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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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e d Tubers will not be affected so can be lifted as normal and cleaned thoroughly but the spores can contaminate soil for years afterwards so plant your dahlias in a new location n also ing the following year.
This one is especially useful to create a backdrop of dahlia blooms in tropical colours of yellow, orange, scarlet, pink and purples plus romantic pastel shades and white.
Mildred and Earlynne, members of the Dahlias Garden Club, are planning to open a bakery on the square--if they can come up with the right recipes.
The dahlias, Westerton Ella Grace, are being sold by Halls of Heddon and was bred by brothers Gordon and Harold Hodgson from Binchester, near Bishop Auckland.
FLAMBOYANT and fancy, dahlias are among the darlings of late summer.
Dahlias are categorized by flower type -- single, double, anemone-flowered, ball, cactus, semi-cactus, decorative, mignon, peony and waterlily.
This week we have a vibrant and exciting mixture of giant flowering decorative dahlias that would be perfect to bring something a bit different to your summer garden.
DAHLIA The most colourful gardens at the moment are those whose wise owners planted dahlias earlier in the season.
Lakewood, NJ, March 15, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Cut flower growers know that dahlias, lilies and gladiolas are some of the best flowers for cutting.
The Darling Dahlias and the Eleven O'Clock Lady provides another 'Darling Dahlias' mystery--the sixth--in the series and will appeal to any who enjoy mysteries centered around a group of garden club members with a penchant for problem-solving.
People love dahlias, a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial native to Mexico, because of "the variety of forms and colors, in a nutshell," said Cheryle Hawkins, the society's co-president and chairwoman of this year's show.
DAHLIAS NEED A SOIL CLOAK Can I leave my dahlias in the ground safely?
The southern ladies are at it again: this time the Darling Dahlias face a flying circus visit to Darling, Alabama and a saboteur who is bent on being sure the visit turns into murderous disaster.
I always thought of dahlias as grandma flowers--cheerfully gaudy, the horticultural equivalent of a muumuu.
FIELDS of dahlias and chrysanthemums in bloom at a Northumberland nursery are a delight not only for visiting customers but also for butterflies and bees.