Swan Island Dahlias field
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Swan Island Dahlias field, late August, 2010

Dahlia Bed Head
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Dahlia ‘Bed Head’

Dahlia Matilda Huston
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Dahlia ‘Matilda Huston’

Dahlia sorensenii
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Dahlia sorensenii, one of some 35 wild species belonging to the genus Dahlia, all from Mexico and South America.

Dahlia 'Japanese Bishop'
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Dahlia ‘Japanese Bishop’, with handsome, dark foliage

Dahlia Victoria Ann
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Dahlia ‘Victoria Ann’

Dahlia Andrew Charles
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Dahlia ‘Andrew Charles’ – the statuesque form and smoky purple stems made me desire this dahlia for my own garden… I bet this one could stand up to tall grasses, shrubs and perennials.

Dahlia My Little Sunshine
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Dahlia ‘My Little Sunshine’ – soft, creamy white with lovely citrusy yellow-green centers…

Dahlia Jason Matthews
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Dahlia ‘Jason Matthews’ – such lovable, button-shaped flowers! And what an intense color…

Swan Island Dahlias field
Dahlia Bed Head
Dahlia Matilda Huston
Dahlia sorensenii
Dahlia 'Japanese Bishop'
Dahlia Victoria Ann
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Dahlia My Little Sunshine
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