-6″ blooms. Reminiscent of ladies wearing pearls and vintage laced flowing dresses. Its tea time in a country garden. Strong stems on a 4′ plant.
1995 ID lemon yellow petals tipped in white. Nice depth on these 5″ blooms and plenty of them. Unlike a lot of white tipped varieties, this one holds up well in warmer climates with limited fading or burned tips. Good cut flower on a 4+’ plant.
1995 ID from Swan Island. 5″ coral pink blooms with a hint of yellow at center. These are simply lovely in arrangements or blooming freely in the garden. Nice cut flower on a 4′ plant. Popular with the brides!
1992 FD. If you want one that will get lots of attention, this is it! Bright yellow 5″ blooms with a beautiful shade of variegated red on a 4 to 5′ plant. Each bloom may occasionally display solid red on some petals for unique designs. A customer favorite! Really nice sturdy stems for cutting!
2007 FD Your perfect orange variety is right here! With its marmalade orange color, perfect 4″ size and form, this one is a ‘go-to’ favorite for fresh cut arrangements particularly in the fall. Very long and sturdy upright stems on a 4′ plant.
2019 ID introduction. Bronze 5″ blooms with a yellow inset and terracotta reverse sets the mood for a Caribbean sunset. As a bonus, this variety has hues of peach/pink. Good cut flower that grows on a 4-1/2′ plant. No photo for 2019 available-Google.
2017 FD creamy white 4″ blooms on a 4′ plant with good stems for cutting. For brides that want a more subtle antique white for their bouquets, this is an excellent choice.
1986 ID 4-5″ white blooms edged with bright fuchsia. Nice stems make this one a great garden and bouquet choice to brighten the day. A 3.5 to 4′ plant. Dad’s favorite so has a sentimental value to our family.
2005 SC deep raspberry red 5″ blooms with a yellow center will give your garden and bouquets a rich pop of color. This one will give you armloads of blooms all season that grow on a lush 4′ plant.
2015 SC wonderful shade of Hawaiian 5″ coral blooms with a warm shade of yellow can be seen deep at it’s center. Super stems for cutting bouquets from this 4-5′ plant.
1998 ID Fresh linen white 4″ blooms brushed with lavender make this one a perfect selection for bridal arrangements or Victorian era gardens. Lovely form and nice stems for cutting. Grows on a 4′ lush plant.
1994 FD These 4″ dusty rose blooms are like a whisper of garden secrets. Nice 4+’ plant makes cutting the stems a breeze. Beautiful for all-season bouquets.
NTAC Mia Li
2008 FD like a tropical dream, this perfect 4 to 5″ ball-shaped variety reminds us of a refreshing breath of fresh air! Quench your thirst for a garden in paradise and add this one to your collection! Tropical sunset shades of pinks and orange with hints of yellow on a 4-5′ plant.
2000 FD BI 5″ bright orange blooms tipped with white on a 4+’ plant. Each bloom may display a different pattern of it’s bi-color. A fun dahlia with a circus surprise on every bloom! A favorite fall flower for floral designers!
Peaches and Dreams
2007 FD 5″ Dreamy pastel shades of peachy pink with yellow at center. This one is so pretty it will leave you in a trance. Good stems on this 4-1/2′ plant. No tubers available, fresh cut only.
2007 ID 5″ blooms are like dahlia eye candy. Caramel blooms on dark stems make a beautiful contrast in the garden and grows on a 4+’ plant. Excellent strong stems to cut for fall bouquets. Perfect all-around choice for events, designers, gift giving and personal bouquets! No photo available, Google.
ID a true shade of red 5″ blooms. This variety is the most unusual! The buds open with very pointed petals and then develop into a fuller stellar type shape as it’s petals curve back toward the stem. A 5′ plant with super long stems that hold the bloom well above the foliage.
1987 BA these 4″ blooms share the colors of a summer sunset. Its apricot pink blooms display a warmth of yellow and are grow atop a 4′ plant. Good cut flower with long-lasting vase life.
1988 IC a radiant combination of of red raspberry, pink and white blooms that grow on a 4′ plant. A nice variety for those that want a vibrant pop of color in their garden.
2010 FD the pearly gates have opened with the discovery of these soft pink blooms that display it’s calling with a light yellow halo at it’s center. Excellent sturdy upright stems for cutting bouquets. A bridal favorite for those blush-colored events. Sincerely stunning as a dozen in a vase!
2006 ID fluffy 5″ blooms boast a form that has petals with a slight curled-laciniated appearance. A unique and rich blend of coral, mauve and purple displayed on a 4′ dark stem plant. Very pretty!
2014 ID Gorgeous soft pink blooms to adorn your garden. A stunning photogenic variety! Long sturdy stems make it a good cut flower. An excellent choice for brides that want to be the belle of their bridal ball! An in demand choice for the stylish floral designer that wants to create elegant center pieces. These blooms grow on a 4-1/2′ plant with lovely foliage.
2006 C Here it is! Bubblicious pink 5″ blooms to tastefully brighten your garden palette! A prolific bloomer with nice stems on a 4′ plant.
1995 LC 4″ red spiky blooms with fimbriated lighter purple red tips on a 3′ plant. We really like the look of this one and can understand how it gets it’s name. Looks just like a red sea urchin!
2004 LC 4 to 5″ fimbriated full fuzzy balls of sunlit yellow will add a bright color to your garden. Grows on a nice tall 5′ plant with really nice stems for cutting.
2015 FD 4″ very true red blooms that blanket a 3-1/2′ plant like soft velvet. If you like red, this is a must have. A red variety in this size makes it perfect for arrangements. Strong stems that hold up well. Not a real tall plant so have to cut farther down the plant for long stems.
Who Dun It
2000 ID Vibrant purple-pink & white 5″ blooms that have fabulous stems for cutting. Stunning in arrangements as well as in the garden. Grows on an upright 4-5′ plant. A butterfly choice for perfect photo opportunities!