1980 A butterfly invitation! These 2″ hot raspberry and white blooms cover the 2′ plant all season. Gorgeous for a patio decoration.
2000 4″ blooms of lavender and white on a 1-1/2 to 2′ compact plant. A perfect choice for large pots or raised beds.
2014 A larger waterlily variety, these 6″ white blooms grow on a 5′ plant with great stems for cutting. This one is a popular variety as it always brings out a feeling of romance in those lovely wedding bouquets. For the independent bride that knows what she wants and goes after it!
2005 Like a beautiful sunset, this 5 to 6″ orange waterlily form is a cheerful addition in the garden that relaxes the soul. Nice stems on a 4+’ plant.
1990 Bright red 3″ waterlily form on a bushy 3′ plant with pretty foliage. A prolific bloomer that would be a perfect border along a driveway or fence line.
1994 4″ creamy yellow and pastel rose blooms like you would find in an English garden. Grows on a 1-1/2 to 2′ plant. Great for potted dahlia gift giving. Produces lots of blooms all season.
1969 3″ blooms are neon orange and yellow. Grows on a compact 1-1/2 to 2′ compact plant. Add some vibrant color to your flower bed or patio containers!
1942 Heirloom. This shell pink waterlily form is a standout in our garden. Customers always seem to point at this one and reply, “oh, how pretty”. Brides reply, “take note!” An oldie and still a goodie. These 5″ blooms adorn the 4′ plant. Very long stems for cutting.
2005 3-1/2″ blooms are butterscotch gold brushed with orange on front and back of it’s petals giving it a dimensional 3D effect. Beautiful lacy dark foliage and strong stems that grow on a 3-1/2′ plant.
Glorie van Heemstede
1947 Heirloom. These creamy butter yellow 4 to 5″ waterlily blooms hold color very well in sunlight. Long & strong stems that make a superb cut flower on a 4′ compact full foliage plant. A prolific bloomer. No wonder it’s been around so long!
Hollyhill Black Widow
2007 Another excellent variety brought to us by Ted & Margaret Kennedy. Deep burgundy 6″ blooms on excellent strong upright stems that grow on a tall 5+’ plant. Perfect choice to add to your dark red-black bouquets or add some orange tones to beautify your fall arrangements.
Hollyhill Pink Tigress
2013 These 5″ pink and yellow blooms are variegated with red on a 5-6′ plant. This one has the WOW factor with it’s coat of many colors! These blooms typically should have darker richer shades of it’s colors along with heavier variegation. Ours tend to bloom in more pastel shades. Nice long stems for cutting.
2007 The only dahlia that may have fragrance. It’s lingering chocolate aroma makes this a special choice for your garden. Red-black velvety 4 to 5″ blooms grow on a dark foliage 3-1/2′ plant.
1987 If you like the waterlily forms, you’ll love this one. These 5″ yellow blooms are lightly tipped with orange on a 4′ attractive plant. Watch the butterflies flutter around for perfect photo opportunities!
2004 This was one of our first varieties that sold out 3 years in a row! A popular choice and for good reason. A lovely 5″ white and pastel pink blend on a 4′ plant with really nice stems for cutting. Beautiful for Victorian bridal bouquets. Add some pearls, a lace wrap and a crystal broach for a finishing touch.
1995 A favorite waterlily form in our garden! These pink and yellow 5″ blooms radiate a fluorescent glow. Grows on a 4′ plant that lights up the entire garden and calls to you for attention! Not a variety to be missed.
1990 An adorable 3-1/2″ waterlily variety. Beautiful deep lavender blue petals with dark purple outline and reverse. Long strong stems make it easy for cutting on a 4+’ plant.
2014 A delightful light blend of pink and orange gives this lovely ‘BB’ size waterlily form an overall coral color. It’s super dark stems and foliage gives it a special contrast that makes it a one-of-a-kind for the discriminating gardener. Long, sturdy stems for cutting on a 4.5 to 5′ plant. Good vase life, an excellent tuber producer, and a hardy winter storage variety makes this one a keeper!
2009 Unusually large petals for a waterlily form. It’s large 6″ Poinsettia red blooms will add flair to your waterlily collection. This is the one that invites the little green tree frogs just like the pond lily. Sturdy upright stems that grow on a 5’plant.
1958 Heirloom This 4-6″waterlily form is from Holland and has apricot petals delicately speckled and streaked with burgundy on a 4′ plant. Some of our blooms this year were 1/2 solid burgundy and 1/2 variegated. Lovely old variety.
1985 Soft pastel pink 7 to 8″ blooms appear to be frosted with white. This is about the largest waterlily form we have ever seen! Very strong growing 4′ bush. You could almost imagine them floating in a still pond. Prolific bloomer provided us bouquets all season.
Sandia Candy Corn
2014 A merry-go-round of delightful orange, these 5″ blooms are tipped with white. Our floral designers favorite of all our 300+ varieties and we can see why! Nice long stems on a 4-1/2 to 5′ plant. Satisfy your sweet tooth dahlia cravings and add this to your garden!
2010 Oh so pretty for fall bouquets. Lovely 5″ pumpkin orange blooms that fade to peach on the edges. An added bonus is it’s dark stems that are great for cutting and grows on a 4-1/2′ plant.