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      Not all dahlias are suited for the intense heat of zones 8-9. For recommendations and tips for growing dahlias in the south, check out our Dahlias for the South page.

Dahlia Name Date Type Color of Flowers Height Size of Bloom Rarest & New Zones
Andries’ Orange 1936 semi-cactus clear orange 3-5’ 3-4” Rarest Usually grown as annuals, dahlias may also be dug and stored over winter. They are also hardy in zones 8-11.

Not all dahlias are suited for the intense heat of zones 8-9.
For recommendations and tips for growing dahlias in the south, check out our Dahlias for the South page.
Arab Queen 1949 semi-cactus apricot, yellow 4-5’ 9-12” Rarest
atropurpurea 1789 single dark maroon & gold 4-5’ Rarest
Bishop of Llandaff 1927 peony/semi-double scarlet 4-5’  
Bloodstone 1939 waterlily dark red 4-6’ Rarest
Blue Danube 1948 ball bluish lilac 4-5’ 3-4” Rarest
Bonne Esperance 1948 dwarf single pink 1½’ 2-3”  
Clair de Lune 1946 collarette yellow 3-4’ Rarest
Deuil du Roi Albert 1936 formal decorative purple, white 4-5’ 4-6”  
Glorie van Heemstede 1947 waterlily yellow 4-5’ 4-5”  
Hockley Maroon 1935 formal decorative burgundy 3-4” Rarest
Jane Cowl 1928   buff, bronze and gold 5’-6’ Rarest & Web Only
Jersey’s Beauty 1923 formal decorative clear pink 6-7’ 4-6” Rarest
Juanita 1949 cactus purplish red 4-5’  
Kaiser Wilhelm 1881 ball yellow, rose 4-5’ Rarest
Kidd’s Climax 1940 formal decorative pink, yellow 3-4’ 8-10”  
Lavengro 1953 informal decorative soft lavender 6-10”  
Little Beeswings 1909 pompon yellow, flame 1-2”  
Madame Stappers 1947 peony/semi-double scarlet 2-3’ Rarest
Miss Rose Fletcher 1948 semi-cactus softest pink 4-6”  
Mrs. H. Brown 1947 collarette yellow and brown 4-5’ 2-3” Rarest & New
Mrs. I. De ver Warner 1920 formal decorative lavender-rose 5-6’ 5-6” Rarest
Mrs. le Boutillier 1934 informal decorative deep red 4-5’ 6-10” Rarest & Web Only
Nellie Broomhead 1897 pom/mini. ball bright lavender 3-4’ 1-2” Rarest
Nutley Sunrise 1957 cactus orange, pink 4-5’ 6-8”  
Old Gold 1947 formal decorative gold, orange 5-6’ 4-5” Rarest
Prince Noir 1954 semi-cactus dark burgundy 5-6’ 4-5”  
Princesse de Suede 1947 formal decorative indescribable Rarest
Prinzessin Irene 1912 formal decorative white 4-5’ 4-6” Rarest & New
Sellwood Glory 1951 formal decorative purple, silver 3-4’ 8-10” Rarest & New
Stolz von Berlin 1884 ball pink 3-4’ 2-2.5” Rarest & Web Only
Surprise 1955 semi-cactus peach 5-6’ 8-10”  
Thomas A. Edison 1929 formal decorative deep purple 3-4’ 6-8”  
Tommy Keith 1892 pom/mini. ball ruby & pearl 1-2” Rarest
Tsuki Yori No Shisha 1953 fimbriated   3-4’ 5-8” Rarest & New
Union Jack 1882 single red & white 2-3’  
White Aster 1879 pompon white & honey 3-4’ 1-2” Rarest
White Fawn 1942 formal decorative snow white 3-4’ 3-4”  
Winsome 1940 waterlily rose & gold 4-5’ 4-5”  
Wisconsin Red 1940? waterlily red 4-6' 3-4" Rarest & Web Only
Yellow Gem 1914 pompon soft yellow 1-2”  
York & Lancaster ? ball ruby and white 4-5’  



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