Dahlia Flower

A La Mode Red Dahlia Flower

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Red Dahlia Flower

A La Mode Red Dahlia Flower Wallpaper

Beautiful red and white bicolor bloom.  Bloom size ranges from 6 to 8 inches.  This dahlia produces an exceptional amount of blooms per plant.  Some flowers can be all orange with little to no variegation but it generally produces truly variegated blooms.

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Orange Dahlia Flowers

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Orange Dahlia Flowers

Orange Dahlia Flowers

This flower comes in various colors, sizes and shapes. The different sizes, color, height and petal shape allow you to characterize the different species. That’s why landscapers and florists love it so much.

Orange Dahlia HD Wallpaper

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Orange Dahlia

Orange Dahlia HD Wallpaper

The dahlia hybrids are most often seen as garden plants. Anders Dahl was an 18th-century Swedish botanist for whom the Dahlia flower is now named after. There’s so much more to this remarkable perennial than just where its name comes from. Here is some important information you should know about the Dahlia. The Dahlia or Dahlia hortensis, as it’s called by its scientific name, is a bushy perennial that is easy to spot.

Close up Deep Pink Dahlia Checkers

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Dahlia Checkers

Deep Pink Dahlia Checkers

Dahlia ‘Checkers’ is a decorative dahlia, growing to around 1m high. It flowers from late summer to autumn.

Decorative Dahlia Checkers

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Decorative Dahlia Checkers

Decorative Dahlia Checkers

Checkers is a Miniature Decorative Dahlia.  With its bi-color flowers, deep red or pink at the base of the florets and white at the tip it is a striking and attractive plant.  It stands out in beds and looks bright and cheerful in a vase. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds.Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater.

Magenta Dahlia Flower Close Up

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Magenta Dahlia Flower Wallpaper

Magenta Dahlia Flower Wallpaper

Dahlias have a long history of use in horticulture, earning a well-deserved reputation as consistent bloomers. Enhancing gardens and adorning arrangements as cut flowers, the Dahlia has been acclaimed “Queen of the Autumn Garden” by its admirers. dahlias are closely related to chrysanthemums, daisies, marigolds, zinnias, and dandelions. Few genera can match the diversity dahlias exhibit. There are at least 27 species and literally thousands of cultivars developed through hybridization. Heights range from several inches to over 20 feet for some wild species. Flowers come in almost every color imaginable and can be thumbnail size to 12 inches across, blooming from mid-summer until a frost in our area. Flower shapes are also quite diverse, ranging from marigold-like to sunflower-like. The American Dahlia Society recognizes 12 groups of cultivars, distinguished primary by their flowers.