Types of Dahlia
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True red dahlia with the petals that have a curl. The tall plant grows on a plant with nice foliage that produces lots of blooms.
Dahlia in different Colors
Dahlias’ wide color range — from the darkest red or purple to all shades of pink, orange, yellow, white, blends, variegated and even bicolors — makes it easy to include them in any gardening color scheme and mix them with other annual or perennial flowers.
Hot Pink Dahlia Flower
This is a beautiful small formal decorative hot pink dahlia that grows up to 4 feet in height. Perfect in any bouquet or arrangement. Hot Pink Dahlia flowers are decorative globe-shaped flowers with many colorful petals. This hot pink Dahlia would be a bright addition to any bridal bouquet or wedding flower arrangement.
Single Flowering Yellow Dahlias
Single-flowering Yellow dahlias have a visible central disk, or opened center, and one or just a few rows of petals. The petals are evenly spaced in rows. The flowers tend to be 4 inches or less in diameter, with the plant being shorter than 3 feet tall. Orchid and peony dahlias are all examples of single-flowering dahlias.
Bi-Color Dahlia Flower
The multi-toned varieties of Dahlia are perhaps the most stunning, and provide petals that are striped or with leaf tips that are different than the center. Some of the most stunning combinations are white with deep purple, and vibrant yellow striped with red. The color combinations are almost endless.
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.