2010 ST Like a warm ray of sun on your face, these 4 to 5″ blooms will add excitement to your garden. It has sturdy stems which makes this a great cut flower that grows on a 4′ plant.
AC Golden Nickles
1992 ST 4″ pink blooms on a 4′ plant. Just think of pink cotton candy. The petals have a tendency of curling slightly backwards toward the stem with a pale pink to almost white center. Lots of blooms for cutting!
Bishop Of Llandaff
1927 PE Heirloom Attractive 3-4″ brilliant dark red blooms have gorgeous lacy black leaf foliage adding an eye-popping contrast. The honey and bumblebees fight over this one as it grows on a 3-1/2′ plant.
2003* NX 5″ blooms that remind us of a tropical vacation. Can have different amounts of color within blends of red, purple, pink and neon yellow. Grows on a 3-1/2′ plant. ADS Class book lists it as an NX (Novelty) but is debatable within the dahlia community. Cross-ref on the BB page as well. Looks more like an ID form to us.
1990 NX 3″ burnt apricot petals with a red reverse on a 4′ plant. With its pretty stellar like petals, beautiful color combination, prolific blooms and nice long stems, this was one we cut often for weddings and fall bouquets.
2012 ST What a beautiful color combination. Large 6 to 7″ blooms are a golden bronze with a dark rose reverse making it an exquisite choice to add to your bouquets. Excellent stems for cutting and grows on a nice taller 5 to 6′ plant. Take home a winner. Derrill Hart award winner!
2008 ST Pretty 4-6″ lavender blooms with a yellow undertone at center. The blooms have pointed petals that fold back toward its long sturdy upright stems. This variety was one of the tallest in our garden last year at well over 5′.
HH Spider Woman
2005 NX Looking for something a little different? Take a peek at this unique Hollyhill dahlia variety! A 3′ plant with 6″ exotic blooms display a web of twists and turns in shades of purple, fuchsia, and white. Fun bouquets. I added some white Pompons, ivy and purple berry foliage to create some really cool Holloween arrangements!
2014 ST dark burgundy and white 4″ blooms. Can display different amounts of it’s bi-color often producing perfectly alternating white and red striped blooms. A fun variety to show and grows on a 4′ plant. Not a good tuber producer but worth having in our collection!
NO 2004 Don’t toss it away! If you’re looking for something a little different to add variety to your garden, this starburst is the one for you! It’s 7″ pointed petals display a magenta coloring with some white and hint of yellow around its golden open center. A safe haven for pollinators and good cut variety that grows on a 5′ plant.
1994 ST 4″ white. Untrue to ADS class color (solid white), our blooms are romantically blushed with a pastel pink-lavender. Lovely in bridal bouquets and grows on a 4′ plant.
2002 ST Well suited for it’s name! Breathtaking florescent 5 to 6″ raspberry blooms are simply stunning! The reverse petals are brush stroked with a lighter shade of fuchsia. Stems are sturdy and upright for cutting and grows on a taller 5+’ plant in our garden.
RC Diane Brazil
2010 ST These 5 to 6″ blooms have pointed white petals outlined and tipped with shades of purple. The dark plum center adds a special pop of eye-catching color! Its petals slightly curve reminding us of the pinwheels we played with as children. Grows on a 4 to 5′ plant. Very pretty! A top 5 pick for purples!
2017 NX WOW! Flame yellow tipped with red-orange, these deeply laciniated petals have a slight twist that gives this variety a unique look. Blooms are 6 to 7″ on a 4 to 5′ plant. A special find for your treasure chest!
Tahoma Stellar Feller
2018 ST White blooms with just a hint of pastel pink-lavender at center during the early stages of blooming. A perfect choice for bridal bouquets with it’s very sturdy long stems. Is a profuse bloomer with a quick recovery. Excellent cut flower and lovely in vintage arrangements. Tubers not available in 2020 so we can rebuild stock.
2002 NX Adorable 3″ blooms are a one-of-a-kind design for your consideration! These white and pale pink blooms are a very popular choice within the dahlia show community. A unique choice with nice stems on a 3.5 to 4′ plant. Tubers not available in 2020 so we can rebuild stock.