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Dahlias from 2006 (Pochella the one you asked about)

Posted by cats39 z5 Upstate NY (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 22, 07 at 17:29

Hi All!

Pochella the one you asked about earlier is in this group.

I just thought this was striking as it began to blossom and I'd like to think of this one as "Coming to Life"

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I wish it could have been as clear as the image above. Can anyone identify the above?

Pochella I would call this an orange/red contrast. It's my second year with this plant and grows to the 7' tall range. I don't know how I acquried.

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as above and where these wonderful bees find a nightly resting place on the cool nights.
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as above
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indoor cutting
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This was the only image I had of a purple/mauve color.
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I believe this is a Thomas Edison

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I think it's worth another look for those who may have missed.
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enough for now - hope the meet your approval
Regards Jim


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RE: Dahlias from 2006 (Pochella the one you asked about)

I am stunned at the photos, Jim. That first one is awe inspiring! And the color of the open centered orangey/red. What would one call that color? It's just beautiful, unusual, and delicious all rolled into one.

I can't help you on the lovely white and purple ID. I've looked up a few, but no match. The closest I came in form was Erin Ann. Colors can vary as you know. Link Below.

The deep purple looks like Thomas Alva Edison, you're right. The red with white tips might be Akita No Hikari?
And that paler orange is just as lovely second time around.

Keep 'em coming. We've got plenty of time to kill until summer. Thanks for the bright parade of colors.

Here is a link that might be useful: Erin Ann


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RE: Dahlias from 2006 (Pochella the one you asked about)

Jim,

The second one looks like it could be Clearview David.

Teresa


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RE: Dahlias from 2006 (Pochella the one you asked about)

The lavender & white one looks like Erin Ann to me, too.


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