dahlia


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Synonyms for dahlia

any of several plants of or developed from the species Dahlia pinnata having tuberous roots and showy rayed variously colored flower heads

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The Capital Appeal seemed the perfect thing to support once the dahlia was ready for sale.
Gordon had produced a new dahlia variety which was put through trials at the Halls of Heddon nursery.
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Accordingly, I would always take an interest in the Yacowlef result, while recognising there would inevitably be good and bad years, so in 1972 I took note of the fact that it was won by Dahlia, a first-crop daughter of Vaguely Noble, and kept it in mind to follow her progress.
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The classic border dahlia is the Bishop of Llandaff, with scarlet, semi-double flowers branching from deeply cut and dark purple leaves.
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The dahlia must be one of the great institutions of the British garden - and rightly so.
There are, unbelievably, now 20,000 dahlia cultivars, and the numbers are growing.
If all this sounds too much for you, you could try Dahlia merckii, which is a very attractive hardy dahlia with delicate pink flowers atop tall stems, and this can be left in the ground with a nice dollop of mulch.