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seeking a dahlia

Posted by oscarthecat z7MD (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 17, 07 at 15:45

Years ago a lady used to bring a pompom dahlia to our show. It was about the size of a golf ball and very close to black. If anyone knows a source for one like that please let me know. Thanks Steve in Baltimore County.


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RE: seeking a dahlia

Here's one at the link, but I believe I just came across another labelled "nearly black..." Standby. Most of them are very, very dark red.

One more: Moor Place
http://dahlias.net/dahwebpg/Gallery/GalleryHtms/Moorplace.htm

Another Aurora's Kiss
http://www.dahlia.org/cgi-bin/guide/dahlia.cgi?AURORA'S+KISS

I think there are more out there.

Here is a link that might be useful: Crossfield Ebony Pompon


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RE: seeking a dahlia

it may be Pot Black which is a MB in dark red quite dark and could be considered a "black red"


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RE: seeking a dahlia

I have a picture of a mniature ball....dark red known as
"Crimson Royal".


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