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Unavailable in 2019
What's My Zone?
Zone: 8 to 10Annual
|Blooms mid-summer to early autumn|
Cultivar Notes - 'Omega'
Here's a new dinnerplate Dahlia, with blooms suffused in warm sunset shades and accented with rakish spikes on the tip of each petal. At four feet tall, this dahlia is unsurpassed for adding excitement to the back of the border. Mix with similarly hot-colored dwarf cannas for added sizzle.
Genus Notes - Dahlia
Fewer flowers say "summer" like the bold blooms of dahlias. These favorite plants come in two basic types: compact bedding forms and tall border types. Both have upright stems and grow from tuberous roots. They come in an amazing range of colors and flower forms, from single, small, daisy-like blooms to huge, ruffled flowers up to 8" across. Compact bedding dahlias are ideal for container gardens and for edging beds. Use the border types to add height and color to gardens in late summer to fall. Dahlias also make great cut flowers.